Nicola Sharp
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The European Union’s Plan to Tackle Money Laundering

It now appears that the European Union (EU) is convinced of the need for a central authority to tackle the scourge of money laundering. Here, Nicola Sharp explains why the EU’s new proposals for investigating this form of criminality cannot come soon enough. EU finance ministers...
Posted On 28 Nov 2019
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Conservative Government recommits support to victims on Anti-Slavery Day

Home Secretary Priti Patel has pledged to consign modern slavery to the history books as the Government marked Anti-Slavery Day by urging the public to play their part in stamping out this barbaric practice. A series of events took place aimed at raising public awareness of how...
Posted On 25 Oct 2019
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European police chiefs focus on serious and organised crime at 2019 Convention

Serious and organised crime has been evolving over the last 20 years in terms of the number of criminal organisations, their modus operandi, the use of technology and organised crime’s ability to infiltrate infrastructures and the public sector and exploit legislative loopholes....
Posted On 09 Oct 2019
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SCaN security training package empowers staff to ‘See, Check and Notify’

Security professionals can now look to protect their host organisation from a range of threats with SCaN training from the National Counter-Terrorism Security Office and the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure. SCaN – which stands for ‘See, Check and...
Posted On 29 Aug 2019
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Surveillance specialist IDIS launches unique ‘Create A Better World’ campaign

IDIS is highlighting the more caring side of surveillance technology as it launches a new initiative designed to support a deserving charity or community group with the donation of an advanced video system. While security professionals are already aware of all the good that CCTV...
Posted On 29 Aug 2019
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BSIA Briefing

To most people in the street, ‘security’ as an issue generally means protecting individuals and property from harm or serious criminal activity, with terrorism obviously being a big focus. However, as Gideon Reichental explains, seemingly lesser or petty criminal offences still...
Posted On 24 Jul 2019
Steven Webb
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Digitalisation and Cyber Risk: The Key Questions for Today’s Organisations

It’s difficult to avoid discussions about digital trends, business models and the resulting benefits. The world’s most valued organisations provide digital services. Private investment in new digital start-ups is sky high, while the benefits to organisations of digitalising...
Posted On 23 Jul 2019
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Fraud continues ‘inexorable’ rise in UK plc as new annual figures show 6% increase

Cifas, the UK’s fraud prevention service, has painted an alarming picture of fraud in the UK with the release of Fraudscape, the annual publication of the organisation’s data that identifies and analyses the country’s fraud trends based on 323,660 cases of fraudulent...
Posted On 23 Jun 2019
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Crimestoppers introduces campaign designed to raise awareness of ‘County Lines’

Crimestoppers has launched a national campaign orchestrated to highlight ‘County Lines’ and encourage the public to report their concerns. An ‘advan’ will be touring certain areas giving people more information on how they can play their part in helping to...
Posted On 26 Jul 2018
Anton Pieterse: managing director of Safetell
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The Risk Xtra Interview: Anton Pieterse (Safetell) (Part One)

Anton Pieterse is the managing director of Safetell, the specialist physical security provider of counter-terrorism and target hardening solutions for risk mitigation professionals serving organisations, Governments and businesses alike. With over 30 years’ experience,...
Posted On 26 Jul 2018