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Home Affairs Committee
Oral evidence in progress.
The deadline for written submissions was 25 February 2016. However, late submissions may still be considered. Please contact the committee if you have any queries.
The Home Affairs Committee is launching an inquiry into how effectively the measures introduced in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, to deprive criminals of any benefit from their crimes, are working. In particular, the inquiry will assess the operation of confiscation orders, which are the main mechanism through which this policy is implemented.
Evidence given by Detective Chief Superintendent Dave Clark, Head of the Economic Crime Directorate, City of London Police, Nick Price, Head, National Proceeds of Crime, Crown Prosecution Service and Donald Toon, Director of Economic Crime, National Crime Agency.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Home Affairs Committee questions law enforcement authorities for its proceeds of crime inquiry