|Author:||Carter M. Webb,Paul W. Dobrev|
|Title:||Organized Crime, Gangs and Trafficking (Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections)|
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|Publisher:||Nova Science Pub Inc (April 1, 2011)|
Organized Crime, Gangs & Trafficking (Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections). Publisher : Nova Science Publishers Inc.
Series Statement: Criminal justice, law enforcement and corrections. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Formatted Contents Note: Organized crime in the United States : trends and issues for Congress, Kristin M. Finklea Leading organized crime problems, James O. Finckenauer and Ko-Lin Chin Scope and patterns of organized crime, James O. Finckenauer and Ko-Lin Chin Threat, impact and harm to the United States, James O. Finckenauer and Ko-Lin Chin Taiwan gangs, James O. Finckenauer and Ko-Lin Chin Hong.
Organized crime plays a significant role in human trafficking in countries worldwide. Often beginning as a voluntary action, human trafficking quickly turns into the recruitment, transport, and control of an individual. The criminal act not only involves trafficking an individual, but also the demand for exorbitant fees to transport a person and create fraudulent passport documents. Once an individual has arrived in a new country, the organized crime members remain in control and usually force the immigrant into prostitution or forms of slavery such as working in a sweatshop. In Spain, the Triad gangs have infiltrated a small Chinese community and have corrupted both law enforcement and government agencies. When someone dies in this town, the Triad gangs simply give the person a new identity by recycling their legal citizenship documents.
In Gangs and Organized Crime, George W. Knox, Gregg W. Etter, and Carter F. Smith offer an informed and carefully investigated examination of gangs and organized crime groups, covering street gangs, prison gangs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and organize. They take a multidisciplinary approach that combines criminal justice, public policy and administration, law, organizational behavior, sociology, psychology, and urban planning perspectives to provide insight into the actions and interactions of a variety of groups and their members. This textbook is ideal for criminal justice and sociology courses on gangs as well as related course topics like gang behavior, gang crime and the inner city, organized crime families, and transnational criminal groups.
The building of criminal investigative and other law enforcement capacity is a core component of UNODC's work. Technical assistance includes institutional and operational capacity building of law enforcement and judicial bodies to strengthen investigation and prosecution of organized crimes. Training is offered to police investigators, prosecutors and judges, criminal intelligence analysts, specialized drug and organized crime investigators and customs officials
Although the models of Organized Crime are numerous, the Bureaucratic and the Patron-client models are used most often in law enforcement. This is because the former has a certain romantic appeal, ala The Godfather movie and the later appears to indicate how these organizations are generally composed. Regardless, each model is useful to law enforcement for through these, agents are better able to visualize the networks required to conduct such extensive criminal operations. You May Also Like to Read. Define to Defeat Organized Crime.
Learn about drug cartels and organized crime, and much more, at FindLaw's Criminal Charges section. What is considered a drug cartel may vary wildly and can include everything from street gangs to traditional organized crime groups to loosely affiliated individual dealers. However, a drug cartel is generally defined as any organization that promotes, controls, or is significantly involved in drug trafficking. In recent decades, fear of these groups has had a large impact on the law and law enforcement. Read on to learn more about how drug cartels and organized crime syndicates operate and the laws under which they’re prosecuted. Drug Cartels and Organized Crime: Background and History
Organ trafficking and trafficking in persons for the purpose of organ transplantation are recognized as significant international problems . Transnational organized crime and the international criminal court developments and debates. University of Queensland Law Journal, 24, 93–122. Shimazono, Y. (2007). for the whole of 2019. Rent this article via DeepDyve.
Keywords: Gangs; Organized Crime; Terrorism; Law Enforcement. 1Austin Peay State University, . As with gangs and terrorism there exists no universally accepted definition of organized. Organized crime has not gone away as the FBI has mentioned on several occasions, and. it has its tentacles in a wide variety of criminal and legitimate enterprises.