Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI
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Fraud “not prioritised by the police” finds joint Perpetuity Research-Police Foundation study

New research conducted by Perpetuity Research and The Police Foundation has found that the police response to victims of fraud is “inadequate”. Despite fraud comprising up to 31% of all crime, and more than one third of victims reporting that the impact on them from...
Posted On 03 Dec 2018
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City of London Police and Lloyds Banking Group announce three-year partnership in joint bid to fight economic crime

The City of London Police, the national policing lead force for countering fraud, has signed a partnership agreement with the Lloyds Banking Group which will see the latter invest £1.5 million in unique policing initiatives designed to tackle economic crime. The money will be...
Posted On 27 Aug 2018
Richard Jenkins: CEO at the NSI
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National Security Inspectorate to sponsor Outstanding Installer category at 2018 OSPAs

The next UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) ceremony will be taking place on Thursday 1 March 2018 in London, with the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) delighted to be sponsoring the prestigious Outstanding Installer category. The UK OSPAs are part of a global...
Posted On 31 Oct 2017
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Outstanding Security Performance Awards return to UK for March 2018 presentations

Following the huge success of the inaugural UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) earlier this year, the awards scheme will be returning in 2018. The UK OSPAs are part of a global awards scheme currently running in eight countries and designed to recognise and reward...
Posted On 19 Sep 2017
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“Companies failing to use technology in the fight against fraud” reports KPMG

Technology is proving business’ Achilles Heel in the fight against fraud. New research conducted by KPMG reveals that, while a quarter of fraudsters use technology to “rip off” companies, only 3% of businesses detected illegal behaviour using data analytics. In fact,...
Posted On 01 Jun 2016
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Home Secretary Theresa May launches Joint Fraud Task Force in conjunction with National Crime Agency

Home Secretary Theresa May has announced a new Task Force designed to crack down on fraud in the UK, at the same time stating that “fraud shames our financial system”. The Joint Fraud Task Force will comprise key representatives from Government, law enforcement and the banking...
Posted On 16 Feb 2016