The Dom Post reports:
The 22-man Assets Recovery Unit will be made up of veteran police investigators and forensic specialists while making use of accountants and legal experts. …
Ms Collins said gangs had changed since the 1970s, becoming sophisticated criminal businesses. Gang bosses owned farms, houses, cars, boats and motorcycles. Some of the seized proceeds would be used to fund methamphetamine rehabilitation and youth aid programmes, and some of it would go back into law enforcement.
I’d be tempted to stick the team on commission – they get 10% of everything they can get off the gangs 🙂
No I am not serious, but it is good to see a dedicated focus in this area.