Europol

  • Match-fixing in football: How deep is the rot? February 5, 2013

    Football expert Novy Kapadia wants FIFA to clamp down on match-fixing after European police claimed Monday that several matches were fixed worldwide over the last few years. ...
  • European betting firms say they're less at risk from match-fixing February 5, 2013

    London: A rigorous integrity system, clear audit trails and information sharing with sports federations mean European betting firms are less at risk than Asian counterparts from gamblers hoping to profit from match-fixing, three British-based firms said on Tuesday. An inquiry by European police forces, the European anti-crime agency Europol, and national...
  • FIFA reacts to Europol's fixing revelations February 5, 2013

    "FIFA and the football community are committed to tackling this problem but we won't succeed alone," the apex body said. ...
  • Singapore police helping Europol over match-fixing claims February 5, 2013

    Singapore: Singapore's police said on Tuesday it was helping its European counterparts investigate a syndicate accused of fixing the outcome of hundreds of soccer matches. "The authorities in Singapore are assisting the European authorities in their investigations into an international match-fixing syndicate that purportedly involves Singaporeans," the Southeast Asian city-state's police...
  • World Cup and Champions League matches fixed: European police February 4, 2013

    The Hague, Netherlands: A wide-ranging match-fixing investigation has uncovered more than 680 suspicious matches - including World Cup and European Championship qualifiers and two Champions League games - and found evidence that a Singapore-based crime group is closely involved in match-fixing, Europol said Monday. The investigation by Europol, the European Union's...
  • Global paedophile ring busted, 184 arrested March 17, 2011

    London: A global paedophile ring has been busted in Europe and 184 people have been arrested. Till now 230 children have been rescued from the UK, US and Australia among other countries. European Law Enforcement Organisation, Europol, has also identified 670 suspected offenders. "Six-hundred-and-seventy suspects have been identified, 184 arrests have...