(PRWEB UK) 22 March 2013
According to recent BBC News article by Nick Bourne over £46m of criminal cash and assets has been recovered in the last decade by police and other agencies in Wales. Assets seized include cash, cars, jewellery and buildings giving the message that crime does not pay. Det Chf Insp Lian Penhale from Wales Regional Asset Recovery Team said:
“Some career criminals see a prison sentence as a hazard of the job but what they don’t like is when we then take those assets”
“We strip them of their houses, their cars, the lifestyle that they’ve enjoyed off the back of the misery and harm they have caused to the community through their criminality.”
The report goes on to say that most of the money recovered goes to the Home Office with the rest split between the different agencies involved in recovering the money. Suggestions have been made to use the recovered money on could be targeted toward fighting drugs and on drug rehabilitation.
Private Investigator in London agree that striping criminals of their ill-gotten gains then using this money to help tackle crime and to help in the community is the way forward in showing criminals that crime does not pay. Private Investigator in London can work alongside the police and other agencies to maximise the criminal assets investigations.
Diane Chivers, spokesperson from Private Investigator in London said:
"Criminals need to know that crime does not pay any more and in my professional opinion the Welsh police and agencies are doing the right thing."
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