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December 2018


10 December 2018

On the rise: Vehicle theft, a ‘sophisticated’ crime

SANTA CRUZ — It was a normal scenario: Deputies who saw a stolen car parked in a lot near the Aptos Village construction area last week waited rather than immediately recovering the red 1999 Volkswagen Jetta.

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6 December 2018

Operation Trivium strikes again: Five years targeting mobile organised crime groups

Joint operation in four EU Member States: the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Lithuania, coordinated by the Dutch National Police.  Several hits led to further investigations by the German and Lithuanian authorities. The operation was coordinated from Europol’s Coordination Centre

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3 December 2018

Warning to Brits over fake number plates as simple tips could stop YOU becoming a victim

THOUSANDS of drivers in the UK could be at risk of having their number plates stolen and cloned by crooks who use them dodge fines and commit crime.

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November 2018


30 November 2018

No-deal Brexit will leave both UK and EU at greater risk of crime and terrorism, security minister to say

Security minister Ben Wallace will admit that the country's safety will be placed in jeopardy by no-deal Brexit in a speech to law enforcement and security leaders.  

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26 November 2018

British police now using their vehicles to knock moped thieves off their bikes

Police officers will use their vehicles to knock moped thieves off their bikes - even during high-speed pursuits, Scotland Yard has said. Commander Amanda Pearson, of the Met's front-line policing unit, said a hard-line approach using "tactical contact" is needed to stop dangerous chases and arrest suspects.

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