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NvdqrDQW
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Nicholas Richard Hurd
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<p>The Home Office does not hold information on the length of time taken to allocate fraud cases to police forces for investigation. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau is responsible for determining whether there are sufficient grounds to allocate a fraud case to the police for investigation. It is then a matter for receiving forces to determine if they are going to undertake an investigation, which is driven by local resourcing and priorities.</p>
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Home Office
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Home Office
Home Office
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bdPAjpsy
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bdPAjpsy
NvdqrDQW
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bdPAjpsy
Nicholas Richard Hurd
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