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Ten convicted over plot to smuggle drugs through Dover in fridge van

Her Honour Judge Manley said the group should expect “substantial custodial sentence”

 

Investigating Fake Online Digital Personas in cyber crime offences - Exclusive Workshop

Trends, tactics and investigation tips to detect deception techniques and reveal the true identity of online criminals

 

Crime group plotted landing sites for plane drugs drop off

Three men have been given prison sentences totaling almost 40 years

 

CSE: investigating and managing CSE offences – an SIO’s guide

Exclusive Workshop - 9 March 2017

 

Global cyber-crime expert warns airports are ‘extremely vulnerable’

"While the threat to companies is very real, most would have absolutely no idea"

 

Six out of 10 police come into contact with child online sexual abuse, reveals new report

The authors warn that better collaboration between police and the online industry is desperately needed

 

New guidelines on how to correctly handle security dogs

BSI convened a diverse group of individuals and organizations who use security dogs

 

Introducing Ronnie: SelectaDNA’s Newest Canine Recruit

Using a trained dog to sniff out property or criminals marked with SelectaDNA is surely the ultimate search tool

 

Britain’s best cyber prodigies compete in ultra-realistic cyber-attack simulation to bolster country’s frontline cyber defences

The competition will see candidates take on the role of PwC cyber security consultants

 

UK to increase national cyber-defence grid

The strategy will also help enlarge specialist police units that tackle organised online gangs

 

Judges reject 'joint enterprise' challenge

The test cases were brought after the Supreme Court ruled in February

 

Ronnie Coulter jailed for 1998 murder of Surjit Singh Chhokar

The jury decided Ronnie Coulter committed the murder and convicted him following the second trial

 

NCA supports Kenyan police force's Child Protection Unit

Kenya is one of many international sources of indecent images of children

 

Blackpool bank payment led to capture of man behind airport’s biggest ever heroin seizure

It is believed to be the biggest ever seizure of heroin at Manchester Airport

 

Criminal investigations and electronic evidence workshop - 7 December 2016

Disclosure, authentication and the tools used - a discussion of the legal issues

 

£9m crime boss put out of business

The six couriers have been sentenced to a total of 10 years

 

Gang 'lynchpin' gets 22-year sentence for trafficking girls

Asemota’s gang targeted teenage girls in remote Nigerian villages

 

New Cellebrite Analytics Product Family Accelerates Forensics Investigations

Cellebrite’s new UFED Analytics product family delivers a core set of analytic capabilities

 

Bitcoin – investigating crimes involving virtual currency – one day workshop: 6 December 2016

The day will be led by Kevin Beardsley and Nathan Jessop from international Bitcoin experts Elliptic

 

Investigating the Dark Web Workshop - 24 May 2016

Best practice in cyber crime investigations

 

Cell site analysis workshop – an investigators guide, 25 May 2016

How to maximise the investigative potential of cell site and communications data in major crime investigations

 

Man guilty of Georgina Edmonds murder after fresh DNA clues

The jury of three women and nine men at Winchester Crown Court returned a unanimous verdict

 

Apple rejects order to unlock gunman's phone

The company had been ordered to help the FBI circumvent security software on Farook's iPhone

 

'Plebgate' row: Officer cleared of misconduct

A misconduct panel cleared him of breaching policing integrity standards

 

Cyber hacking: Inside the minds of online criminals workshop

9 March 2016, Millers Hotel, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV13 6LB

 

INTERNATIONAL POLICING & JUSTICE INSTITUTE LAUNCHES AT HUMAN TRAFFICKING CONFERENCE

The conference culminated in the drafting of the Cheras Declaration

 

Next generation of Ectocryp Blue released by Airbus Defence and Space meets highest UK data security standards

Ectocryp Blue is an Enterprise-level product developed by UK experts to meet CESG's rigorous standards

 

INVESTIGATION SOFTWARE USED IN 9/11 INQUIRY DEBUTED TO UK POLICE

Already used by thousands of officers across the world

 

New hub to fight cyber crime opens

The virtual hub has been established to serve as a central point for collaboration

 

Man charged following airfield cocaine seizure

Following the seizure the investigation was handed to the National Crime Agency

 

Beeston rape: Zdenko Turtak handed a 20 year sentence

The 22-year-old fled the UK to his native Slovakia

 

Voyeur hacked webcams to spy on victims

A forensic examination of Rigo’s computer equipment found a series of images that involved people engaged in sexual acts

 

FREE TO ATTEND Major Crime workshop

 Best practice in gathering intelligence and analysis using cutting edge investigative software

 

Successful deployment of Clue update

Feedback from upgraded customers has been extremely positive

 

Airbus Defence and Space wins cryptographic key management system for RAF A400M airlifters

Airbus Defence and Space announced at DSEi that it has won a contract from the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD)

 

Virtual reality first as Airbus Defence and Space showcases portfolio at DSEI 2015 in London

Airbus Defence and Space has taken the ground-breaking move to create a more compelling customer experience

 

Crime networks closed down by two-year NCA and police investigation

The sentences handed out to the 20 totalled 136 years

 

Phone evidence helped snare leaders of multi million pound drug trafficking network

Mobile phone evidence from lower level couriers was key to identifying the network’s organisers and securing their conviction

 

Andy Coulson cleared of perjury as trial collapses

The case against him collapsed after his defence team successfully argued there was no case to answer

 

New cyber security head at Airbus Defence and Space unveiled this week

Phil who has previously worked for Thales for 20 years will spearhead the company's cyber security expertise

 

Airbus Defence and Space to present Keelback Net cyber sensor at the 20th Infosecurity exhibition in London

Airbus Defence and Space, a key player in the cyber security market in Europe

 

Fraudster and his mother ordered to hand over £multi-million property empire

At conviction, Wayne Stubbs was sentenced to six years imprisonment and his mother, Wendy, was sentenced to three years

 

US surveillance powers expire as Senate deal fails

The relevant provisions of the Patriot Act lapsed at midnight (04:00 GMT)

 

Hatton Garden raid: Eight men charged over burglary heist

They have been remanded in custody to appear before Westminster Magistrates' Court on Thursday

 

Hitmen bury their feelings for a successful 'hit'

"Moody and the other people in our study show us that when contract killers aren't as successful in switching off their emotions"

 

Innovation in Forensic Search techniques to locate missing crime victims - Workshop and LIVE demonstrations - 8 July 2015

A one-off opportunity for Investigator subscribers – you won’t find this event elsewhere!

 

The National Crime Agency has revealed more than three tonnes of cocaine was recovered from a tug last week in the North Sea

If cut and sold in the UK the drugs are believed to have had a likely street value of more than £500m

 

Investigating Cyber Hacking Workshop - 30 June 2015

Current trends, threats and investigation techniques

 

Computer Misuse Act Training Workshop - 7 July 2015

Using the Act to prosecute computer/internet-related crime

 

Next generation forensics for investigators workshop, 2 July 2015, The Hague, Netherlands

It is a one-off opportunity that won’t be repeated

 

 

 

 

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