Official Statistics

Asset recovery statistical bulletin: financial years ending 2013 to 2018

Five year data snapshot of asset recovery, using Proceeds of Crime Act powers, as amended by the Criminal Finances Act, and includes data on the use of the Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme.

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Asset recovery statistical bulletin: financial years ending 2013 to 2018

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Asset recovery statistical bulletin: financial years ending 2013 to 2018: data tables

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This bulletin presents a 5 year data snapshot on asset recovery, using Proceeds of Crime Act Powers (POCA), from the Joint Asset Recovery Database (JARD), as well as data collected by the Home Office on the use of Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme (ARIS). It also contains recent data provided by the National Crime Agency (NCA), relating to progress against priority orders.

Published 13 September 2018