Brings together the 2013 strategy and pamphlet in both Welsh and English.
Serious and organised crime is a threat to our national security and costs the UK more than £24 billion a year.
The Home Office together with its partners in government and law enforcement will turn the full force of the state against those behind the most serious crimes.
Based on the framework used to counter terrorism, this strategy lists the objectives for each of the 4 strands - pursue, prevent, protect and prepare.
The Home Office has also recently published new research that improves our understanding about serious and organised crime in the UK:
Understanding organised crime: estimating the scale and the social and economic costs
Cyber crime: a review of the evidence
Understanding criminal careers in organised crime
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