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Organised Crime Task Force continues fight to keep Northern Ireland safe

06 February 2018

Last year 23 Organised Crime Groups were dismantled, the Organised Crime Task Force (OCTF) has today confirmed in the publication of their 2016/17 Annual Report and Threat Assessment.

NI Businesses Face Fines For Employing Illegal Workers

05 December 2017

Businesses in counties Armagh, Down and Antrim are facing potential penalties totalling up to £140,000 after immigration offenders were found working at their premises.

PSNI launches anti-drugs video campaign aimed at recreational drug users

17 November 2017

PSNI has today launched a video as part of an anti-drugs campaign to highlight the role of recreational drug use in intimidation and serious violence in Northern Ireland’s communities. 

UK leads the way on crackdown of illicit financing

27 October 2017

The UK is making it harder for terrorists and criminals to move money through its banks and businesses by today publishing new information on the best way for organisations to protect themselves against i...

Businesses face fines for employing Illegal workers

24 October 2017

Two businesses in County Antrim and County Down are facing potential penalties totalling £80,000 after immigration offenders from China were found working at their premises.

Co. Londonderry takeaways face fines

02 October 2017

Two County Londonderry takeaway businesses are facing potential penalties totalling £120,000 after immigration offenders were found working at their premises.

Takeaways Face Fines For Employing Illegal Workers

27 September 2017

Two takeaway businesses in Armagh and Down are facing potential penalties totalling £60,000 after immigration offenders were found working at their premises.

Counterfeit beauty sets seized in Belfast

08 August 2017

A consignment of fake make-up brushes has been seized by Border Force officers in Belfast.

Belfast Takeaway faces fine for employing illegal workers

07 August 2017

A takeaway in Belfast is facing a potential penalty of up to £40,000 after two immigration offenders were found working at its premises.

Dunmurry Restaurant faces fine for employing illegal workers

04 July 2017

A restaurant in Dunmurry is facing a potential penalty of up to £40,000 after two immigration offenders were found working at its premises.

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