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Showing Stories from 7th August 2020 to 5th January 2022
Pilot scheme between force and bank uses proceeds of crime to fight fraud

Pilot scheme between force and bank uses proceeds of crime to fight fraud

(08/12/21) A pilot scheme launched by Lloyds bank and City of London Police is using the proceeds of crime to fight fraud and support victims.

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City of London trial app for officer assaults to improve data set

City of London trial app for officer assaults to improve data set

(22/11/21) A "game-changing" app for officers is being launched to collect data on assaults.

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(09/09/21) Banking Protocol helps forces deal with online fraud at local level (01/09/21) The long march: public order challenges for London's police
One-year funding is holding back fight against fraud says HMIC

One-year funding is holding back fight against fraud says HMIC

(05/08/21) Forces need more resources to tackle fraud and victims are still getting a poor service as a result, HM inspectorate has warned.

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(22/07/21) McLaren set to lead City of London (02/07/21) City of London invites suppliers to bid for reporting and analysis service (30/06/21) City of London closes the doors on iconic Wood Street station (30/06/21) The kids are alright (11/06/21) National recommendations from IOPC after Fishmongers' Hall attack (26/05/21) A weekend's public order well done by London's police (10/05/21) The Brief: London Allowance due in full during maternity leave (28/04/21) Stretched forces not responding to 'horrific' volume of retail crime (23/04/21) City of London's new "Justice Quarter" gets the go-ahead (09/04/21) City cyber ACC appointed to board of crime prevention body (06/04/21) City of London commits to recruit 40 per cent BAME officers (06/04/21) Kill the Bill - but peacefully? (22/03/21) The long march of London's anti-Lockdown protesters (03/02/21) Police ICT: a view from the frontline (21/01/21) Cryptocurrency storage contract to store seized digital assets (11/12/20) McLaren to lead City of London drive against cyber fraud (04/12/20) Met's stop and search 'not well targeted', says study (04/12/20) Calls for forces to make tackling fraud a priority (27/11/20) Officer who survived coronavirus shares his story (23/11/20) London Mayor candidate delivers doughnuts to every station in the city (08/10/20) Forces and partners working to tackle online romance fraud (18/09/20) Two hundred arrests after nine forces take part in County Lines op (16/09/20) Lack of screens in courts causing further delay to rape trials (07/08/20) Angry Met officers paying £300 a month on congestion charge, says Fed
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