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POCAProceeds of Crime Act 2002 (UK)
POCAProtection of Children Act (United Kingdom)
POCAPost Office Card Account (est. 2003; UK)
POCAPediatric Perioperative Cardiac Arrest
POCAPostgraduate Cypriot Archaeology (annual conference)
POCAPoint of Closest Approach
POCAPossession of an Open Container of Alcohol
POCAPerformance Oriented Construction Activities (contract type)
POCAPrevention of Corruption Act of 2002 (Mauritius)
POCAPublic Offender Counselor Association (now International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors)
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Merseyside Police told the ECHO the force uses Wilsons when assets are seized under the POCA.
"Income generated from the sales of POCA items is submitted to the Home Office who then return a percentage of the money to the force which is shared between the police, victims, courts and the criminal justice system.
Judge Parry said the POCA hearing would be adjourned as there was a related high court hearing being held next week.
Tasharat was ordered to pay PS4.055, Ali PS1,935, Patel PS110, and Barka made to forfeit PS220 to police meaning the POCA action against him was withdrawn.
Between April 2016 and March 2017, the force recovered PS1,963,000 under POCA with another PS733,000 still outstanding.
Money obtained through POCA is used to fund community projects through the Police and Crime Commissioner's Active Citizens Fund.
Cebu Daily News columnist Ricky Poca passed away at dawn today due to cardiac arrest.
Despite Khan being jailed for two-and-a-half years in January, the force's financial investigators set about identifying and recovering money or assets under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA).
Sweeney, of Capel Terrace, Skewen, was back in court to hear the outcome of a Proceeds of Crime Act (Poca) investigation.
A hearing took place at Cardiff Crown Court on Thursday to establish whether a Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) hearing would take place to confiscate assets from the defendants.