New UK crime agency will need proper resource to be effective
With the launch of the UK National Crime Agency (NCA), which will target the most serious organised crime, Neil Blundell, partner and head of the fraud and investigations group at Eversheds, said: ’In an age where crime crosses regions and borders, it is fundamentally important to have a crime agency that does the same. If the NCA is properly resourced and has a wide enough remit, then this should be a positive move.’ …
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