Corporate report

The serious and organised crime strategy: annual report for 2014

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The report describes progress in implementing the serious and organised crime strategy.

Documents

The serious and organised crime strategy: annual report for 2014 (web version)

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The serious and organised crime strategy: annual report for 2014 (print version)

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The serious and organised crime strategy: annual report for 2014 (Welsh)

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Detail

In October 2013 the government published the serious and organised crime strategy, to coincide with the launch of the National Crime Agency (NCA). The government committed to providing an annual update on the progress made in implementing the strategy. This report covers the period from October 2013 to December 2014.

Paragraph 2.23 of the annual report on the serious and organised crime strategy includes statistics on the number of people prosecuted and sentenced for the possession, distribution, publication or production of indecent images of children. This information is drawn from a wider Ministry of Justice dataset provided above.