After the Robbery: Crisis to Resolution
This 20-minute video traces a robbery from crisis to resolution and is designed to help bank robbery victims cope with the emotional trauma of victimization and to inform victims about the criminal justice process Department of Justice
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On 22nd Feburary 2006, a masked gang forced Colin Dixon, a Securitas manager, to unlock the doors to his Tonbridge Depot. Earlier, men posing as police officers have kidnapped Mr Dixon's wife and child in Herne Bay. They threatened to kill them unless he does "what they say". It's a terrifying ordeal and the stakes could not be higher. Inside the depot lie millions of pounds in new and used banknotes. £53 million will be stolen and Kent Police are about to investigate what will become Britain's biggest-ever robbery. The man in charge of the investigation, Detective Chief Investigator Mick Judge, takes up the story.
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