The National Crime Agency (NCA) recently published its National Strategic Assessment (NSA) for 2018, which contains an analysis of serious and organised crime threats facing the country. Rise in Organised Crime The assessment claims that the scale and complexity of organised crime continues to grow despite notable operational successes, and…

An international law enforcement operation, led by the National Crime Agency (NCA) and the Dutch National Police, has led to the shutdown of a website linked to more than four million cyber attacks across the globe, including attacks targeting some of the UK’s biggest banks.  Authorities in five countries including…

The Scottish Government recently announced that an initiative to combat domestic abuse is to be made available to local authorities across the country.  The Caledonian System The Caledonian System is a specialist court-mandated programme working with male perpetrators, which also aims to improve the lives of women and children affected…

A recent publication from Scotland’s Chief Statistician has given an interesting insight into the types of drug seizures made by the police in Scotland and the characteristics of those found in possession of drugs. The report highlights that the quantity of drugs seized can fluctuate considerably each year, and does…

A new report from UK Finance has given an interesting insight into the extent of fraud in financial services and the sector’s efforts to prevent the crime occurring. According to the trade association, banks and card companies prevented £1,458.6 million in unauthorised financial fraud last year, which amounts to £2…

A man from Clydebank has been sentenced to five years and three months in jail after pleading guilty to smuggling cocaine worth more than £100,000 into the UK. The 42-year-old had been arrested following an investigation by the National Crime Agency (NCA), which became involved after Border Force officers working…

The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has taken part in a Europol supported operation to dismantle a human trafficking network, which resulted in the safeguarding of four Nigerian women who were forced into prostitution in different Spanish locations.  Human Trafficking Europol explains that human trafficking is a modern form of…

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has recently published a report in which it calls for EU Member States to do more on drink-driving enforcement and rehabilitation. 

We are pleased to announce that, although the year has just begun, our hard work is being recognised in a prestigious set of awards in the USA. Beltrami & Company have been awarded ‘Law Firm of the Year - Criminal - Scotland’ as part of the Corporate USA Today Awards 2018.

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At the moment we are still working as close to normal as possible. The criminal justice system is in turmoil. It can’t stop, so to that extent at the moment we are regarded as “essential workers”.

The courts are still operating, though at a reduced level. Beltrami & Company believes in the rights of individuals and businesses to be fairly treated within our justice and courts system and will continue to do all in our power to continue this role.

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