Criminal Assets Bureau

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The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) has published a strategic plan for the first time, setting out how it will meet its goal to "ensure that crime does not pay" over the next four years. The strategy for 2020–23 was drawn up under the leadership of Patrick Clavin, who has now handed over the role

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The number of proceeds of crime cases brought to the Irish courts by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) reached an all-time high last year, according to new figures. The CAB brought 31 new proceeds of crime cases last year, the highest number in its 24-year history, according to its annual report for

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In excess of €5.6m was returned to the Exchequer as a result of Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) actions in 2018, which also included the seizure of cryptocurrency Ethereum – a worldwide first – according to a new report. Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan laid CAB's 2018 Annual Report b

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