Canadian Organized Crime (2018)

An introductory examination of the major crime groups in Canada, this textbook presents contemporary case studies and criminal justice policies to access which enforcement strategies are best suited to control organized crime. By implementing historical, descriptive, conceptual, and theoretical perspectives throughout, Stephen Schneider provides readers with a broad understanding of the social, political, and economic forces that lead to the continued existence of organized criminal activities. Canadian Organized Crime covers topics in racketeering, drug trafficking, violence and intimidation, money laundering, and intelligence. This widely informative text will appeal to students in criminology, sociology, political science, and law and justice programs as well as to criminal justice professionals and readers interested in organized crime literature.

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Publisher: Canadian Scholars Press Publication date: 2017 Edition: First Available from: Canadian Scholars Press Organized Crime in Canada: Quarterly Summary of Current Events