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On the third day of a three-week trial of 13 Newcastle residents and four members of the council’s enforcement and safety committee over a plot to murder someone with the use of a firearm to kill someone, members of the public expressed their anger at the council’s move to put security officers in their homes as part of a wider move to curb crime.
The investigation into the alleged conspiracy is being conducted by the Serious and Organised Crime Agency (Soca) and the CPS.
The Newcastle residents involved in the conspiracy are alleged to have conspired to recruit people who had worked as undercover police officers to carry out shootings and stabbings and then attempt to use a firearm to kill someone at the hands of the accused.
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There was also a serious increase in the number ofSM 카지노 people reporting gun crime since the scheme was revealed to the public, Newcastle City Council statistics have shown.
A total of 27 calls to the council were made to local police between 12 July and 9 August, bringing the total number of calls for help to more than 300, including six where people called police were actually being questioned.
The investigation into the conspiracy, which was launched by Soca after complaints that officers were not performing their duties properly and were not properly securing public spaces, has been led by members of the Public Order Unit (PSU) in collaboration with the Newcastle City Council and Newcastle City Council’s police intelligence and crime unit.
Soca said the police operation – with police carrying out background checks on all alleged conspirators from 11 to 17 July – led to the discovery of a firearm and firearms found at the house at 2am.
“We continue to work on ensuring the safety of the community and we will continue to do everything we can to identify and track those involved,” a spokesman for Soca said.
“There was evidence that members of the community were concerned about the safety of their homes, so we have been meeting with neighbours to talk about how to deal with that risk. All residents have been offered protection services to protect themselves as they are likely to be targeted or murdered.”
A number of neighbours told the Sunday People they feared for their safety after being approached by police at the last three days of the investigation.
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