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Man indicted for cyber-stalking doctor: Hunting Valley police blotter


 

HUNTING VALLEY, Ohio — Violation of civil stalking protection order, harassing communications, menacing by stalking; Cedar Road: A Beavercreek man, 69, was indicted this month on charges that he continued to harass his former doctor the day after a judge extended a civil stalking protection order for another five years.

A Cuyahoga County Common Pleas judge noted in a Nov. 17 ruling the suspect had made numerous and nearly continuous postings on a variety of websites relating to a surgical procedure performed over a decade ago, and had since become a patient advocate.

But this case centered on six emails over the summer that included references to both death and punishment of doctors. This raised enough concern on the part of the doctor, a Hunting Valley resident, to call police and hire an attorney to file a

Read more at: http://www.cleveland.com/chagrin-valley/index.ssf/2017/12/man_indicted_for_cyber-stalkin.html

Former police officer given 11-year sentence after admitting buying a gun on the dark web

A former police officer has been given an 11-year sentence and will serve half of it behind bars and the remainder on licence after pleading guilty to buying a gun on the dark web.

Allen Kennedy (31), with an address at Strandtown PSNI Station, had admitted possession of a firearm and ammunition, namely a 9mm handgun, silencer and 10 rounds of 9mm ammunition; drugs related charges and perverting the course of justice.

He was sentenced today at Downpatrick Crown Court.

At a previous hearing a prosecution barrister had told the court that Kennedy had used the dark web to try and buy a gun from two undercover police officers.

The court was told Kennedy had made contact with a man on the dark web called ‘Ally’ who he believed could provide him with a firearm “but who was in fact an undercover police operative”.

Kennedy later met one of the undercover officers at Annadale Embankment to buy the firearm in

Read more at: https://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2017/12/14/news/former-police-officer-given-11-year-sentence-after-admitting-buying-a-gun-on-the-dark-web-1211203/

Police Scotland shouldn’t deal with trivial incidents, cyber crime or steward public events says Kenny MacAskill

Police should no longer respond to some minor crimes or steward major public events, former SNP justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has said.

The veteran politician, in government from 2007 to 2014, said officers on the national force he helped set up are now “run ragged” dealing with minor matters others could take care of.

MacAskill’s suggestions were blanked by the Scottish Government last night and opposition parties said he should have fixed problems when he was in charge.

The former MSP also risked a backlash from NHS workers when he said it’s time for the health service to “step up to the plate” on mental health issues which “drain” police resources.

Kenny MacAskill

Writing in a newspaper, MacAskill said: “The days of Dixon of Dock Green, when a police

Read more at: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/cops-shouldnt-deal-minor-incidents-11678958

Police Scotland shouldn’t deal with trivial incidents, cyber crime or …

Police should no longer respond to some minor crimes or steward major public events, former SNP justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has said.

The veteran politician, in government from 2007 to 2014, said officers on the national force he helped set up are now “run ragged” dealing with minor matters others could take care of.

MacAskill’s suggestions were blanked by the Scottish Government last night and opposition parties said he should have fixed problems when he was in charge.

The former MSP also risked a backlash from NHS workers when he said it’s time for the health service to “step up to the plate” on mental health issues which “drain” police resources.

Kenny MacAskill

Writing in a newspaper, MacAskill said: “The days of Dixon of Dock Green, when a police

Read more at: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/cops-shouldnt-deal-minor-incidents-11678958

‘Rangasthalam’ makers approach Cyber Crime Police in wake of leaks

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10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to …

10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to Fight Cyber Crime10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to Fight Cyber Crime

Ten Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges have signed an agreement with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department to collaborate to prevent cyber crime. Along with growing bitcoin adoption in Japan is the number of cybercrime cases including unauthorized access to online accounts and money laundering.

Also read: Japan Increases Lead – Approves Another Four New Cryptocurrency Exchanges

10 Exchanges Collaborate

Ten of Japan’s leading

Read more at: https://news.bitcoin.com/japanese-cryptocurrency-exchanges-police-cyber-crime/

10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to Fight Cyber Crime

10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to Fight Cyber Crime10 Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Tokyo Police Unite to Fight Cyber Crime

Ten Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges have signed an agreement with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department to collaborate to prevent cyber crime. Along with growing bitcoin adoption in Japan is the number of cybercrime cases including unauthorized access to online accounts and money laundering.

Also read: Japan Increases Lead – Approves Another Four New Cryptocurrency Exchanges

10 Exchanges Collaborate

Ten of Japan’s leading

Read more at: https://news.bitcoin.com/japanese-cryptocurrency-exchanges-police-cyber-crime/

Dumka police arrest 4 cyber criminals

Based on a tip-off, the Dumka police on Friday busted a cyber criminal gang and arrested four of its members at Kenduwatard village area within limits of Margomunda police station here on Friday, The police also seized seven Samsung mobile phones, two diaries, one  ATM card ,two additional sim and cash worth Rs 26,000 from the accused,Cyber Dy SP Ram Samad  told the Pioneer .

According to reports the accused have been identified as Tilak Kumar Mandal, Mithun Kumar Mondal son of Bahadur Mandal Jitendra Kumar Mandal and Raj Kumar Mandal son of Rup Lal Mandalfrom Kenduwatard village under Margomunda police station area of Dumka.

Cyber DY SP said that many more gangs are still operating across the region. The accused are between 25-30 years of age. Some of them are working under the guidance of their senior cyber criminals and extended family members, Samad added.

Cyber Dy SP told the pioneer today

Read more at: http://www.dailypioneer.com/state-editions/ranchi/dumka-police-arrest-4-cyber-criminals.html

Police warning West Devon parents after worrying cyber bullying incident

Thursday, 7 December 2017

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POLICE are advising parents to play close attention to their children’s internet activity after recent cyber bullying incidents in the West Devon area.

Police have said there has been an increase of cyber bullying online, including one incident where a YouTube video was set up and broadcast by children under ten-years-old, which showed them telling another child of similar age to commit suicide.

Due to the nature of the incident and the age of the children no further information can be shared of this particular crime but police want to take the opportunity to remind parents to keep a close eye on their children’s activity on the internet.

A police spokesperson said: ‘Children have been setting up their own YouTube account and posting cyber bullying videos that have content which is encouraging other children

Read more at: http://www.tavistock-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=422407&headline=Police%20warning%20West%20Devon%20parents%20after%20worrying%20cyber%20bullying%20incident§ionIs=news&searchyear=2017

Police warning West Devon parents after worrying cyber bullying …

Thursday, 7 December 2017

By Contributor
in Crime

POLICE are advising parents to play close attention to their children’s internet activity after recent cyber bullying incidents in the West Devon area.

Police have said there has been an increase of cyber bullying online, including one incident where a YouTube video was set up and broadcast by children under ten-years-old, which showed them telling another child of similar age to commit suicide.

Due to the nature of the incident and the age of the children no further information can be shared of this particular crime but police want to take the opportunity to remind parents to keep a close eye on their children’s activity on the internet.

A police spokesperson said: ‘Children have been setting up their own YouTube account and posting cyber bullying videos that have content which is encouraging other children

Read more at: http://www.tavistock-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=422407&headline=Police%20warning%20West%20Devon%20parents%20after%20worrying%20cyber%20bullying%20incident§ionIs=news&searchyear=2017