Controlling Organized Crime Paper

Apr 8th, 2015
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Write a minimum 1750-2,100-word paper—using the definitions, principles, and theories from previous weeks’ assignment—in which you establish a thesis regarding the control of organized crime. o Identify the problems presented and the various relationships established by organized crime. o Describe the legal limitations associated with combating organized crime, including a critique of the major federal laws and strategies that support this effort. o Suggest a realistic solution to control organized crime by discussing and evaluating the effectiveness of organized crime prosecutions.

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Controlling Organized Crime PaperNameClassDateProfessorControlling Organized Crime Paper The organized crime group consists of criminals that work together in order to commit crimes for financial gain. These criminal enterprises will use any means in order to commit crimes including violence and to be successful in profiting at their crimes and avoiding detection by the police. Organized crime groups prey on the weak and take advantage of loopholes in the law in order to establish their illegal enterprises. These groups mask their illegal activities through the use of legitimate businesses and the group is structured like a traditional business but gain their income through crimes. In order to properly control organized crime there needs to be an law enforcement response that targets not only physical criminal activity but also cybercrime activity. In current society the organized crime group does not just commit crimes within the boundaries of their territory or within the confines of the nation but now have international reach. Through the use of new transportation and digital technologies the organized crime group has gone transnational. When organized crime groups first emerged around prohibition these groups controlled a certain area and used force and coercion to ensure everyone in the area complied. These groups still use violence and coercion to ensure their victims comply but they also take advantage of the anonymity provided by ne

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