Policy paper

Serious and Organised Crime Strategy 2018

The Serious and Organised Crime Strategy 2018 sets out our response to the full range of serious and organised crime threats.

Documents

Serious and Organised Crime Strategy, November 2018, web accessible

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Serious and organised crime affects more UK citizens, more often, than any other national security threat. It costs the UK at least £37 billion annually.

This strategy sets out how we will mobilise the full force of the state, aligning our collective efforts to target and disrupt serious and organised criminals.

We will pursue offenders through prosecution and disruption, bringing all of our collective powers and tools to bear. We will:

  • prevent people from engaging in serious and organised crime
  • protect victims, organisations and systems from its harms
  • prepare for when it occurs, mitigating the impact
Published 1 November 2018