“Fraud adapts”: How to fix the UK’s online crime problem

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Helena Wood, the head of the UK economic crime programme at the Royal United Services Institute, has drawn up a new plan for policing financial and cybercrime. “Most economic crime, in some way, is cyber-enabled,” she says. “The pace of digitisation of everything we do offers criminals more opportunity, and our response to it hasn’t quite caught up.”

Read the Special Report: Towards a New Model for Economic Crime Policing: Target 2030 - Helena Wood and Karen Baxter, 1 December 2022