11 August 2011
39 White-Collar Criminals Arrested In Island-Wide Operation
The Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) coordinated a two-day island-wide operation involving police officers from CAD and the Police Land Divisions commencing from 10 August 2011.
30 August 2010
Crime Alert: New variation of Lucky Draw Scam
The Singapore Police Force would like to warn the public against falling prey to a new variation of the lucky draw scam which surfaced in Singapore recently.
30 June 2010
Crime Prevention Advisory - Email Scams
The Police would like to remind the public to continue to be vigilant against email scams which may be perpetrated in various forms.
25 June 2010
16 To Be Charged For Motor Vehicle Insurance Fraud
Ten men and six women, aged between 20 and 65 years, will be hauled to Court for making fraudulent motor vehicle injury claims against motor vehicle insurance companies.
2 June 2010
SPF Wins Prestigious VISA Recognition Award
The Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) of the Singapore Police Force (SPF) was presented with the prestigious VISA Recognition Award at the yearly VISA International Security Summit held today in Hanoi , Vietnam.
31 May 2010
Joint Statement By The Commissioner Of Charities And The Singapore Police Force
The Office of the Commissioner of Charities (COC) and the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) of the Singapore Police Force (SPF) have commenced investigations into some financial transactions involving several individuals and companies, related or connected to the City Harvest Church.
21 May 2010
49 Year-Old Man With Cash Of Over $80,000 Arrested For Failing To Give Accurate Report Of Cross Border Cash Movement
On 20 May 2010 between 8am and 12pm, officers from the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) conducted a joint operation at the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal to enforce the reporting of cross border movements of physical currency or bearer negotiable instruments (CBNI).
23 March 2010
Crime Alert: New Variation Of Lucky Draw Phone Scam
Recently, there have been reported cases of a new variation of the "Lucky Draw Phone Scam" where scammers have been sending SMS notifications to members of the public via an overseas phone line, claiming that the recipients have won cash of £925,000 in a worldwide “Phone Top-Up Win Promotion” and that the money is ready to be sent to them.
30 June 2009
Travellers Reminded To Declare When Bringing SGD 30,000 Or More Into Or Out Of Singapore
On 25 June 2009 , Police and the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) conducted a joint operation at the Singapore Cruise Centre (SCC) to enforce the reporting of cross border movements of physical currency (CBNI).
20 June 2008
Foreigners Arrested For Theft Using Cloned Cards
Police arrested a man and a woman on suspicion of using cloned credit cards and ATM cards to make fraudulent withdrawals at local ATMs.
12 December 2007
Appeal For Information - Fraudulent Use Of Stolen Credit Card
The Police are currently investigating a case of Cheating using a stolen credit card. The offences were committed on 4 April 2007.
13 November 2007
Sunshine Empire Pte Ltd
The Commercial Affairs Department (CAD) has commenced investigation into the affairs of Sunshine Empire Pte Ltd.
3 November 2007
One Singaporean Falls Prey to Lottery Scam Every Day
The number of people falling prey to lottery scam fraudsters remains a concern to Police. In the past month, on average, 1 Singaporean falls victim to it daily. So far this year, more than 210 victims have been cheated of over S$2 million.
New Measure To Combat Terrorism Financing And Money Laundering
From 1 November 2007 onwards, persons who move into or out of Singapore physical currency or bearer negotiable instruments (CBNI) the total value of which exceeds SGD 30,000 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) will be required to give a report by filling up a form and submitting it to the authorities.
Lottery Scam Update - More Than S$1.5 Million Cheated
Police would like to advise the public to continue to be wary of "Lottery/Lucky Draw Scams". The scams involve a variety of schemes, all designed to dupe victims into parting with their money.
Lottery Scam Alert - A Crime Prevention Advisory
Police would like to advise the public to be wary of "Lottery Scams". The scams involve a variety of schemes, all designed to dupe victims into parting with their money.
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