UK imposes serious crime prevention orders on 9 Indian-origin criminals


New Delhi: Nine-member gang of Indian origin convicted smuggling Goods and migrants have been released into Britain serious crime prevention order (SCPO) National Crime Agency (NCA). The orders aim to restrict his involvement in serious and organized crime following his recent conviction for smuggling GBP 15.5 million into Dubai and attempting to smuggle 17 migrants into the country.
Members of the organized crime group include Swandar Dhal, Jasbir Kapoor, Diljaan Malhotra, Charan Singh, Valjeet Singh, Jasbir Dhal Singh, Jaginder Kapoor, Jacqueer Kapoor and Amarjeet Alabadis. He has been given a long prison sentence for his criminal activities.
The SCPO, which will come into effect after offenders complete their prison sentences, includes limitations on finances, property, bank accounts and the purchase of international travel tickets. These orders are part of the NCA's strategy for the lifelong management of serious offenders, ensuring continued monitoring and restriction of their activities even after imprisonment.
Alison Abbott, head of the NCA's prison and lifetime management unit, stressed the importance of support orders in preventing future crimes by making offenders toxic to other criminals. The NCA aims to maintain a policy of lifelong management while ensuring continued monitoring of individuals involved in serious criminal activities.
Additionally, the NCA has published a list of “active” supporting orders, which includes people recently released from prison, such as Denis Kupsevich, who is part of a criminal network involved in fraudulent activities. Kupsevich now faces restrictions on finances, property, business interests, communication devices, bank accounts, travel, travel documents, surnames and holding personal data until 2027.
The NCA monitors and takes appropriate action against any offenders who breach the terms of their supporting orders, emphasizing the importance of public awareness to report breaches. The publication of these orders serves as a tool for organizations and the public to remain informed about individuals subject to such sanctions.

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