The police authorities have positioned groups that repeatedly commit special fraud and robbery against perpetrators such as "black bites" as "anonymous and fluid criminal groups" and are strengthening their investigation system.
On the 26th, at a meeting of senior investigators from all over the country, National Police Agency Commissioner Yasuhiro Roki instructed the group to use all laws and regulations to crack down on the group and lead to the arrest of the ringleaders and leaders.
The meeting held in Tokyo on the afternoon of the 26th was attended by more than 300 people, including senior police investigators from all over Japan.
In his speech, Secretary Nobuki stated that the criminal situation "has expanded to a form that could not be imagined before," such as special fraud in which the perpetrators of black jobs and other perpetrators are perpetrators, and robberies carried out in broad daylight in downtown areas, and that "it is important to clarify the reality of diverse and changing groups and to conduct strategic enforcement that makes full use of all penal laws and regulations."
The police authorities have newly positioned groups that commit crimes while repeatedly separating and dispersing through loose ties such as SNS as "anonymous and fluid criminal groups" and are strengthening their investigation system.
Commissioner Roki instructed that tracking the flow of funds from these criminal groups would lead to investigations of the ringleaders, and that the National Police Agency should actively cooperate with foreign investigative agencies in order to arrest those who are hiding overseas.