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April 16, 2009

FT: City of London to set up corporate crime division

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Specialist police squads designed to help companies fight crimes ranging from data theft to terrorism are to be set up in the City of London and other leading business centres from next month.

From the Financial Times:

Specialist police squads designed to help companies fight crimes ranging from data theft to terrorism are to be set up in the City of London and other leading business centres from next month.

Three pilot units of specialist officers are due to start operating in London from next month in a move that could be replicated across Britain. The initiative comes amid growing concern that fears about crime are deterring expatriate workers and foreign companies from coming to London.

The five-strong police squads, which will include officers with experience in economic crime, counter-terrorism and building security, will operate from May 1 in offices at the Broadgate Estate in the Square Mile and near London Bridge and Victoria railway stations.

To read the full story, visit ft.com
 

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