Serious Organised Crime Agency

Competition between British police forces hindered the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and created
This week, the Home Secretary launched the new National Crime Agency, along with a Serious and Organised Crime Strategy. Only last week, Transparency International published the Anti-Corruption Scorecard - an assessment of the UK's performance on a range of corruption indicators. If the Government delivers on its new strategy, the scorecard will soon look dated.
Officials are under mounting pressure to reveal the names of companies thought to have used rogue private investigators. The
A total of 22 law firms feature on a list of organisations and individuals linked to rogue private investigators, MPs have
Eleven people, including eight police officers, have been taken to hospital after being exposed to an unknown substance during
Defence chiefs are facing a legal challenge to provide details of Britain's role in supplying information to an American
A major international crackdown on websites selling credit card details has seen several top websites taken offline by organised
Former News of the World executive Neil Wallis advised two former senior policemen on how to get the job of Scotland Yard
Former News of the World executive editor Neil Wallis has defended his "symbiotic" relationships to senior Metropolitan police
Former Suffolk chief detective Stewart Gull, who led the hunt for the 2006 'Suffolk Strangler' who killed five prostitutes