The following sets out where NFA functions have transferred, with the relevant new contact details for those areas.
For strategic development and threat analysis, please contact ECCStrategicGovernance@nca.x.gsi.gov.uk. The NFA staff working on the development of the NCA’s intelligence hub transferred to the NCA on 1 December to continue their work. Contact email@example.com for queries regarding economic crime intelligence-sharing.
Work to raise awareness of fraud, including delivery of cyberstreetwise, the national e-confidence campaign, transferred to the Home Office on 1 February as did the NFA staff leading this work. Please contact Cyberstreet@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk.
For government partners that require NCA corporate input, for example on PQs, other parliamentary business and ministerial briefing, contact the NCA strategy team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For media queries regarding NCA work, contact the NCA press office at email@example.com.
Development of the counter-fraud checking service is now led by the Cabinet Office. NFA staff working on this project became NCA officers based in the Cabinet Office on 1 February. The contact email address for this work is now FED@cabinet-office.gsi.gov.uk.
Action Fraud became the responsibility of the City of London Police on 1 April. NFA staff working on Action Fraud have been based in the City of London Police since 17 February and formally transferred to the City of London Corporation on 1 April. To contact Action Fraud, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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