Combating organized crime
15:32, 12 march 2019
Officers of the SBU Main Department for Fighting Corruption and Organized Crime blocked the activities of the largest (for the past ten years) Internet drug trafficking network, jointly with Israeli Police and under the procedural supervision of the General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine.
12:21, 11 march 2019
SBU officers in Transcarpathian region jointly with the State Border Guard Service under the procedural supervision of the Prosecutor's Office blocked the smuggling of a large batch of heroin to the EU.
14:42, 09 march 2019
SBU officials prevented the contract murder of an entrepreneur from Kherson region, detaining the organizer of a crime.
09:54, 05 march 2019
The SBU officials terminated activities of an organized group, which was engaged in extorting money from citizens in Vinnytsia.
14:09, 04 march 2019
SBU officials together with the Prosecutor's Office and the State Border Guard Service blocked in Odesa region the smuggling of tobacco products into Ukraine from the territory of the self-proclaimed Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.
15:20, 28 february 2019
SBU officers in Khmelnytskyi blocked organized group specializing in money extortion from citizens with the use of physical and psychological pressure.
10:38, 27 february 2019
The SBU in Sumy region together with the police, under the procedural guidance of the prosecutor's office, ceased activities of the organized group whose members dealt with state oil embezzlement in the territory of the region.
16:39, 21 february 2019
SBU officers in Kharkiv exposed organized group on keeping arsenal of weapons.
14:24, 19 february 2019
SBU officers involved in the Joint Forces Operation along with the National Police stopped an international human trafficking channel.
15:41, 15 february 2019
SBU officers in Odessa in cooperation with the National Police under the procedural supervision of the Prosecutor's Office blocked an organised ethnic group engaged in armed assaults and money/valuables extortion from citizens.
For the Attention of the SBU Head