CJA384 Models of Organized Crime Executive Summary

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Write a 350- to 700-word executive summary in which you compare distinctions between bureaucratic and patron-client organizations. Include similarities and differences between the main models of organized crime, and explain why the models are important for understanding organized crime. Format your 3 references consistent with APA guidelines.

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Models of Organized Crime Executive SummaryNameClassDateProfessorModels of Organized Crime Executive Summary Organized crime groups are criminal enterprises that function similar to the legitimate organization. These criminal organizations are highly organized and like the legitimate organization the members work together to complete tasks and accomplish goals. Criminal cooperation is essential to the success of the organized crime group as well as the depth of their infiltration in social and political processes. These groups are highly organized and are successful through their use of violence, coercion, intimidation and corruption. These organized crime groups operate both nationally and internationally and are structured after two possible crime modes which consist of the bureaucratic and the patron-client models (Lampe, 2003). In the patron-client organized crime model there is a hierarchal structure consisting of one mafia boss, advisors, captains, and then soldiers. The advisors work directly with the mob boss and one will be considered the second in command. The advisors give orders to the captains who in turn instruct the soldiers on com

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