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TAPA EMEA JOINS FORCES WITH EUROPOL, EUROJUST AND EU MEMBER STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO TARGET ORGANISED CRIME GANGS SPECIALISING IN CARGO THEFT

TAPA EMEA is the first industry association to be invited to join Project CARGO, an EU-financed project led by the German State Office of Investigation of Saxony-Anhalt targeting mobile organised crime groups specialising in cargo theft.

The project kicked-off this month with its first meeting in The Hague, attended by law enforcement investigators from right EU Member States - Germany, France, Czech Republic, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark and Austria - together with specialists from Europol, the European Union’s law enforcement agency, and Eurojust, the EU agency dealing with judicial co-operation in criminal matters among agencies of the Member States. TAPA EMEA was represented by Chairman, Thorsten Neumann, who gave a...

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AUGUST CRIME DATA SHOWS A SECOND CONSECUTIVE MONTH OF RISING LOSS VALUES TO €13.8 MILLION AND A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN TOBACCO THEFTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

The combined value of cargo losses from supply chains in EMEA recorded a second dramatic year-on-year increase in August 2018, according to...
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LATEST POLICE INTELLIGENCE REPORTS 1,202 TRUCK HIJACKINGS OVER 12 MONTHS IN SOUTH AFRICA, WITH BIG RISE IN CASH-IN-TRANSIT ATTACKS

New crime data published this month by the South African Police Service (SAPS) shows a total of 1,202 truck hijackings in 12 months, a 1.6%...
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EYE-ON-TECH LOOKS AT SOME OF THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY…

TAPA EMEA’s ‘Eye-on-Tech’ looks at some of the latest news stories from the world of supply chain security technology.
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THE HIGH LEVEL OF CARGO THEFTS AT UK MOTORWAY SERVICE AREAS IN JUNE CONTRIBUTES TO 60.9% MONTH-ON-MONTH INCREASE IN INCIDENTS AND LOSSES OF MORE THAN €7.8 MILLION IN JUST 30 DAYS

Cargo crimes reported to TAPA’s Incident Information Service (IIS) in EMEA in June rose sharply, up 60.9% month-on-month and 9.5% higher...
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