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Policing is essential to the UK’s response to economic crime, yet it is an area that the government all too often overlooks. In this episode, recorded in February 2020, CFCS Associate Fellow Helena Wood is joined by Commander Karen Baxter of the National Police Chiefs’ Council, as well as by Waheed Saleem from the West Midlands Police, and Graeme Biggar from the National Economic Crime Centre in a debate on what policing needs to be if it is to tackle current and emerging economic crime threats.

Episode Eleven: The Future of Economic Crime Policing in the UK


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Author

Helena Wood
Associate Fellow

Helena Wood’s areas of research will focus on the efficacy of Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) powers in the fight against organised crime... read more

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