The National Fraud Authority, an executive agency of the Attorney General's Office, is the U.K. Government's strategic lead on counter-fraud activity. The first National Fraud Strategy was published in March 2009. The strategy's four aims are:
- building, sharing and acting on knowledge
- tackling the most serious and harmful threats
- holding more fraudsters to account while also improving support to victims, and
- improving the country's capability to prevent fraud.
- Cyber Crime Strategy, at 21.