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Ahmedali099 2021-11-04

In most cases, but, a system isn't necessary, since the objective of the task is collecting data and not police force or criminal apprehension.Most states need that Personal Investigators be licensed.

Some Individual Detectives are former authorities officers or former military, although a lot of do not need that kind of qualified background.

Several states have rigid laws that govern and control the Private Investigation market within state Private investigators in madrid.A Private Investigator usually operates long hours, keeping detailed records and movie for reports to provide to there customers and usually invest most of there amount of time in the area doing security connected work.

Many Personal Detectives have college degrees or have taken legitimate or criminal investigation connected programs to raised prepare themselves for there specific area of investigation.

Personal Detectives and Private Investigators routinely have past knowledge in different occupations that prepares them for there career as a Personal Investigator.Some previously labored for insurance or libraries companies, in the private safety industry, or as paralegals.

Several investigators enter the area after helping in police force, the military, government auditing and investigative positions, or federal intelligence jobs, which makes them a professional for the reason that area of analysis because of there experience.Former police officers, military investigators.government brokers, frequently become Private Detectives or Personal Investigators, others from such fields as finance, accounting, industrial credit, investigative confirming, insurance, law, etc.

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Diksha Pote 2021-11-05

As per a report published by MRFR on the global forensic swab market, the market is expected to achieve a CAGR of 5.8% while accumulating revenues worth USD 49.09 Mn in the period of the forecast from 2018 to 2023.

The market is expected to witness notable development due to the presence of notable players who are modifying the competitive landscape favorably.The development of the forensic swab market is centered on the demand that is being generated from the forensic and medical sector primarily.

The use of genetic material in a criminal investigation to deal with questions pertaining to legal situations, such as criminal and civil cases is also increasing the demand for forensic swabs globally.

The market is projected to be restrained by the high costs DNA free forensic swabs and the relatively irregular supply of new products in the market.Competitive AnalysisThe global forensic swab market’s growth is expected to be highlighted by the intense competition, frequent changes in government as well as rapid advances in the product mix.

The points related to cost, reliability, and quality of the products are expected to improve the chances for the growth of the manufacturers.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Sirchie, Merck KGaA, Copan Italia S.p.A., SARSTEDT AG & Co. KG, MWE, Luna, Puritan Medical Products, Becton, Dickinson and Company, and Medtech Forensics are some of the market players included in the report.Segmental AnalysisThe segmental analysis of the Forensic Swab Market is segmented on the basis of type of swab shaft, type, end-user, and region.

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Dennis Masters 2021-05-16
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After a toddler shot his parents with a handgun he found on their nightstand, a gun safety group is calling for a safe storage law in Maine.
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Larry Armitage 2019-03-08
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Several brottsanmälningar has come out against Maria Wetterstrandom unlawful insider trading, but prosecutors at the serious fraud office has decided not to initiate any investigations against her, writes Dagens industri.

”the facts of the case gives no reason to believe that criminal offences (insider dealing) under public prosecution has taken place,” writes the authority, according to the newspaper.

Wetterstrand has received criticism for sitting on multiple chairs.

She has led a government inquiry on the future of aviation fuel at the same time as she has been the owner and director of the company Cortus Energy to develop renewable jet fuel.

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kapil desai 2021-10-11
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 The global facial recognition market size is expected to reach USD 13.87 Billion at a steady CAGR of 15.7% in 2028, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research.

Such helpful market insights are bound to help readers outline this industry’s key outcomes in the near future.

Those are further intended to assist businesses involved in this sector in sound decision-making and formulating lucrative business plans..Get access to the full description of the report @ https://www.emergenresearch.com/industry-report/facial-recognition-marketCovid impact analysis:the report is attuned with the latest market changes and economic landscape with regard to the currently unfolding COVID-19 pandemic.

It has also brought an economic slowdown that has affected the business of the key manufacturers of the industry.Top key companies include are:NEC Corporation, Cognitec Systems, Aware Inc., FaceFirst Inc., Safran SA, Panasonic Corporation, Gemalto NV, Key Lemon Ltd., Ayonix Corporation, and Face++.Request a Sample Copy of the Report @ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample/640Segmentation :Emergen Research has segmented the global facial recognition market on the basis of component, technology, application, end use, and region:Component Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)HardwareSoftwareTechnology Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)2D Facial Recognition3D Facial RecognitionFacial AnalyticsApplication Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)Physical SecurityID ManagementCriminal InvestigationBusiness IntelligencePhoto Indexing and SortingRegional Analysis:The report sheds light on the region expected to dominate the Facial Recognition market in the coming years.

The report estimates the market size in terms of volume and value and offers an accurate estimate of the market share each region is anticipated to hold during the forecast period.

The regional analysis offers an idea about the production and consumption pattern, import/export, supply and demand ratio, revenue contribution, market share and size, and the presence of prominent players in each region.Purchase this report at an exclusively discounted rate @ https://www.emergenresearch.com/select-license/640Key questions addressed in the report:What are the key factors driving the global Facial Recognition market?Who are the key manufacturers in this market space?Who are the distributors, traders and dealers of this market?What are the market opportunities and risks affecting the performance of the vendors in the global Facial Recognition market?What are the sales and revenue estimations for the top manufacturers in this market over the projected timeline?Table of ContentChapter 1.

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Marc Anderson 2021-07-23
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This comes after a single-judge bench at Karnataka HC led by Justice P.S. Dinesh Kumar had dismissed Amazon and Flipkart’s writ petition on June 11 which challenged the CCI probe against their business practices, commissioned in January, last year
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Monte Martin 2017-05-05
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p Ride-sharing firm Uber is facing a criminal investigation by the US government.

The scrutiny has started because the firm is accused of using "secret" software that let it operate in regions where it was banned or restricted.

The software, called "greyball", helped it identify officials seeking to stop the service running.

A spokesman for Uber declined to comment on the investigation, reported the Reuters news agency.

It is claimed greyball was used in several areas, including Portland, Oregon, where the ride service was still seeking official approval to operate.

In those areas, transport regulation officials posed as passengers in a bid to prove that the company was operating illegally.

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Carlos Edelstein 2017-05-05
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p Uber is facing a criminal investigation by the US government over its use of technology that helps drivers avoid officials trying to clamp down on the ride-sharing firm.

Uber is accused of using the software, known as “Greyball”, to evade local regulators in regions where the company was not yet allowed to operate.

It is claimed Uber used the technology in places such as US city Portland to identify transport officials and prevent them from booking a ride.

Uber declined to comment on the investigation, which was launched by the US Justice Department.

It told Portland authorities that Greyball was used “exceedingly sparingly” in the city before regulators approved its service in 2015.

A Californian grand jury has asked for documents explaining where the Greyball technology, which was first uncovered by the New York Times, was used and how it worked, according to Reuters.

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Jermaine Dusenbery 2017-05-05
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p Federal authorities have begun a criminal investigation into Uber’s use of Greyball, a software tool that the company used to evade local officials in places where the service had not been formally approved, which notably includes Portland, Oregon.

This is according to Reuters, which cited two unnamed sources in its Thursday evening report.

The Department of Justice did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.

“We’re not commenting,” Aaron McLear, an Uber spokesman, e-mailed Ars.

“But I’ve attached our letter to Portland, Oregon, officials which gives as much detail as we have given about this technology.”

McLear included a recently-published letter and attachment that was sent to Portland officials, noting that the company had not deployed Greyball in Portland since April 2015.

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William Hill 2021-02-20
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The FAA has closed its investigation into SpaceX and found that an explosion during testing of the Starship rocket prototype did not put the public in danger.
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Tom Brown 2019-03-14
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Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg has another headache to contend with, after it was reported that federal prosecutors have begun a criminal investigation into the firm’s data-sharing agreements.

In December it emerged that leading tech firms and consumer brands such as Amazon, Apple, Spotify, Microsoft and Netflix had struck deals with Facebook to harvest the personal data of millions of its users, including private messages.

The controversial data sharing deals had been revealed after an investigation by the New York Times (NYT), but Facebook insisted at the time that it had done nothing wrong.

But now another article in the New York Times has alleged that a grand jury in New York has subpoenaed records from at least “two prominent makers of smartphones and other devices.”

The report, cited two people familiar with the requests, said that both these companies had entered into partnerships with Facebook, “gaining broad access to the personal information of hundreds of millions of its users.”

It seems that Facebook’s data-sharing deals are being investigated by prosecutors with the United States attorney’s office for the Eastern District of New York.

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Ronald Mitchell 2020-09-29
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Sergeant Matiu Ratana, known as Matt, who died after being shot at a police station in Croydon, south London.

The suspect in the fatal shooting of Sergeant Matt Ratana remains in critical condition and detectives have not yet been able to speak to him, the Met Police have said.

Ratana died in hospital after being shot by a handcuffed suspect at a custody suite in Croydon, south London, on Friday. 

In a statement released on Tuesday afternoon, the Met Police said they were carrying out “detailed searches” at an address in Southbrook Road, Norbury and another address off Park Road, Banstead, Surrey. 

Police said the second location includes access to several derelict buildings and more than 30 acres of land, with the “complex” search expected to take days.

A suspect, named as Louis De Zoysa, 23, remains in critical condition in hospital. Police said they have not yet been able to speak to him.

A second suspect remains in custody after being arrested on Sunday in Norwich, Norfolk, on suspicion of supplying a firearm.

Deputy assistant commissioner Stuart Cundy, who is leading the investigation, said: “It is four days since the murder of our colleague and our work continues at a high tempo.

“We have traced a number of witnesses who have been able to contribute significant information about the events leading up to the shooting.

“We continue to pursue multiple lines of inquiry and consider the results of initial forensic examinations, including of the gun recovered from custody.

“The murder of Sgt Ratana sent shockwaves through the Metropolitan Police Service. Nevertheless his colleagues are determined to find justice for him and his family.”

The statement came after Sgt Ratana’s partner, Su Bushby, paid tribute to the 54-year-old, saying: “There aren’t really any words for how I am feeling right now about the loss of Matt; about losing someone I loved and was so close to in such a tragic manner.

“I know Matt touched many, many people’s lives with his friendliness, patience, kindness, enthusiasm and caring ways.

“I had the pleasure of sharing five years of my life with this lovely man – my gentle giant, with his infectious smile and big heart. I think of him with tenderness and love.

“Matt was my partner, friend, confidant, support and soul mate. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Matt will always be in my head and in my heart.”

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William Franklin 2018-12-03
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“Hacks into email account of victim and accesses social media of victim (snapchat) thereafter alters information within and posts false and embarrassing threads in the name of victim”

Police forces across the UK and Wales are spending more time each year investigating cyber incidents and crimes related to social media platforms.

New research from the think tank Parliament Street has found a 14 percent increase in computer “hacking” in the past two financial years, with police forces in the UK and Wales launching 2,547 investigations into reports of cybercrime over the last two years.

Many of the police forces who responded to Parliament Street’s enquiries also provided police notes on the type of crime report and the investigation’s status.

Many of these can be identified as clear cybercrime incidents, such as a report from Norfolk and Suffolk that reads: “During hours of darkness in rural market town unknown person has instigated a virus in private business server which has encrypted personal data files which can only be accessed by the users by paying a ransom of 1087 Bitcoins.”

However, police forces are also required to commit resources to cyber incidents that stem from poor IT security practices, including where people are handing out their password to friends and family, only to discover at a later data that their accounts have seen some form of unauthorised access.

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Gerald Hurtado 2021-07-19
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Jeff McConney has reportedly testified for the Manhattan district attorney's criminal investigation into the Trump Organization.
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Duane Harrison 2021-05-19
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And the Trump Organization is subject to a criminal investigation by the New York attorney general's office.
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James Mckinnis 2021-05-19
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And the Trump Organization is subject to a criminal investigation by the New York attorney general's office.
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Ahmedali099 2021-11-04

In most cases, but, a system isn't necessary, since the objective of the task is collecting data and not police force or criminal apprehension.Most states need that Personal Investigators be licensed.

Some Individual Detectives are former authorities officers or former military, although a lot of do not need that kind of qualified background.

Several states have rigid laws that govern and control the Private Investigation market within state Private investigators in madrid.A Private Investigator usually operates long hours, keeping detailed records and movie for reports to provide to there customers and usually invest most of there amount of time in the area doing security connected work.

Many Personal Detectives have college degrees or have taken legitimate or criminal investigation connected programs to raised prepare themselves for there specific area of investigation.

Personal Detectives and Private Investigators routinely have past knowledge in different occupations that prepares them for there career as a Personal Investigator.Some previously labored for insurance or libraries companies, in the private safety industry, or as paralegals.

Several investigators enter the area after helping in police force, the military, government auditing and investigative positions, or federal intelligence jobs, which makes them a professional for the reason that area of analysis because of there experience.Former police officers, military investigators.government brokers, frequently become Private Detectives or Personal Investigators, others from such fields as finance, accounting, industrial credit, investigative confirming, insurance, law, etc.

Dennis Masters 2021-05-16
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After a toddler shot his parents with a handgun he found on their nightstand, a gun safety group is calling for a safe storage law in Maine.
kapil desai 2021-10-11
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 The global facial recognition market size is expected to reach USD 13.87 Billion at a steady CAGR of 15.7% in 2028, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research.

Such helpful market insights are bound to help readers outline this industry’s key outcomes in the near future.

Those are further intended to assist businesses involved in this sector in sound decision-making and formulating lucrative business plans..Get access to the full description of the report @ https://www.emergenresearch.com/industry-report/facial-recognition-marketCovid impact analysis:the report is attuned with the latest market changes and economic landscape with regard to the currently unfolding COVID-19 pandemic.

It has also brought an economic slowdown that has affected the business of the key manufacturers of the industry.Top key companies include are:NEC Corporation, Cognitec Systems, Aware Inc., FaceFirst Inc., Safran SA, Panasonic Corporation, Gemalto NV, Key Lemon Ltd., Ayonix Corporation, and Face++.Request a Sample Copy of the Report @ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample/640Segmentation :Emergen Research has segmented the global facial recognition market on the basis of component, technology, application, end use, and region:Component Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)HardwareSoftwareTechnology Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)2D Facial Recognition3D Facial RecognitionFacial AnalyticsApplication Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)Physical SecurityID ManagementCriminal InvestigationBusiness IntelligencePhoto Indexing and SortingRegional Analysis:The report sheds light on the region expected to dominate the Facial Recognition market in the coming years.

The report estimates the market size in terms of volume and value and offers an accurate estimate of the market share each region is anticipated to hold during the forecast period.

The regional analysis offers an idea about the production and consumption pattern, import/export, supply and demand ratio, revenue contribution, market share and size, and the presence of prominent players in each region.Purchase this report at an exclusively discounted rate @ https://www.emergenresearch.com/select-license/640Key questions addressed in the report:What are the key factors driving the global Facial Recognition market?Who are the key manufacturers in this market space?Who are the distributors, traders and dealers of this market?What are the market opportunities and risks affecting the performance of the vendors in the global Facial Recognition market?What are the sales and revenue estimations for the top manufacturers in this market over the projected timeline?Table of ContentChapter 1.

Monte Martin 2017-05-05
img

p Ride-sharing firm Uber is facing a criminal investigation by the US government.

The scrutiny has started because the firm is accused of using "secret" software that let it operate in regions where it was banned or restricted.

The software, called "greyball", helped it identify officials seeking to stop the service running.

A spokesman for Uber declined to comment on the investigation, reported the Reuters news agency.

It is claimed greyball was used in several areas, including Portland, Oregon, where the ride service was still seeking official approval to operate.

In those areas, transport regulation officials posed as passengers in a bid to prove that the company was operating illegally.

Jermaine Dusenbery 2017-05-05
img

p Federal authorities have begun a criminal investigation into Uber’s use of Greyball, a software tool that the company used to evade local officials in places where the service had not been formally approved, which notably includes Portland, Oregon.

This is according to Reuters, which cited two unnamed sources in its Thursday evening report.

The Department of Justice did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.

“We’re not commenting,” Aaron McLear, an Uber spokesman, e-mailed Ars.

“But I’ve attached our letter to Portland, Oregon, officials which gives as much detail as we have given about this technology.”

McLear included a recently-published letter and attachment that was sent to Portland officials, noting that the company had not deployed Greyball in Portland since April 2015.

Tom Brown 2019-03-14
img

Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg has another headache to contend with, after it was reported that federal prosecutors have begun a criminal investigation into the firm’s data-sharing agreements.

In December it emerged that leading tech firms and consumer brands such as Amazon, Apple, Spotify, Microsoft and Netflix had struck deals with Facebook to harvest the personal data of millions of its users, including private messages.

The controversial data sharing deals had been revealed after an investigation by the New York Times (NYT), but Facebook insisted at the time that it had done nothing wrong.

But now another article in the New York Times has alleged that a grand jury in New York has subpoenaed records from at least “two prominent makers of smartphones and other devices.”

The report, cited two people familiar with the requests, said that both these companies had entered into partnerships with Facebook, “gaining broad access to the personal information of hundreds of millions of its users.”

It seems that Facebook’s data-sharing deals are being investigated by prosecutors with the United States attorney’s office for the Eastern District of New York.

William Franklin 2018-12-03
img

“Hacks into email account of victim and accesses social media of victim (snapchat) thereafter alters information within and posts false and embarrassing threads in the name of victim”

Police forces across the UK and Wales are spending more time each year investigating cyber incidents and crimes related to social media platforms.

New research from the think tank Parliament Street has found a 14 percent increase in computer “hacking” in the past two financial years, with police forces in the UK and Wales launching 2,547 investigations into reports of cybercrime over the last two years.

Many of the police forces who responded to Parliament Street’s enquiries also provided police notes on the type of crime report and the investigation’s status.

Many of these can be identified as clear cybercrime incidents, such as a report from Norfolk and Suffolk that reads: “During hours of darkness in rural market town unknown person has instigated a virus in private business server which has encrypted personal data files which can only be accessed by the users by paying a ransom of 1087 Bitcoins.”

However, police forces are also required to commit resources to cyber incidents that stem from poor IT security practices, including where people are handing out their password to friends and family, only to discover at a later data that their accounts have seen some form of unauthorised access.

Duane Harrison 2021-05-19
img
And the Trump Organization is subject to a criminal investigation by the New York attorney general's office.
Diksha Pote 2021-11-05

As per a report published by MRFR on the global forensic swab market, the market is expected to achieve a CAGR of 5.8% while accumulating revenues worth USD 49.09 Mn in the period of the forecast from 2018 to 2023.

The market is expected to witness notable development due to the presence of notable players who are modifying the competitive landscape favorably.The development of the forensic swab market is centered on the demand that is being generated from the forensic and medical sector primarily.

The use of genetic material in a criminal investigation to deal with questions pertaining to legal situations, such as criminal and civil cases is also increasing the demand for forensic swabs globally.

The market is projected to be restrained by the high costs DNA free forensic swabs and the relatively irregular supply of new products in the market.Competitive AnalysisThe global forensic swab market’s growth is expected to be highlighted by the intense competition, frequent changes in government as well as rapid advances in the product mix.

The points related to cost, reliability, and quality of the products are expected to improve the chances for the growth of the manufacturers.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Sirchie, Merck KGaA, Copan Italia S.p.A., SARSTEDT AG & Co. KG, MWE, Luna, Puritan Medical Products, Becton, Dickinson and Company, and Medtech Forensics are some of the market players included in the report.Segmental AnalysisThe segmental analysis of the Forensic Swab Market is segmented on the basis of type of swab shaft, type, end-user, and region.

Larry Armitage 2019-03-08
img

Several brottsanmälningar has come out against Maria Wetterstrandom unlawful insider trading, but prosecutors at the serious fraud office has decided not to initiate any investigations against her, writes Dagens industri.

”the facts of the case gives no reason to believe that criminal offences (insider dealing) under public prosecution has taken place,” writes the authority, according to the newspaper.

Wetterstrand has received criticism for sitting on multiple chairs.

She has led a government inquiry on the future of aviation fuel at the same time as she has been the owner and director of the company Cortus Energy to develop renewable jet fuel.

Marc Anderson 2021-07-23
img
This comes after a single-judge bench at Karnataka HC led by Justice P.S. Dinesh Kumar had dismissed Amazon and Flipkart’s writ petition on June 11 which challenged the CCI probe against their business practices, commissioned in January, last year
Carlos Edelstein 2017-05-05
img

p Uber is facing a criminal investigation by the US government over its use of technology that helps drivers avoid officials trying to clamp down on the ride-sharing firm.

Uber is accused of using the software, known as “Greyball”, to evade local regulators in regions where the company was not yet allowed to operate.

It is claimed Uber used the technology in places such as US city Portland to identify transport officials and prevent them from booking a ride.

Uber declined to comment on the investigation, which was launched by the US Justice Department.

It told Portland authorities that Greyball was used “exceedingly sparingly” in the city before regulators approved its service in 2015.

A Californian grand jury has asked for documents explaining where the Greyball technology, which was first uncovered by the New York Times, was used and how it worked, according to Reuters.

William Hill 2021-02-20
img
The FAA has closed its investigation into SpaceX and found that an explosion during testing of the Starship rocket prototype did not put the public in danger.
Ronald Mitchell 2020-09-29
img
Sergeant Matiu Ratana, known as Matt, who died after being shot at a police station in Croydon, south London.

The suspect in the fatal shooting of Sergeant Matt Ratana remains in critical condition and detectives have not yet been able to speak to him, the Met Police have said.

Ratana died in hospital after being shot by a handcuffed suspect at a custody suite in Croydon, south London, on Friday. 

In a statement released on Tuesday afternoon, the Met Police said they were carrying out “detailed searches” at an address in Southbrook Road, Norbury and another address off Park Road, Banstead, Surrey. 

Police said the second location includes access to several derelict buildings and more than 30 acres of land, with the “complex” search expected to take days.

A suspect, named as Louis De Zoysa, 23, remains in critical condition in hospital. Police said they have not yet been able to speak to him.

A second suspect remains in custody after being arrested on Sunday in Norwich, Norfolk, on suspicion of supplying a firearm.

Deputy assistant commissioner Stuart Cundy, who is leading the investigation, said: “It is four days since the murder of our colleague and our work continues at a high tempo.

“We have traced a number of witnesses who have been able to contribute significant information about the events leading up to the shooting.

“We continue to pursue multiple lines of inquiry and consider the results of initial forensic examinations, including of the gun recovered from custody.

“The murder of Sgt Ratana sent shockwaves through the Metropolitan Police Service. Nevertheless his colleagues are determined to find justice for him and his family.”

The statement came after Sgt Ratana’s partner, Su Bushby, paid tribute to the 54-year-old, saying: “There aren’t really any words for how I am feeling right now about the loss of Matt; about losing someone I loved and was so close to in such a tragic manner.

“I know Matt touched many, many people’s lives with his friendliness, patience, kindness, enthusiasm and caring ways.

“I had the pleasure of sharing five years of my life with this lovely man – my gentle giant, with his infectious smile and big heart. I think of him with tenderness and love.

“Matt was my partner, friend, confidant, support and soul mate. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Matt will always be in my head and in my heart.”

Gerald Hurtado 2021-07-19
img
Jeff McConney has reportedly testified for the Manhattan district attorney's criminal investigation into the Trump Organization.
James Mckinnis 2021-05-19
img
And the Trump Organization is subject to a criminal investigation by the New York attorney general's office.