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Number of Criminal Acts Increases in 2006

Tacen, 19 March - Slovenian police achieved a breakthrough in fighting white-collar and organised crime as well as corruption in 2006, but its record on petty crime and road safety was worse, police director general Joze Romsek said on Monday as he presented the annual report on police activities.

Tacen, Police Academy
Police chief Joze Romsek presents the 2006 annual report, which indicates that white-collar and organised crime as well as corruption are on the rise.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Tacen, Police Academy
Police chief Joze Romsek presents the 2006 annual report, which indicates that white-collar and organised crime as well as corruption are on the rise.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Tacen, Police Academy
Aleksander Jevsek, the chief of the criminal police, presents the 2006 annual report, which indicates that white-collar and organised crime as well as corruption are on the rise.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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