White- Collar Crime: Using your intelligence
The improvements in intelligence-gathering facilitated by the formation of the Serious Organised Crime Agency are expected to revolutionise the Government's fight against organised crime. Steven Gray reports on the new powers of SOCA
The Government’s aim to fight serious crime more efficiently and effectively has been pushed forward with the creation of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), announced by the Home Secretary amid a flurry of grand promises on 9 February, 2004. Behind the spin, however, is a radical raft of proposals designed to help SOCA offer more compelling evidence against organised criminals.
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