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Patrick Peys

Gem Detective

Belgium Federal Police

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Belgium Federal Police

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Detective

Belgian Federal Police Service


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Solving International Gem Theft

Learning about the science and tools of gemstones is a priceless opportunity, according to Patrick Peys of the Belgium Federal Police, an experienced gem detective and lead investigator of the 2003 Antwerp Diamond Center heist of nearly half a billion dollars in diamonds, cash and other valuables.
"There is a big difference between being an operational police officer and having knowledge about the product you're investigating," Peys said. "I'm very involved in diamond investigations, and, as far as I know, GIA is the only organization that is really doing something to bring law enforcement officers together to educate them and get that network working," Patrick Peys said.


http://www.southernjewelrynews.com/latest-news/other-news/928-gia-law-officers-join-forces-to-fight-international-jewelry-crime

Learning about the science and tools of gemstones is a priceless opportunity, according to Patrick Peys, of the Belgium Federal Police, an experienced gem detective and lead investigator of the 2003 Antwerp Diamond Center heist of nearly half a billion dollars in diamonds, cash and other valuables.
"There is a big difference between being an operational police officer and having knowledge about the product you're investigating," Peys said. "I'm very involved in diamond investigations and as far as I know, GIA is the only organization that is really doing something to bring law enforcement officers together to educate them and get that network working," Peys said.


http://jewelleryoutlook.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=367

Learning about the science and tools of gemstones is a priceless opportunity, according to Patrick Peys, of the Belgian Federal Police, an experienced gem detective and lead investigator of the 2003 Antwerp Diamond Centre heist of nearly half a billion dollars in diamonds, cash and other valuables.
"There is a big difference between being an operational police officer and having knowledge about the product you're investigating," Peys said. "I'm very involved in diamond investigations and as far as I know, GIA is the only organization that is really doing something to bring law enforcement officers together to educate them and get that network working," Peys said.


http://customerconnect.nationaljewelernetwork.com/njn/content_display/diamonds/grading/e3ie30e47167303d76afa347d433615261f

Patrick Peys, of the Belgium Federal Police, speaks about a Belgium jewelry heist he investigated at the Gemological Institute of America campus, where investigators from around the world gathered for lessons that will help them pursue jewel thieves.
Photo by Kevin Schumacher/GIA. Carlsbad, Calif.-At the request of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Gemological Institute of America campus in Carlsbad, Calif., hosted a group of special agents and detectives hailing from law enforcement agencies worldwide and provided a two-week crash course in gemology, including lessons in the Four Cs and how to read a gemological grading report.  The information is priceless for investigators tracking jewelry crimes, according to Patrick Peys, of the Belgium Federal Police, an experienced gem detective and lead investigator of the 2003 Antwerp Diamond Center heist of nearly half a billion dollars in diamonds, cash and other valuables. "There is a big difference between being an operational police officer and having knowledge about the product you're investigating," Peys said, according to a release issued by GIA.


http://www.nationaljeweler.com/nj/diamonds/article_detail?id=13834

The information is priceless for investigators tracking jewelry crimes, according to Patrick Peys, of the Belgium Federal Police, an experienced gem detective and lead investigator of the 2003 Antwerp Diamond Center heist of nearly half a billion dollars in diamonds, cash and other valuables.
"There is a big difference between being an operational police officer and having knowledge about the product you're investigating," Peys said, according to a release issued by GIA.


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