White Collar Crime:The quiet man
One year after taking over as head of the Serious Fraud Office, with extra funding in the pipeline and an ever-closer partnership with the City of London police, Robert Wardle undoubtedly has cause for satisfaction. But, as he tells Sophie Evans, his department's new challenges just keep on stacking up
Heading up the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is no mean feat. The quick thinking of criminals taking advantage of new technology to evade prosecution and the cross-border nature of many cases make chasing major fraud a frustrating as well as highly specialised task.
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