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.
The Serious Organised Crime Exchange (SOCEX) is a series of two yearly events - The Strategy Conference and The Economic Crime Conference
Michael Austel thought piece from the SOCEX Economic Crime Conference.
A look back at what my first few months at Think Different Events have held
The key skill that anyone who wishes to become a successful events organiser must posses.
It's so much more than the day of the event
How is my time spent organising events?
Shaunny MacPherson joins the team today as we celebrate 12 years in business.
Macdonald Henderson was pleased to be given the opportunity to contribute to the latest quarterly instalment of the Business Journey at 29 in Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow in front of an audience of over one hundred attendees.
How it might be better if site visits to venues are conducted with the Venue Operations Teams and not the Sales Team. An age old challenge.
A lack of trust in companies which hold our data has led to a need for new regulations to ensure that there is greater clarity and transparency in how data is stored and used. The three speakers will outline some of the challenges and opportunities that will exist for businesses.
Simon Murrison, Adrian Murphy and Geoff Todd to join Susan Grandfield, Jim Henderson and Alan McKee as The Business Journey launches series of 2018 events.
Speakers and delegates reflect on this year's SOCEX Conference