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Inspection of crackdown on gang crime
    2018-09-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CENTRAL authorities have launched the first round of an inspection of a national crackdown on gang crime.

From Aug. 27 to Saturday, nine inspection teams were deployed to nine provincial-level regions, including Shanxi, Fujian, Guangdong, Chongqing, and Sichuan.

Meetings were also held in the nine regions, responding to concerns of the public which were highlighted as priorities for the authorities. Clues concerning criminal gangs should be checked in time and major cases should be transferred by law to relevant departments. Clues of discipline and law violations of Party and government officials should be transferred in time to discipline inspection and supervision authorities.

The meetings also urged to crack the “protective umbrellas” behind gangs with zero tolerance.

The nine inspection teams are all headed by provincial-level officials while the deputy heads were selected from member units of the leading group of the national crackdown on gangs and organized crimes.

The length of each inspection team will be one month. Telephone hotlines, as well as post boxes and emails, have been set up to accept public complaints on local gang-related activities. Sources of the complaints will be strictly protected. (Xinhua)

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