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Ron Harrison of Surelock appointed ABI President-Elect 2019-2020

Surelock and the Association of British Investigators, are both very proud to announce the appointment as President-Elect for 2019-2020 the highly respected member and Governing Council Discipline Officer, Ron HARRISON. Ron has been a member of the ABI since November 2009, initially attending branch meetings, then got more involved sitting on selection panels for new […]

England’s Black Market Hotspots Exposed

The trade in fake goods is putting hundreds of jobs at risk, experts have warned, as a BBC investigation shows the extent of the black market in England’s biggest cities. Trading standards figures showed hotspots in Manchester, Birmingham and Newham in east London. Commonly copied items included Beats by Dr Dre headphones, branded phone covers […]

ACG Calls for IP Enforcement Body

The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) has called on the UK government to set up a national IP enforcement body in order to tackle the threat posed by counterfeits. In its 2016 manifesto, published today, July 5, the UK-based ACG said an urgent response from the government was needed. The manifesto said the government should place IP […]

Surelock Supports Further Camden Enforcements

On Thursday 16 June 2016, Surelock together with numerous other members of the Anti-Counterfeiting Group assisted officers from Camden Trading Standards to carry out enforcements on a number of retail outlets in Camden High Street selling numerous music artists counterfeits and other counterfeit merchandise.  Two van loads of counterfeits goods were seized. This was a multi-agency […]

Counterfeits Seized and Nine Arrested at Bourn Bank Holiday Market

Surelock, together with other trade mark representatives / members of the Anti-Counterfeiting Group, http://www.a-cg.org assisted Cambridgeshire County Council Trading Standards and Police in a major enforcement at Bourn Bank Holiday Market, where stall holders were observed selling counterfeit merchandise during the day, then vans were stopped and searched at the end of the day. Many thousands […]

24 Oct

£3m Boost for City of London IP Crime Unit

The fight against digital piracy and counterfeit goods was today (23 October 2014) boosted by £3 million of new government funding to the City of London Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU). Minister for Intellectual Property (IP), Baroness Neville-Rolfe announced the government’s funding commitment to the national crime unit at the Anti Counterfeiting Group Conference in London. […]