Criminal Sanctions to Counter Child Sexual Exploitation The Prime Minister will announce new measures to tackle child sexual exploitation at a landmark Downing Street summit. Introduction of wilful neglect.
Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce Launched High-ranking figures from the Government, banks and law enforcement agencies met today to discuss new ways to tackle financial crime.
Cyber Security Myths and SMEs Misunderstanding of the threat posed by cyber crime is leaving SMEs vulnerable to losing information, profit and customers.
Crackdown on Criminals Who Change Their Names to Avoid Detection The Home Office is clamping down on people who change their identity in order to commit crimes and escape justice.
Modern Slavery Bill Strengthened to Provide Better Protection for Victims The Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime, Karen Bradley, has announced a package of amendments to strengthen the Modern Slavery Bill.
Website Design Contract for Home Office Digital Services at the Border is an agile project within the Border Systems Portfolio that is building functionality to transform the way the Home Office manages Borders into the United Kingdom. It is currently in Discovery Phase.
Government Action to Tackle Slavery in Supply Chains Large companies urged to ensure modern slavery does not have a place in business.
Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill receives Royal Assent Tough new powers to seize passports at the border from those suspected of travelling to Syria or Iraq will come into force within 24 hours, as the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill today received Royal Assent.
Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry: Bidding Opens for Victims Fund Almost £5m available for organisations who have seen surge in work due to Inquiry.
Support for Ending Gang and Youth Violence Programme 2015 – 2016 Young people’s advocates tackling gang-related sexual exploitation have received Home Office funding to continue for an extra 12 months.