Fraud Related Articles
A consultation is to take place looking at recreational watercraft safety laws, bringing them inline with the Merchant Shipping Act 1995.
Playing a role in a crime – such as getaway driver – is known as secondary liability and can have serious consequences for those involved.
The UN has carried out a report into racial prejudices in the justice system in the States, Europe and Africa. We look at what the report found.
The recent case of councillor Dipu Ahad revealed how an unduly lenient sentence can be successfully overturned in this rather unusual case.
The Joint Combatting Drugs Unit has been set up following an independent report into drugs misuse. We look at the reports findings and plans to tackle the issues.
Live facial recognition technology can provide vital evidence, but it’s use has also come under scrutiny. He we look at what it is and how it can be used.
The Cyber Blue Line Report is looking at how cyber crime can be tackled more effectively in an ever-evolving and complex world.
Recent studies into sentencing and ethnicity highlight differences in both percentage of those in the CJS and sentencing lengths. Read more…
Changes to the way legal agencies can deal with illegal entry to a country by a small boat are being made to provide greater consistency. We look at the changes.
Dalian Atkinson’s death in 2016 has lead to a police officer being sentenced for manslaughter. We look at the details surrounding the case.