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The National Crime Agency has today launched a campaign to discourage young people from becoming involved in cyber crime.
For more information see the recent news article published by the NCA.
Hello, my name is Larisa Hunt and I am the Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) coordinator for the South West region.
To gain an insight and understanding of CSE and my role click the link below...
Over the next three months Avon and Somerset Constabulary will be spreading awareness of modern slavery; a government led campaign that aims to highlight the issue that's often perceived as being somewhat archaic.
Please view the following article for information and watch the latest TV advert to learn more about this
More than 300 people – mainly vulnerable elderly - have been victims of the elaborate fraud, being duped out of up to £2m by the scammers.
Please view the following article for information and to download a copy of “The Little Book of Big Scams’ produced by the Met Police.
A series of films put together by the Home Office following the International Crime and Policing Conference 2016, tackling issues such as modern slavery and crime prevention in the digital age, among others.
The SW ROCU supports the delivery of the National Policing Vision - a vision owned by the police service as a whole, and setting out what policing will look like in 2016 and beyond.
The mission of policing is to prevent crime and protect the public. The SWROCU supports this mission and undertakes it in accordance with the policing principles and standards of professional behaviour set out within the Code of Ethics (link at bottom of page).
The Somerset fraudster behind a fake bomb detector business, James McCormick, received a default sentence of 842 days in prison last Friday (April 20) for failing to forfeit cash and assets worth nearly £8million.
Eight men who conspired to produce and sell more than half a million pounds worth of cannabis in Bristol, Gloucester and Cardiff have been sentenced.
An organised crime group that conspired to sell more than £750,000 worth of cocaine and cannabis on the streets of Gloucester has been sentenced to a total of 46 years and 11 months in prison today (Friday, March 23).
The CSE Bulletin is a monthly information bulletin to inform both police and partner practitioners working with children of apps that have been involved in CSE cases throughout the month in the South West region.
Click here to see a gallery of all the criminals that have been captured and imprisoned by ZEPHYR.
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