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"TWOC is an acronym standing for Taking Without Owner's Consent. Synonyms used by police in the UK include UTMV: Unauthorised Taking of a Motor Vehicle, and TADA or TDA: Taken and Driven Away. TWOC derives from the wording of S12 Theft Act 1968 and it has become the term used by the police in England and Wales to describe any unauthorised use of a car or other conveyance that is not actual theft. Since the taking need not involve an intention to permanently deprive the owner of the car, it is easier to prove than theft (this having an element of with the intention to permanently deprive the owner of their goods). The term came to prominence with a sharp rise in car crime in the early-1990s.
In police slang usage, twoc became a verb, with twoccing and twoccers used respectively to describe car theft and those who perpetrate it: these usages subsequently filtered into general British slang." (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TWOC)