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Officers from the force’s Economic Crime Unit (ECU) targeted multiple addresses last month in a bid to identify those responsible for fraud and exploiting vulnerable individuals

Officers from the force’s Economic Crime Unit (ECU) targeted multiple addresses last month in a bid to identify those responsible for fraud and exploiting vulnerable individuals.
Last week ECU officers, supported by the Force Priority Team, digital media investigators and the modern slavery team, executed warrants at 15 addresses across Leicester and one address in Derbyshire.
The aim of the enforcement was to identify and safeguard individuals who were believed to be laundering money on behalf of organised criminals involved in high-value frauds.
Four people were identified and are currently assisting police with their investigations and are supported by specialist agencies.
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Fraud officers target payment diversion fraud and money mules in latest operation

Planned A1 overnight closures this week

Planned closures on the A1 near Stamford are set to begin tonight.

the A1 northbound carriageway between Stamford and Grantham will be closed from 8 pm last night (Tuesday) until 6 am today for resurfacing works.

This will continue overnight on Wednesday and Thursday, finishing on Friday morning.

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On Friday night, maintenance works will cause closures on the A1 going both ways between Little Ponton and Foston from 8 pm until 6 am on Saturday.

OUR NEWS Neighbourhood Watch newsletter – April edition

 

 

http://lovegodlovelife.org.uk/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=https://lovegodlovelife.org.uk/worship/ OUR NEWS Neighbourhood Watch newsletter – April edition

Welcome to the April edition of OUR NEWS (attached). Whilst crime prevention is a key driver for Neighbourhood Watch, we have been uniquely embedded in communities for 40 strong years, perfectly positioning us as a gateway between individuals and the support they need to enable them and their communities to thrive.

As we draw nearer to Neighbourhood Watch Week (30th May – 5th June), the Month of Community (June), and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee (also in June), this edition focuses on ways we can improve our community’s health and wellbeing. It also features articles on:

  • free training for Neighbourhood Watch volunteers
  • the era of the swindler
  • making a community
  • engaging young people
  • and much more.

So take some time out, put that kettle on and enjoy.

http://blumberger.net/research/proton-transfer-in-solution-and-proteins/ Open the attachment to read the newsletter.

Best wishes and stay safe,

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http://ubiquis.co.uk/status-change-fact-table-part-2-the-input-data Attachments
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