Police raid the Hells Angels clubhouse at Seaford, south east of Melbourne, on October 10, 2013. The raid was one of 60 across Victoria
|Victoria's bikie crackdown continues, with new laws banning all convicted criminals from associating with one another set to go before State Parliament this week. When the Hells Angels were evicted from a Seaford property last week, the aim was to bust the gang's private meeting place.|
The Victorian government is now trying to stop them meeting anywhere.
|Victoria follows NSW and South Australia in introducing these type of laws. In NSW, a person can be jailed or up to three years if caught speaking to a convicted criminal on two occasions, after already receiving a police warning. In South Australia, police need only the suspicion that a person is consorting with an organised crime figure to pursue a charge.|
This year, the SA government also made 17 groups including the Hells Angels and Rebels outright illegal organisations.