Daniel Morgan inquiry shows public scrutiny under threat

Support us and go ad-free The recent Daniel Morgan Independent Panel inquiry has found the Metropolitan police to be institutionally corrupt. Unsurprisingly, the panel found the Met to be un-cooperative with the inquiry. However, the Home Office’s lack of support has gone largely unreported. The panel found that: the relationship with the Home Office as …
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Counter-terror police are using a lack of transparency to evade public scrutiny

Counter-terror strategies in the UK have come under lots of scrutiny for racist and Islamophobic policies. The Canary sent out a number of Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to police forces around the country. We wanted information on how many premises were searched with a warrant in relation to terrorism investigations. What did we get …
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4 Compliance Tips Amid Increased Ransomware Scrutiny

In light of two new US Treasury Department advisories signaling increased oversight of ransomware payments, victim companies and their third-party response teams considering making payments should follow certain due diligence and compliance best practices, write Colin Jennings, Ericka Johnson, Dylan Yépez and Elizabeth Weil Shaw in an article for Law360. Source link

Nursing Homes Face Scrutiny Following Financial Assistance

Release of $4.9 billion in financial assistance for nursing homes, which care for high risk seniors, is not all good news.  Already facing difficult times, skilled nursing facilities will receive even more scrutiny to account for the money.  Read tips here from former prosecutors Marisa Darden, David Maria, and Tom Zeno. Source link

Nursing Homes Face Scrutiny Following Financial Assistance

Release of $4.9 billion in financial assistance for nursing homes, which care for high risk seniors, is not all good news.  Already facing difficult times, skilled nursing facilities will receive even more scrutiny to account for the money.  Read tips here from former prosecutors Marisa Darden, David Maria, and Tom Zeno. Source link