Discussion-organized crime and the classifications of organized crime, law homework help

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"Organized or Otherwise? Scenario" Please respond to the following:

  • In Week 9, you explored the realm of organized crime and the classifications of organized crime. Based on what you covered in the lesson, answer the following discussion question:
    • Discuss how you would classify the group referenced in the scenario, determining whether you would label the group as an organized crime group or if there are specific elements that make the group something different. Explain why you think this, justifying your position with information contained in the lesson.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2asUnSXZGo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EEtz630ZZM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ypa_-cIK8M4

http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/33-suspected-orlando-gang-members-charged-racketee/nSmwt/

https://blackboard.strayer.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/CRJ/105/1136/Week9-1136/Scenario/Scenario%20Video%20W9-1.html

https://blackboard.strayer.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/CRJ/105/1136/Week9-1136/Scenario/Scenario%20Video%20W9-2.html


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CRJ105 – Week 9 Scenario Organized or Otherwise? Slide # 01 Slide Title Introduction Dialogue No dialogue 02 “This week is a great week to discuss ‘Organized Crime’.” Sergeant’s Office The Breakdown Looking at opened file folder 03 Sergeant: I hope you had a restful weekend because it looks like we're going to have a busy week. We have the opportunity to add to your growing foundation of knowledge on crime and criminal behavior. Over the past several weeks, you've seen a wide variety of crimes and criminals, as well as some dealings with victims. This week is a good week to discuss organized crime, as it affects our district. We've been experiencing activity lately that leads us to believe that at least one group, if not more, is developing quite an enterprise and we want to get a handle on this before it spirals out of control. Sergeant: Let's begin by reviewing what the textbook definition of Organized Crime is. It can be defined as "any group having some manner of a formalized structure and whose primary objective is to obtain money through illegal activities." This particular organized crime group has been involved in a number of burglaries and stolen property operations in the area. We believe that this group may be tied to one of the local gangs; however, we can't support that. The group employs younger males and females to break into homes and steal stuff. The group then takes the merchandise to a contact in the area, who pays the males and females a small fee for it. Their contact person deals directly with people in the area that are known to buy stolen merchandise-we call them "fences." This contact person then sells the merchandise to the fence, or fences depending on how much they have on hand, and pockets the profit. The fences are all independent to the best of our knowledge. The fences then put the stolen merchandise back into the community through legitimate businesses in the area for their cut of the proceeds. I know this might be a little confusing, but these offenders have been operating in the same way for quite a while. What are your thoughts? 04 Conclusion No dialogue ...
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Running head: ORGANIZED CRIME

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ORGANIZED CRIME
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ORGANIZED CRIME

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Organized crime can be defined as any group that has a formalized structure with its main
aim of making money from illegal activities (Abadinsky, 2016). This s...

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