Technology has advanced at a rapid pace, bringing many benefits to society, but it also has led to changes in crime patterns. Law enforcers’ race against crimes has become even more challenging faced with these technology-facilitated crimes. On many occasions, these techno criminals catch the police off guard.
The idea of a justice system hinges on people’s faith in its ability to offer fair solutions. So justice, as the saying goes, should not only be done, but be seen to be done as well, so that people’s faith in it is kept intact.
In the last two years, at least a dozen people have been shot dead in the capital's Badda by gangs run by some top criminals holed up abroad.
To make money, some authorised arms dealers are allegedly selling legally imported and licensed guns to underworld criminals and their accomplices.
In recent years, the country's northwestern border in Chapainawabganj has emerged as a major route for smuggling in arms. It has of late become militants' most preferred point for collecting illegal firearms and explosives. This is the route through which terror outfit “Neo JMB” smuggled in the guns and bombs used in last year's Gulshan café attack. With such chilling information surfacing, Shariful Islam visits the zero line area of Indo-Bangla border in the district to investigate how the illicit trade goes on there so easily.
An assistant superintendent of police (ASP) of Savar highway circle was killed by unidentified assailants hours after he left his Uttara
Miscreants shot dead an accused of several criminal cases today when he was coming out of Jessore jail on bail.
Over 3,200 people are detained countrywide on the third day of the anti-militancy crackdown. Among them only 34 were suspected militants.