What's New - 20th May 2020

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has published a report entitled; 'Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) Glossary Codes and Reporting Routes.' See Latest Reports

Centurian Media has published the International Security Journal, Issue 15 (Online). Read more

The Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor, Rt Hon Robert Buckland, QC, MP has announced that; 'Terrorists face a minimum of 14 years behind bars for serious offences and tougher monitoring', as the new Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill 2019-21 received its first reading in the House of Commons today, which has been reported on by Police Professional (Online). Read more

The Foreign Secretary, Rt Hon Dominic Raab, MP has hosted a virtual meeting (18th May 2020 ) with the Foreign Ministers of Turkey, France and Germany, when they discussed 'cooperation on shared challenges faced by all our countries, both from Covid-19 and wider security issues.' Read more

Police Professional (Online) has reported that; 'More than eight million attempts to access child sexual abuse material online during the coronavirus lockdown have been made in the UK, according to figures compiled by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).' Read more

Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, has 'extended job offers to candidates to become the first members of the European Border and Coast Guard standing corps, the European Union’s first uniformed law enforcement service.' Read more

INTERPOL has hosted a virtual meeting with leaders of the world’s regional police organizations to 'address the challenges to global policing posed by COVID-19 and reaffirm the importance of multilateral cooperation during times of emergency.' Read more

The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) Lead for Firearms has said that the Federation are 'working closely with the NPCC, IOPC and College of Policing to ensure any policy or procedures based on the nine recommendations are appropriate to armed policing and the wider policing family.' Read more

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) and The Alan Turing Institute (ATI) has published guidance, which 'aims to give organisations practical advice to help explain the processes, services and decisions delivered or assisted by AI, to the individuals affected by them.' Read more

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published guidance for sole traders and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), who are 'considering how their organisation can adapt to the new remote working environment.' Read more

Transform Justice (TJ) has posted a blog entitled; 'What do victims of crime really really want?' Read more

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