At least 5,000 international organised crime gangs are currently under investigation in the EU, Europol’s Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA) 2017 has revealed. This number represents a significant... read more →
Europol and a number of its partner law enforcement agencies have launched a new initiative to combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse. The Police2Peer scheme will see forces in... read more →
People smuggling gangs are increasingly using social media platforms such as Facebook and Telegram to advertise their services, according to a new report. Published to mark the one-year anniversary of... read more →
The EU’s law enforcement agency has held an event to help identify victims of child abuse who appear in indecent images and films distributed online. Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3)... read more →
Law enforcement agencies in 19 countries have carried out a three-day crackdown on arms trafficking. Conducted with support from Europol and EU border control agency Frontex, police forces involved in... read more →
Europol and the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will see the two organisations jointly work to fight cyber crime and improve internet security... read more →
Interpol, Europol and the Basel Institute on Governance this week jointly held the Global Conference on Money Laundering and Digital Currencies in Doha, Qatar. The three-day event, which ended yesterday,... read more →
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