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Tough New Measures To Strip The Profit Out Of Crime

Published: Thu, 24 May 2007 19:14:51

Tough Government proposals to give law enforcement agencies new powers to make it easier to seize criminals’ luxury possessions and high value goods used in crime, such as cars and boats, were announced by Home Office Minister Vernon Coaker.

A range of robust new measures to take even more cash out of criminals hands have been outlined in the Asset Recovery Action Plan consultation paper. Proposals include:
To read more visit the Home Office website.

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