PRLog - May 28, 2010 - LONDON -- Asset recovery is now a key target for all police forces. It is essential that the message that crime does not pay is communicated to criminals and the whole community.
Proceeds of Crime and Asset Recovery
Cutting off the finances behind criminal activity is one of the most effective methods of crime prevention. It is imperative therefore that the police and partner agencies work together to recover assets which can be invested to support the wider community.Through a series of strategic and practitioner focused sessions this timely event will highlight key issues, including:
Distributing the proceeds of crime to benefit communities and improve public confidence
Working with the CPS and Her Majesty’s Courts Service to improve confiscation and prosecution
How local authorities and other key partners can utilise the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) to increase asset recovery
Attend this important event to ensure your organisation is doing all it can to seize and recover assets from criminal activity in your area.
For more information visit http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/
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