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Day: January 24, 2023

Provincial commissioner applauds a multi-disciplinary team for arresting four suspects for corruption and fraud

POTCHEFSTROOM – The North West Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Sello Kwena, applauded a multi-disciplinary team comprising of the Provincial Organised Crime Unit, Anti-Corruption Investigation Unit, Commercial Crime Unit, Crime Intelligence and the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) officials for the apprehension of four suspects during a takedown operation in Ventersdorp,

Police disarm suspects in recent interventions

WESTERN CAPE – Concerted efforts by police in the Western Cape to rid the streets of illicit firearms and ammunition led to the arrest of suspects in two isolated interventions on Monday 23 January 2023. Police members of the Provincial Extortion Task Team responded to information and proceeded to an

19-year-old behind bars for rape of 75-year-old woman in Riversdale

Violence against women and children remains a top priority for the Western Cape SAPS’s, therefore we shall continuously endeavour to bring perpetrators of sexual offences to book. This was shown again by members attached to the Riversdale police and Mossel Bay Family violence, Child protection and Sexual offences (FCS) unit

Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions 2023 Industry Trends Report Finds 70 Percent of eDiscovery Professionals State Accessing Data Offsite Is a Major Endpoint Collection Problem

Hybrid work causing major data collection headaches for eDiscovery professionals, slowing down corporate fraud, IP theft and sexual assault investigations Collecting data from offsite mobile devices, chat apps and remote employees are some of the top challenges faced by corporate investigators PETAH TIKVA, Israel and TYSONS CORNER, Va., Jan. 24,

2023 Japan Prize Laureates Announced

TOKYO, Jan. 24, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Japan Prize Foundation announced the winners of the 2023 Japan Prize on January 24, 2023. Prof. Masataka Nakazawa and Mr. Kazuo Hagimoto, both of Japan, are co-winners of the Japan Prize in the fields of Electronics, Information, and Communication, and Prof. Gero Miesenboeck of

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