Typologies within organized crime - 21288

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The typologies of organized criminal gangs are quite diverse, yet each tends to focus on engaging in similar criminal conduct. In some cases, there is even cooperation amongst competing gangs. These super-networks provide compounded challenges for law enforcement that may be ill equipped to investigate both “historic” organized criminal activities and modern ones, such as Internet based crimes.

Activity Resources

  • Abadinsky, H. (2013)., Chapters 7, 8 and 9

Main Task: Compare and Contrast Organized Crime Groups
Understanding crime groups and their cooperation is important to any Criminal Justice professional. Their interactions including feuds as well as cooperation present special challenges to law enforcement. This activity will help you understand the important roles these interactions play in criminal investigations and related research. You will gain this understanding by crafting a scholarly paper that: compares and contrasts various organized crime groups in terms of their:

  • demographics,
  • gender,
  • ethnicity,
  • criminal and financial activities, and
  • socio-political interests.

In writing your paper, be sure to discuss the various forms of interaction between organized crime groups. Identify groups along with their specific characteristics to provide examples throughout your paper.

Support your paper with a minimum of five (5) resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.

Length: 5-7 pages not including title and reference pages

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