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from Think Different Events
21 Feb
Making Crime Pay - Time for a Change?

A combination of the prevailing UK legislation and generally accepted practices dictate that in the vast majority of confiscation cases, assets seized under PACE or POCA, even those seized utilising the powers given under Section 47 of POCA, are often held in storage for extended periods of time, suffering unnecessary depreciation.

20 Feb
The Serious and Organised Crime Exchange

The Serious Organised Crime Exchange (SOCEX) is a series of two yearly events - The Strategy Conference and The Economic Crime Conference

17 Jan
Michael Austel - Accredited Financial Investigators and Bank Statements

Michael Austel thought piece from the SOCEX Economic Crime Conference.