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“Crime statistics show tactics aimed at tackling violence are working” states NPCC

The latest figures from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) have been issued by the Office for National Statistics. They show that there has been no change in the overall levels of crime in the last year. However, there are variations in different types of crime. Chief...
Posted On 28 Jan 2020
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Official cyber crime figures are ‘tip of the iceberg’ warns bluedog Security Monitoring

New figures which report a fall in ‘computer misuse’ and a rise in fraud merely serve to show that the authorities are failing to grasp the true impact of cyber crime. That’s according to cyber security expert Tim Thurlings of bluedog Security Monitoring who suggests...
Posted On 24 Jan 2020
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Office for National Statistics crime figures “don’t add up” suggests Redscan CEO

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released its annual Crime Statistics for England and Wales in which it reveals a decline in computer misuse and computer virus offences. In response, Mike Fenton (CEO at Redscan, the UK-based cyber security firm) has pointed to the...
Posted On 17 Oct 2019
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Increases in fraud and computer misuse “demonstrate need for policing to adapt and transform”

The Crime Survey of England and Wales shows that levels of crime have remained stable at 6.7 million offences for the year ending September 2016. However, the inclusion of fraud and computer misuse incidents has led to a further 5.6 million offences being recorded by the Office...
Posted On 23 Jan 2017