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Law enforcement agencies

We have an established, collaborative relationship with the police and National Crime Agency (opens in a new tab) (NCA) for mutual intelligence sharing.

We follow the protocols of the National Intelligence Model (NIM). It unifies standards when sharing local intelligence with the police, or national or international issues of serious organised crime with the NCA.

Together with the police and NCA, we are members of the Government Agency Intelligence Network (GAIN). The network is based within police regional organised crime units and supports the coordination of activity.

The development of intelligence can result in a collaborative enforcement approach.

This might cover issues such as:

  • money laundering in licensed premises
  • unlicensed gambling and illegal supply of machines
  • issues of sports betting integrity.
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