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Project Hunter Chaucer has an overall aim to build international targeting in ODA countries to help deter the movement across national borders of individuals and goods, that would harm their national interests, by enhancing their border control. Project Chaucer (in West Africa only) looks to create highly-skilled multi-agency local teams capable of deterring the use of individuals and freight to smuggle drugs or other harmful commodities within developing countries by criminal gangs. Hunter/Chaucer projects and activities are based in three main geographical areas the Americas, Africa and EurAsia and have officers embedded in various locations around the world working with local law enforcement agencies and key stakeholders.
To support Nigeria’s effort of tackling corruption by reducing public tolerance and improving enforcement efforts as part of the HMG Nigeria Anti-Corruption Strategy. Nigerian authorities (including anti-corruption agencies) would be supported to achieve an effective sanction regime by legislation and public policies to combat corruption, and ensuring looters are effectively investigated, prosecuted and convicted. Civil society would build public support for anti-corruption and progressively change social norms that currently facilitate (or even encourage) corruption.
To reduce the role of corruption as a barrier to poverty reduction in Tanzania by improving the capacity and coordination of the criminal justice system in corruption cases, improving integrity and governance in the private sector, and influencing social change through research and media.
This programme aims to support: (1) The National Data Exploitation Capability; a platform that will harness analytics, automation, machine learning, bulk data ingestion and algorithms to reveal demand (explicit and ‘hidden’), more precisely interpret greater quantities of data at greater speed, and improve the way this is exploited across organisations within the SOC system; (2) The National Economic Crime Centre ; a multi-agency centre that will develop the strategic picture of the Economic Crime threat, define national and international priorities, and create plans to address the highest-impact threats and targets – collaborating closely with the private sector; (3) The National Assessments Centre ; a capability that will provide a single authoritative view of the national and international SOC threat, thinking beyond what is known currently to anticipate new strategic themes so that the SOC system can continually adapt to the evolving nature of criminality. This is an ODA and non-ODA integrated programme. The spend reported against this programme is the ODA element alone.