Queensland's police minister says 184 bikies have been
charged under the ongoing crackdown on outlaw motorcycle
Jack Dempsey has told parliament the gang members and
associates have been charged with 362 offences.
"We've vowed to smash them and that is exactly what we are
doing," Mr Dempsey said today.
"If they congregate together, we will hunt them down. If they
gather in their club houses, we will be waiting for them.
"We will use the full power of our new laws to make sure they
are removed from our society."
Mr Dempsey said bikies would also be subjected to the
toughest prison regime.
Police had also carried out more than 4000 street checks of
licensed establishments and businesses connected to criminal
bikie gang members, the minister said.
Crime Stoppers had also received "record calls" regarding
"Let it make it clear to all members of criminal gangs - we
intend to wipe you out of existence," Mr Dempsey said.