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SELECTBIO Conferences Food Safety & Analysis Congress 2016

Andy Morling's Biography

Andy Morling, Head of the Food Crime Unit, Food Standards Agency UK

Andy began his criminal law enforcement career over 20 years ago as a specialist investigator in the globally respected Investigation Division of HM Customs and Excise. The focus of this role was tackling the threat to the UK from organised international drug trafficking and serious economic crime. In 2001, following the lengthy trial of a prominent sports promoter, Andy received a formal commendation from the trial Judge for his role leading the complex criminal investigation.
Throughout his early career, Andy became skilled in the use of covert surveillance and other sensitive investigative techniques, a specialism that briefly took him away from operational work on secondment to a role as covert surveillance course manager in national police training.

At the end of his secondment, Andy returned to frontline law enforcement as Head of Intelligence at the Serious Fraud Office in London. Here the focus was on serious and complex white collar crime and international bribery and corruption.

In 2010 Andy joined the Serious Organised Crime Agency (now the National Crime Agency) with responsibility for leading the strategic response to child sexual exploitation and abuse. In this highly challenging yet highly rewarding role, Andy became internationally recognised as an expert in the criminal threat from online child sexual abuse.

Andy joined the Food Standards Agency at the end of March 2015 as Head of Food Crime with the task of building the Agency's National Food Crime Unit.

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The National Food Crime Unit – Form and Function

Wednesday, 7 September 2016 at 13:45

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This presentation describes the form, function and operating model of the National Food Crime Unit. It examines the dynamics and characteristics of food crime and the challenges it presents and explores how lessons learned from other forms of serious crime can form part of the response.

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