From Wired’s 2009 story about a $100 million diamond heist in Belgium:
Peys and De Bruycker lead the Diamond Squad, the world’s only specialized diamond police. Their beat: the labyrinthine Antwerp Diamond District. Eighty percent of the world’s rough diamonds pass through this three-square-block area, which is under 24-hour police surveillance and monitored by 63 video cameras. About $3 billion worth of gem sales were reported here in 2003, but that’s not counting a hidden world of handshake deals and off-ledger transactions. Business relationships follow the ancient family and religious traditions of the district’s dominant Jewish and Indian dealers, known as diamantaires. In 2000, the Belgian government realized it would require a special type of cop to keep an eye on things and formed the squad. Peys and De Bruycker were the first hires.
I’ve had some wine tonight, but I don’t think I’m being unreasonable when I say that I want to be a member of the Diamond Squad more than anything else in the world. (This is a lie. Being a member of the Diamond Squad is in third place, behind (1) being a globetrotting gentleman diamond thief that the Diamond Squad can never pin down, and (2) starting a rap label called Diamond Squad.)
The point here is this: SUMMER 2015, DIAMOND SQUAD, STARRING JASON STATHAM, CHANNING TATUM, AND THE ROCK.