Wolters Kluwer: All change for SARs: Police need banks to be more helpful and more focused

The SARs regime is set for a major shake-up this year, although details as yet are sparse. What is clear is that the National Crime Agency (NCA) that administers the regime is overwhelmed by the 380,000 reports that have landed on its desk over the past year. The Home Office review – expected to be announced early in 2016 – is aimed at cutting down the number of reports, raising the quality of the material that each report contains and ensuring quicker responses by law enforcement to material

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