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Market Value

The Head of Law Enforcement and Government for UK and Europe at Black Rainbow Nikki Moscrop explains how marketing and customer engagement is vital in supporting business.

As a young girl growing up in Africa, Nikki Moscrop dreamed of moving to England and working in equestrian eventing. Her wish came true, and she moved to England in 1998, but her career took a very different trajectory and after a spell in law, she fell into forensics by chance and has never looked back.


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NCA publishes National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime for 2022

The priorities include dismantling he highest‑harm organised crime groups and networks



Covert online officers have safeguarded 1,400 children in a year reveals NPCC

The National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) has praised the work of covert online officers which has led to more than 1,300 arrests in England and Wales over the past year.



Action Fraud reveals holiday fraud has increased by 120 per cent in a year

Action Fraud, the national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime has revealed that incidents of reported holiday fraud have risen to over 120 per cent compared to the previous year.




Cyber experts warn about growing threat of phishing attacks containing HTML files

Kaspersky cyber experts have warned users about the growing threat coming from the increased numbers of phishing emails containing HTML files.



Killer of six-year-old Rikki Neave guilty of murder nearly 30 years after the crime

A man who strangled six-year-old Rikki Neave has tbeen found guilty of murder nearly 30 years after the crime thanks to the dedication of the investigators.



Europol report finds deepfake technology could become staple tool for organised crime

The Europol Innovation Lab has published its first report entitled ‘Facing Reality? Law enforcement and the challenge of deepfakes’ which shows how deepfakes are being used in serious crime.


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Man convicted of murder of Kent PCSO Julia James

A man has been found guilty of murdering Kent Police PCSO Julia James, as she walked her dog in the woods near her home



New data published by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) shows girls are at increasing risk online

It shows that 97 per cent of all child sexual abuse material identified in 2021 featured the sexual abuse of girls. Ten years ago, only 65 per cent of the imagery analysts saw was of girls.



New College of Policing digital policing e-learning available for forces

The new College of Policing Digital Policing Foundation level two is now live and  looks at internet-dependent crimes


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