Table of Contents:
- What do you mean by organized crime?
- Is corruption and organized crime?
- How do you counter transnational organized crime?
- What are transnational organized crime activities?
- What are some transnational issues?
What do you mean by organized crime?
Organized crime is a continuing criminal enterprise that rationally works to profit from illicit activities that are often in great public demand. Its continuing existence is maintained through corruption of public officials and the use of intimidation, threats or force to protect its operations.
Is corruption and organized crime?
Instrumental violence, corruption and money laundering are regarded as key defining characteristics of organised crime.
How do you counter transnational organized crime?
- Start at Home: Taking Shared Responsibility for Transnational Organized Crime.
- Enhance Intelligence and Information Sharing.
- Protect the Financial System and Strategic Markets against Transnational Organized Crime.
- Strengthen Interdiction, Investigations, and Prosecutions.
What are transnational organized crime activities?
There are many activities that can be characterized as transnational organ- ized crime, including drug trafficking, smuggling of migrants, human trafficking, money-laundering, trafficking in firearms, counterfeit goods, wildlife and cultural property, and even some aspects of cybercrime.
What are some transnational issues?
Some transnational challenges, including terrorism, criminal networks, and piracy are long-standing and familiar; but there are also a number of transnational challenges, such as water stress, human trafficking, and smuggling, that are increasingly being cited as having a direct link to U.S. national security.
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