New National Crime Agency may face legacy integration problems

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But joining SOCA and NPIA into one agency makes it better able to tackle cyber crime

Soca to be abolished A new organisation, the National Crime Agency, is to replace the Serious and Organised Crime Agency (Soca), created just four years ago, the Home Office has announced. Th...

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