A BOOK-KEEPER involved in a cashlaundering scam linked to ex-tax fugitive Michael Voudouri has been ordered to hand over PS470,000 under a proceeds of crime order.
What does POC stand for?
POC stands for Proceeds of Crime (Canadian legal term)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 263 other meanings of POC in our Acronym Attic
- Power Converter
- Power of Connecting
- Precursor Organic Compound
- Preliminary Operational Capability
- Preliminary Operational Concept
- Pride of Cleveland
- Prisoner of Conscience
- Privately Owned Conveyance
- Probability of Causation
- Probability of Criticality
- Processor Outage Control (CCS #7 & ITU-T)
- Procurement Order Cycle
- Product of Combustion
- Product of Conception (genetics testing)
- Production Office Coordinator (film and television industry)
- Professional Officer Candidate
- Professional Officer Course
- Program of Choice (various organizations)
- Program Organizing Committee (various organizations)
- Progressive Offset Control (Celeris)
Samples in periodicals archive:
2million under Proceeds of Crime proceedings that were launched after he was convicted of mortgage fraud.
Adams, 58, wanted PS651,611 of the PS750,000 he was ordered to pay from the proceeds of crime in 2007 to be written off but Mrs Justice Nicola Davies refused.
Global Financial Integrity (GFI) praised the full European Parliament for voting today to crack down on anonymous shell companies, a major conduit for laundering the proceeds of crime, corruption, and tax evasion.
Committee chair Margaret Hodge (Labour) said: "Crime should not pay, but we found too many criminals who are subject to an order to confiscate the proceeds of crime choosing to spend extra time in prison rather than paying up; PS490m is owed by criminals who have served or are serving more time in prison for non-payment.
An order was made under the Proceeds of Crime Act at a short hearing held at Liverpool magistrates court.
I AM sure that if Vera Baird (failed Labour MP, ex Solicitor General) had actually trained as a Police Officer (even as a Special Constable), she would appreciate that criminality knows no bounds, and that the proceeds of crime should be returned to not only to the victims of that crime but to the National Police Service, thereby contributing to the Greater Good (Let us keep crime cash here, Chronicle, July 24).
A CONVICTED drug dealer from Cardiff has been ordered to pay back more than PS70,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.