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    Organized crime causes corruption, threats to society, and issues financially to law-abiding citizens. Every crime doesn’t necessarily have victims if both parties are willing to cooperate. However, crime after crime and after each transaction the public loses. This poses a problem to tax-payers. Billions...
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  • Controlling Organized Crime
    Controlling Organized Crime CJA/384 February 7, 2012 Controlling Organized Crime Criminal activity is an intimate part of today’s society. Criminal activity has no economical, religious, or social boundaries. Individuals commit crime out of greed, social status and lack of moral values...
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    war on terror” in response to the suicide airplane bombings in New York and Washington has had predictably negative human rights consequences. In combating a tiny network of violent political extremists, human rights have in various ways, both intentional and unintentional, been restricted, infringed...
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  • Programs & Policies; the United States Fight Against Organized Crime
    Abstract The purpose of this thesis is to explore programs used by the United States Government in its attempt to rid the country of organized crime. An in-depth look into the history of La Cosa Nostra and their operations will be followed by examinations of governmental programs such as the Internal...
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    The author(s) shown below used Federal funds provided by the U.S. Department of Justice and prepared the following final report: Document Title: Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking and the Implications for Victims: Current Practices and Lessons Learned Heather J. Clawson ; Nicole Dutch...
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  • FRAMEWORK OF ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND COMBATING OF FINANCIAL TERRORISM IN THE ECOWAS REGION
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  • Crime and Policising in Nigeria
    CRIME AND POLICING IN NIGERIA: CHALLENGES AND OPTIONS Etannibi e.o. ALEMIKA Innocent c. Chukwuma CLEEN Foundation Page 2 6/29/2005 © CLEEN FOUNDATION 2004 ISBN: 978-35160-9-4 CLEEN FOUNDATION 1A Afolabi Aina street Off Allen Avenue Ikeja, Lagos – Nigeria Telephones: 234-1-4933195;...
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    Organized Crime: An Evolving Challenge for U.S. Law Enforcement Jerome P. Bjelopera Specialist in Organized Crime and Terrorism Kristin M. Finklea Specialist in Domestic Security January 6, 2012 Congressional Research Service 7-5700 www.crs.gov R41547 CRS Report for Congress Prepared...
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    Patterns of Crime Details Due Points Objectives 1.1 Differentiate between deviance and criminality. 1.2 Analyze the purpose of criminology and the functions of criminologists. 1.3 Determine how criminological research dictates social policy as it relates to crime control...
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  • Controlling Organized Crime
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    Description Criminology is an introductory course in the study of crime and criminal behavior, focusing on the various theories of crime causation. This course highlights the causes of crime, criminal behavior systems, societal reaction to crime, and criminological methods of inquiry. Course Dates 35...
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    gangs with ties to that region operating in the United States. Since FY2008, Congress has appropriated significant amounts of funding for anti-gang efforts in Central America, as well as domestic anti-gang programs. Two recent developments may affect congressional interest in Central American gangs: a...
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  • The Societal Implication of Abolishing Juvenile Court
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