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What happens to the money seized in police raids?

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if it can be proved its not tied up in any criminality then the money returns

 

if not new uniforms

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police report prob 70% of it

 

 

they distribute the rest

 

 

 

come on... u think police actually declare and hand over ALL SEIZED MONEY...

 

 

LOOL

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if it can be proved its not tied up in any criminality then the money returns

 

"Feds hit my yard/

took 20 stacks/

but they couldn't find shit so they gave it all back/

made it out the hood I ain't tryna go back/

I trap them roads I ain't tryna get catch/

I take them beats, now I rap/

Almost got through the door but they put it on latch/

Twitter beef who? Twitter beef how?/

If I follow that nigga it'll be too his house/

c*ck back my ting, put it in his mouth/

Look in his eyes nigga talk tough now (bu bu bu bu bu bu boooow!)"

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if it can be proved its not tied up in any criminality then the money returns

"Feds hit my yard/

took 20 stacks/

but they couldn't find sh*t so they gave it all back/

made it out the hood I ain't tryna go back/

I trap them roads I ain't tryna get catch/

I take them beats, now I rap/

Almost got through the door but they put it on latch/

Twitter beef who? Twitter beef how?/

If I follow that nigga it'll be too his house/

c*ck back my ting, put it in his mouth/

Look in his eyes nigga talk tough now (bu bu bu bu bu bu boooow!)"

Didn't know you listened to that kind of urban jargon you seem tag us all with .
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if it can be proved its not tied up in any criminality then the money returns

"Feds hit my yard/

took 20 stacks/

but they couldn't find sh*t so they gave it all back/

made it out the hood I ain't tryna go back/

I trap them roads I ain't tryna get catch/

I take them beats, now I rap/

Almost got through the door but they put it on latch/

Twitter beef who? Twitter beef how?/

If I follow that nigga it'll be too his house/

c*ck back my ting, put it in his mouth/

Look in his eyes nigga talk tough now (bu bu bu bu bu bu boooow!)"

Didn't know you listened to that kind of urban jargon you seem tag us all with .

 

I heard it once and remembered it.

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LOL

 

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trap g you always seem to be the expert on these criminal/legal matters 

 

tell us what happens

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I only know how criminal law works and what the process from when a crime first takes place all the way through to sentencing and appeals.

When it comes to internal police processes outside that I have no idea

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it's not rocket science imo

 

if those it's seized from can't prove it's all above board p the govement keep it & use it how they see fit

 

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What happens to the proceeds?

Once certain goods have been disposed of or sold at auction the police then have to decide what to do with the proceeds. The vast majority of this money goes to the Home Office so that it can continue to improve its service in protecting the public.

The criminal justice system in the area of police jurisdiction that the assets were seized is also likely to receive a large injection of funds to help with the funding of local courts, the police service, prisons, and more commonly the work done by probation officers.

In a recent development, a small proportion of the funds will be placed in a project called ‘community cashback’ in which the funds will be distributed into a public project with people of the community often able to vote on what they would like the money to be spent on.

If the police have temporarily confiscated an asset from you, or you have had something stolen and reported it to the police, then you should not be concerned that the police will sell it. If the police can find the true owner of an asset they will, of course, return it.

However, for a large proportion of criminal assets there is little chance of finding the true owner and so the assets are sold to help the police and the Home Office prevent future crimes. Therefore, in an ironic twist, criminals who steal goods may actually be funding the officers that catch them.

 

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