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Improving the UK’s response to economic crime 

The NECC will coordinate and task the UK’s response to economic crime, harnessing intelligence and capabilities from across the public and private sectors to tackle economic crime in the most effective way. 

It will jointly identify and prioritise the most appropriate type of investigations, whether criminal, civil or regulatory to ensure maximum impact. It will seek to maximise new powers, for example Unexplained Wealth Orders and Account Freezing Orders, across all agencies to tackle the illicit finance that funds and enables all forms of serious and organised crime. 

The NECC will ensure that criminals defrauding British citizens, attacking UK industry and abusing UK financial services are effectively pursued; that the UK’s industries and government agencies know how to prevent economic crime; and that the UK’s citizens are better protected. 

Agencies involved in the NECC

The NECC launched on 31 October 2018 with officers or representatives from the agencies below.

As the NECC evolves it will build wider partnerships across the public sector, with regulators and the private sector, particularly with those businesses at risk from economic crime. 

Online Fraud Steering Group

The Online Fraud Steering Group (OFSG) is a public-private group focused on reducing the threat from online/cyber enabled-fraud in the UK.

Fraud is a serious and growing threat. It is the most commonly experienced crime in the UK, with online fraud estimated to account for 80% of all fraud.

The formation of the OFSG, which is co-chaired by the National Economic Crime Centre (NECC), UK Finance and techUK, follows on from a roundtable hosted by Government Ministers in April 2021.

This is the first time that the technology and banking & finance sectors, government and law enforcement have all come together to work collectively to tackle fraud. Such collaboration is critical in tackling fraud and the criminal networks that profit from it.

The OFSG has a strong 5-point mission:

  • To make the UK the least attractive place for online fraudsters to operate.
  • To involve all relevant sectors as required to collaborate and form targeted responses to prevent different types of fraud.
  • To share information and refine our understanding of the complexities of online fraud.
  • To boost the response from law enforcement, technology and banking sectors through improving communication flows.
  • To enhance public communication and raise awareness to support consumers.

To progress the work and deliver these objectives, there is also an Online Fraud Delivery Group (OFDG) with various sub-groups of public and private bodies.

The OFSG will report to the Joint Fraud Taskforce (JFT).

Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce

The NECC includes the well established Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (JMLIT). JMLIT is a partnership between law enforcement and the financial sector to exchange and analyse information relating to money laundering and wider economic threats.

The taskforce consists of:

  • over 40 financial institutions
  • the Financial Conduct Authority
  • Cifas
  • five law-enforcement agencies: the NCA, HMRC, the SFO, the City of London Police, and the Metropolitan Police Service.  

JMLIT is an innovative model for public/private information sharing that has generated very positive results since its inception in 2015, and is considered internationally to be an example of best practice.

If the UK is to tackle high-end money laundering schemes which are most commonly complex, multi-institutional, and multi-jurisdictional, then a forum to share information on new typologies, existing vulnerabilities, and live tactical intelligence, is essential.

Successes of JMLIT

Since its inception, JMLIT has supported and developed over 500 law enforcement investigations which has directly contributed to over 130 arrests and the seizure or restraint of over £13m.

Through this collaboration, JMLIT private sector members have identified over 5,000 suspect accounts linked to money laundering activity, and commenced over 3,500 of their own internal investigations, while also continuing to develop and enhance their systems and controls for mitigating the threat of financial crime.

Financial sector-led expert working groups provide a platform for members to discuss current or emerging threats, and to identify innovative ways of collectively combating these threats. As a result, over 30 ‘JMLIT Alert’ reports have been shared with the wider financial industry to assist in focussing the identification and implementation of transactional monitoring system queries, in turn helping to mitigate the criminal methodologies used to exploit the UK’s financial system. 

Future development of JMLIT

There has been a real willingness within the banking sector to share information through the JMLIT to combat economic crime. The NCA is working with colleagues from overseas law enforcement agencies to help inform the development of similar partnerships in a number of key partner jurisdictions around the world.

Continued commitment and support from both sides will allow us to work together to construct a new, wider, “whole system” approach, which will enable the private sector to act as a more effective first line of defence against economic crime.


[Update] Mission Centers | economic intelligence center – POLLICELEE

Mission Centers serve as the Department’s center of gravity for intelligence-driven integration of analysis, technology, skills, and functions to counter the most critical threats facing the Homeland today.

Each Mission Center is tasked with a topical mission goal focused on mitigating enduring threats to the homeland. Mission Centers collect information to address DHS and national intelligence priorities and provide available reporting gathered by our Components and State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) partners to the Intelligence Community (IC) and other customers. Many of our Mission Centers utilize the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) to share sensitive, but unclassified information. This network is used to manage operations, analyze data, send alerts and share the information that is necessary to ensure our Homeland is safe, secure, and resilient.


  • Provide customers timely, relevant and actionable intelligence for operational and policy level decision making
  • Bring IC capabilities and intelligence to the DHS Homeland Security Enterprise
  • Mitigate the dynamic and sophisticated adversaries that threaten our homeland
  • Leverage DHS-unique data, fused with IC data for DHS mission use
  • Integrate intelligence across DHS and the IC
  • Develop collection platforms and requirements needs across DHS
  • Provide key intelligence support to State, Local, Tribal, Territorial and Private Sector partners

Counterintelligence Mission Center

The Counterintelligence Mission Center (CIMC) promotes a departmental approach to the current and emerging counterintelligence threats facing the DHS Intelligence Enterprise (IE) and the Intelligence Community (IC). We collect and deliver intelligence on threats posed by foreign adversaries and intelligence services and through integrated and coordinated efforts, we are able to effectively refine our response to such threats. We also work closely with the larger DHS IE and our IC partners to identify large-scale threats, implement countermeasures and enhance resilience across intelligence networks.

Counterterrorism Mission Center

The Counterterrorism Mission Center (CTMC) synthesizes and integrates counterterrorism (CT) intelligence to enable a unified departmental approach to protecting the Homeland from terrorism. We serve as the focal point for collaboration throughout the DHS Intelligence Enterprise (IE) by coordinating with our State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT), international, private sector and Intelligence Community (IC) partners. We produce all-source finished intelligence at the lowest classification possible to provide the CT decision advantage to the Secretary, the Department and our partners.  We also refine CT intelligence questions from customers, identify and manage comprehensive collection requirements and gaps and advocate for CT intelligence issues and equities across the interagency and the IC.

Cyber Mission Center

The Cyber Mission Center (CYMC) is the Department’s premier provider for cyber threat analysis. We deliver finished intelligence to enable the Department’s mission of ensuring cybersecurity and resilience of the federal government, our State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) partners and critical infrastructure networks. We work to expand this capability while also evolving the DHS Intelligence Enterprise (IE) cyber program through closer integration across intelligence networks.

Economic Security Mission Center

The Economic Security Mission Center (ESMC) provides intelligence to drive decisions and define the Department’s intelligence equities in the economic security space. We provide intelligence on threats to U.S. economic competitiveness, including intellectual property theft, supply chain threats, and illicit trade. Our intelligence informs foreign engagement, policy discussions, and other economic security decisions for federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, and private-sector partners. We also regularly interface with the Department of Treasury, Department of Commerce, the U.S. Trade Representative, DHS Components, and our partners in the Intelligence Community (IC).

Transnational Organized Crime Mission Center

The Transnational Organized Crime Mission Center (TOCMC) serves as the preeminent strategic center in DHS for integrated intelligence to counter transnational organized crime (TOC) networks and facilitators. We focus primarily on major drug smuggling organizations, transnational gangs, human smuggling, weapon trafficking, child exploitation, illicit trade and the movement of illicit proceeds on behalf of these criminal enterprises. We also assess TOC exploitation outside of the United States and provide opportunity analysis to support engagements with our foreign partners.

[Intelligence-High School Debate] Governments should provide a universal basic income _ Part.1

Governments should provide a universal basic income / 정부는 기본 소득 제공을 보장해야한다.
What would it be like if governments provided an unconditional sum of money to all citizens regardless of income or property owned? That way, we can spread the wealth in our society, thereby reducing the growing inequality across the nation or even the world. However, others claim that recipients might lose sight of the value of hard work, which is one of the most noble and treasured aspects of life.
On the third episode of “Intelligence – High School Debate,” students from Incheon International High School, Seongnam Foreign Language High School, Hana Academy Seoul and Yang Jae High School debate over the motion “This house believes that governments should provide a universal basic income.”
So, which two teams will make it into the semifinals this week?
세 번째 토론 대결의 출전 학교는 바로
[인천국제고등학교 vs 성남외국어고등학교 vs 하나고등학교 vs 양재고등학교]
참가자들의 뜨거운 관심 속 밝혀진 세 번째 토론 주제!
정부는 기본 소득 제공을 보장해야한다.
세금의 증가와 비윤리적 소득! vs 복지제도의 사각지대 속 절대적 빈곤 철폐!
완벽한 동의 없는 그 치열한 갈등 속, 다가올 세상을 이끌어 갈 우리 시대 청소년들의 생각은 과연? 얼마 남지 않은 발언 시간 속 계속되는 상대 측 POI와의 싸움!
그리고 찬반 진영 각 연사들 중 예상치 못한 에이스의 등장으로 술렁이는 심사위원들!
호스트 서미소랑 또한 감탄을 금치 못했는데…
각 학교의 명예를 건 미래 글로벌 리더들 중 준결승전에 진출할 단 두 팀?
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