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1 Who pays? Prioritising Prevention Through Collaboration in Austere Times Alan Dobie, Executive Director, SBCC

2 Mission Statement - ‘Reducing business crime in Scotland to create a safe and secure trading environment in which businesses and communities flourish, employment opportunities are developed and prosperity is encouraged’

3 SBCC Objectives Share Good Practice Be a focal point for business crime prevention information Improve communication among the police, Scottish Government and the business community Raise Awareness of the level, impact and cost of business crime to communities, staff and businesses Encourage a higher level of reporting of business crime

4 4,066 individuals representing 367 serious organised crime groups (SOCGs) impacting on Scotland. Groups were involved in a wide range of crime types, from drug importation and money laundering to counterfeiting and robbery. 241 individuals were identified as having ‘ specialist ’ links to SOCGs, the most common being financial specialists and money launderers. All Force areas were impacted on by the top 20 highest threat SOCGs. 1 The Threat 1. Preliminary Findings on the Scale and Extent of Serious Organised Crime in Scotland – Scottish OCG Mapping Project

5 Safer Areas

6 Management Board / Strategy Group FraudE-Crime Physical Security

7 Scottish Financial Crime Group

8 Database Compromise Seminar Targeting the SME market Defining relevant issues in data security Providing good practice guidance for SME ’ s In association with and Scottish Financial Crime Group

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10 Strategy launched on 2 June Objectives Divert Disrupt Deter Detect Deter More collaborative information exchange between law enforcement, business and local authorities. Prevent OCGs accessing public contracts. ‘ We all have a role to play ’ Tackling Crime in Partnership

11 SCDEA staff numbers boosted by more than 25% over the next two years. £ 4 million Scottish Government funding package over the next 2 years which include: –providing 80 new posts at the SCDEA –the creation of a Scottish Intelligence and Co-ordination Unit, which will include the provision of Scotland ’ s first dedicated expert resources to build the intelligence picture to support complex fraud and human trafficking investigation, and; –the publication of Scotland ’ s first multi- agency strategy to ensure that law enforcement, businesses, public bodies and communities work together to defeat organised crime. Tackling Crime in Partnership ‘ HUGE RECRUITMENT BOOST IN FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME’

12 Strategic Board Technology & Logistics Security Group Drinks Industry Project Scotland Tobacco Law Enforcement Agencies RetailIntellectual Property Crime

13 Alan Dobie, Executive Director Scottish Business Crime Centre +44 (0)


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