gangbusting

gangbusting

(ˈɡæŋˌbʌstɪŋ)
n
(Sociology) the activity of a gangbuster
adj
1. (Sociology) acting to detect or break up criminal organisations
2. extremely successful; fantastic
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FUNDING for gangbusting youth services in riothit areas has been slashed by Government cuts.
The Safer Birmingham Partnership, which is behind Project Safe and Sound, hopes the technology will help to continue the city's gangbusting success.
FIANNA Fail yesterday branded Fine Gael and Labour's stance on tough new gangbusting laws as hypocritical.
Last night, Detective Superintendent Kevin Bullas praised his team of gangbusting detectives at the Murder Investigation Unit.
The gangbusting outfit was set up by former Labour leader Ruairi Quinn TD - who was Finance Minister at the time.
The officer runs the gangbusting Xcalibre Task Force.
The Safer Birmingham Partnership, which is behind the move, known as Project Safe and Sound, said it hoped the technology would help to continue the city's gangbusting success.
In the TV series, which ran for four years from 1959, Stack played gangbusting federal agent Ness, with his trademark three-piece suit and shoulder holster.