Victoria’s new police taskforce cracking down on organised crime | 7NEWS

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Battle lines have been drawn with Victoria Police vowing to smash gangs, bikies and organised crime. From Monday, police taskforce Viper will take on escalating gun violence that’s spilling onto the streets of Melbourne.

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