Support and Prevention
Find out how to set up free services that stop you from visiting malicious websites and protect you from email fraud for home users and businesses.
ECVCU is team of specialist advocates working within the City of London Police that supports people who have fallen victim to fraud and cyber crime.
When you call Action Fraud, our specialist advisors will sometimes refer you to links from other organisations for further information. Here you will find our most popular referrals listed all in one place.
You can now sign up for free to Action Fraud Alert to receive direct, verified, accurate information about scams and fraud in your area by email, recorded voice and text message.
Fraud affects 1 in 4 small businesses every year. Last year fraud losses to SMEs were estimated at £18.9 billion.
Action Fraud has a number of resources that you can download from this section.
Although fraud comes in many forms, there are some simple steps you can take to protect yourself from the crime.
If you have been a victim of fraud, there is a network of support and information available to you.
Find out about the organisations who are working together and helping you to combat fraud and bring fraudsters to justice.
The Victims’ Code recognises that victims and witnesses should be at the heart of the criminal justice system.