UK police concede they may need to start working more closely with paedophile hunting groups
A senior British police officer has admitted that officers investigating people suspected of having a sexual interest in children may be forced to work more closely with so-called paedophile hunters.
Speaking after the BBC revealed that almost half of all UK prosecutions for grooming and meeting a child were last year supported by evidence provided...
September 18, 2017
UK streets flooded with armed police after Parsons Green bomb attack
Armed police patrols have been stepped up across the UK in the wake of a terrorist bomb attack on a London Underground train on Friday morning.
Britain’s terror threat was raised to “critical” last night after a homemade explosive device partially exploded on a train outside Parsons Green Underground station.
The increased threat level means another...
September 16, 2017
Tech giants must be forced to stop acting as friends to terrorists and criminals
Despite raking in vast revenues that eclipse the GDP of many countries across the globe, tech giants such as Google and Facebook seem incredibly reluctant to invest money into meaningful initiatives aimed at ridding their networks of extremist and criminal content. While law enforcement authorities the world over focus their efforts on disrupting the...
Google-owned video streaming platform YouTube has announced a new initiative to prevent people from viewing extremist material on its platform. The experimental effort sees users searching for “violent extremist propaganda”... read more →
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has urged Ukraine to boost its efforts to clampdown on endemic corruption. Speaking in Kiev alongside European Council President Donald Tusk and Ukrainian President Petro... read more →
Spanish police have broken up an international human trafficking network involved in smuggling hundreds of Iranian illegal immigrants into Britain on commercial flights. A statement from Europol - which supported... read more →
Police in Italy are investigating claims that Mafia organisations have teamed up with Daesh to smuggle oil into Europe. Rome-based daily La Repubblica this week told readers detectives suspect the... read more →
Police across Europe have arrested more than 100 people in a Europol-backed crackdown on human trafficking and sexual exploitation. The Austrian-led operation targeted organised criminal groups trafficking vulnerable individuals into... read more →
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