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  • Reducing the risks posed by Serious Organised Crime - A resource for Third Sector Organisations

    Created: 06/03/2020, Updated: 10/03/2020

    Serious Organised Crime (SOC) can cause significant harm to the wellbeing of individuals and families as well as causing problems for organisations themselves.  Third sector organisations have an important role to play in both helping to deter SOC and in reducing the harm it causes.

    The Community Justice Volunteer Sector Forum (CJVSF) have tbeen working with the Serious Organised Crime Taskforce to develop a resource to help third sector organisations reduce the potential risks to their business, staff and people they support. The resource provides a starting point for managers, trustees and staff teams to discuss their organisation’s own exposure to the risks posed by SOC and  consider what can be done to address these risks.

    The resource can be accessed here 

    The document will be updated over time and if you have any feedback on how useful the resource is and identify any areas where you feel it could be improved or further developed. Please send any feedback to [email protected]

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