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Text   New act to take the profit out of crime
textApril 6, 2009 - Fredericton
textAttorney General
textPublic Safety
New legislation is now in force that gives the New Brunswick attorney general the authority to sell or dispose of property that has been seized, restrained or forfeited to the provincial government under the Criminal Code and the federal Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Attorney General T.J. Burke and Public Safety Minister John W. Foran issued this reminder that the Management of Seized and Forfeited Property Act is now in effect.  From left: Chief Superintendent Wayne Lang, officer in charge, criminal operations, RCMP J Division; Foran; Chief Barry MacKnight, president, New Brunswick Association of Chiefs of Police; and Burke.
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