This talk examines the nature of organised crime, specifically transnational organized crime. It explores the following aspects: defining organized crime, various dimensions and elements of organized crime, keeping track of trends and developments in organized crime, major challenges, drivers and incentives that makes organized crime so difficult to manage, and lastly it looks at the prospects for the future to manage to and contain organized crime.
Charles Goredema, Senior Research Fellow in the Transnational Threats and International Crimes Division of the Institute for Security Studies
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