You might think transnational, organized crimes belong to another world, far from your own.
In reality, they can affect you on a day-to-day level, without you even being aware.
But there is a lot you can do to protect yourself and your family. Not only can you increase your level of safety but you will also help reduce the profits being driven into organized crime.
Stay safe and prevent crimes
Criminals don’t take breaks. Even as everything around us is being put on hold, they are looking for new ways to generate profits
Fake medicines can be counterfeit, contaminated or mislabelled. Don’t take the chance.
Follow some common sense rules to reduce your chance of being a victim of financial crime.
Cyberthreats are constantly evolving in order to take advantage of online behaviour and trends. The COVID-19 outbreak is no exception.
#BECareful - don’t let scammers trick you into making payments to their accounts
If you think a hangover is the worst effect of counterfeit alcohol, think again.
Fraudulent food products are poor quality and may be contaminated; they can cause food poisoning and even death.
Buying cheaper fake electrical goods may seem like a good deal, but you don’t know what you are getting.
Cheap TV streaming may seem like a great offer, but it’s not the bargain you think it is.
What you can do to help protect our environment from criminals.
Have you received an email claiming to be from INTERPOL? Beware! This is always a scam.
Car thieves are very organized and can steal your vehicle in seconds. They will choose an easy target, so make it hard for them!
Individuals and countries can all do more to protect cultural heritage.
Be wary of deals on airline tickets offering prices that sound ‘too good to be true’