Pat Clavin

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The head of the Criminal Assets Bureau Det Chief Supt Pat Clavin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Houses seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) from gangland targets have been offered to local authorities rather than risking a potential new own(...)

Det Chief Supt Pat Clavin, who leads the Criminal Assets Bureau, said a wide variety of crime was being examined by his staff, but the drugs trade remained the predominant criminal activity targeted. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) is targeting more criminals in west and south Dublin than anywhere else in the State. The bureau opened more cases l(...)

INM, publishers of the Irish Independent, is to seek shareholder approval on Wednesday for its much-anticipated takeover by Mediahuis. Photograph:   Dara Mac Donaill

Monday Indicators: UK distributive trades (Jun); German business climate, current conditions and expectations (Jun). Meetings: Beyond Brexit: Where (...)

Floral tributes outside the church of St Nicholas of Myra after the funeral of David Byrne in Dublin, in February, 2016

Anyone who stood outside St Nicholas of Myra church on Francis Street in Dublin’s south inner city on the day of David Byrne’s funeral three years ago(...)

Kinahan cartel: Liam Byrne heads what the Criminal Assets Bureau calls the “Byrne organised-crime group”

Liam Byrne, a trusted associate of the Kinahan cartel, is among the most powerful figures in Irish organised crime Like a stereotypical London v(...)

A camper van seized by Cab officers during a search operation on Wednesday

Gardaí have searched 10 properties, including accountants’ and solicitors’ offices, as part of an investigation by the Criminal Assets Bureau into a y(...)

The Jessbrook Equestrian Centre, built by convicted drug trafficker John Gilligan beside his home. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has sold the last piece of property on the Jessbrook estate in Co Kildare that was owned by drugs gang leader John Gi(...)

Cash seized in Wexford town on Saturday.  Photograph: Garda Press Office

A network of car garages in Ireland and the UK is being used by drugs gangs to pay each other for consignments of drugs and to launder the proceeds of(...)

The head of the Criminal Assets Bureau, Det Chief Supt Pat Clavin,  said criminals are increasingly converting their cash into assets that could be taken outside the State in plain sight. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

Irish organised crime gangs have become more savvy in disguising their investments and money laundering but they are still being undone by the need to(...)

A file photograph of a stolen BMW being recovered by gardaí. Many criminals involved in organised crime are now opting to drive less ostentatious vehicles.  Photograph: Garda Síochána

Many criminals involved in organised crime are now opting to drive lower-value, less ostentatious vehicles in a bid to avoid attracting attention, the(...)

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