During a national action against 'mobile banditry', or itinerant criminal groups, the police made 45 arrests. Every day from Tuesday 27 to Friday 27 November, police officers investigated itinerant groups that commit criminal activities such as shoplifting, drugs trafficking, identity fraud and burglaries.
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Doubling summary penal fees has improved traffic behaviour, according to police in Finland. A recent legal amendment has reduced the number of penal orders andl fees issued in September and October.
“These results suggest that doubling the penalties has improved drivers' behaviour on the road,” says Chief Superintendent Heikki Ihalainen of the National Police Board.
Summary penal fees were increased by a government decree from 1 September 2015 onwards. The summary penal fees were doubled, with the exception of the highest fee of 115 euros which was raised to 200 euros.