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Social Media Policy

The Serious Fraud Office ( SFO) communications team manages the @UKSFO twitter  and Linkedin accounts.

If you follow us, you can expect tweets and shares covering the following:

  • Case updates, including charging decisions, verdicts and opened investigations
  • News stories and press releases
  • Alerts about new publications and speeches

Anyone wishing to report serious fraud, bribery and corruption should do so via our secure reporting form. Anyone who believes that they have been a victim of fraud should contact their local police force or Action Fraud.

Availability

Twitter may occasionally be unavailable and the SFO accepts no responsibility for lack of service due to Twitter downtime.

Contacting the SFO

You can contact the SFO using the details found on our website here.

Dealing with unacceptable behaviour

Our social media accounts are managed by real people. We strive to be helpful and understand you may have frustrations with our services.  People are free to share their views about the SFO.  However, we ask that you are respectful. Abuse will not be tolerated.

 This policy aims to protect our employees and stakeholders from unacceptable use of social media. Unacceptable behaviour includes (but is not limited to) abusive or bad language, degrading remarks, or attempts to provoke or upset other users. We reserve the right to take action in relation to social media posts or messages which:

  • are rude, abusive, harassing or threatening
  • use sexist, racist or other unacceptable language which are intended to cause concern / harm
  • are defamatory or libellous
  • may be in contempt of court
  • break any other law or incite someone else to break the law
  • contain inappropriate material (including images or video)
  • are spam