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Athelney Group publicised in "RISK UK"

As part of our partnership with National Business crime Solution the membership of the group has received positive publicity in Risk UK's online magazine RISH Xtra.

Athelney Group asked to support Operation BIRD 2!

The Metropolitan Police have asked that the NBCS and the Athelney Group conduct a 2nd followup Operation Bird in August. The dates will not be publically announced, due to the nature of the operation.

The Athelney Group are proud to support this industry/police initiative.

The last operation resulted in 29 arrests, with one case of an employee theft amounting to a crime in excess of £1m being discovered and arrests made.

On the next operation more private sector and police resources will be deployed to increase the impact.

Watch this space.

Operation BIRD - an unmitigated success!

The National Business Crime Solution and Metropolitan Police business crime initiative 'Operation BIRD' took place on May 10th in Central London.

As part of this new initiative, the Athelney Group supplied 3 Safer Detention Units to improve safety and increase prisoner processing capacity for the operation.

A total of 6 prisoners/suspects were temporarily held in SDUs while private security and police conducted identity checks and initial investigations. This was conducted safely and securely as well as methodically.

Bernie Gravett is contributing writer in Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery – Law and Practice

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Law and Practice is a concise, practical, guide to modern slavery and human trafficking law and procedure, in a step by step format, covering all aspects of representing victims of human trafficking and the law surrounding this. Its cross-discipline approach offers practical guidance for criminal and immigration practitioners unfamiliar with each side of these practice areas.

Athelney Group chosen as provider to support private sector & policing operation

The Athelney Group are proud to announce that their Safer Detention Unit (SDU) will be used to support a major partnership crime fighting operation in central London in March. The operation will include resources from NBCS, private security professionals from major stores, partner agencies and the police to target prolific offenders.

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