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Dr. James Treadwell provides an overview of Organised crime, in terms of both its national and transnational forms and outlines a range of different models that can be used to explain the form and function of organised crime:


  • Clan model
  • "Family Firm" model
  • Market model
  • Corporate Hierarchy model
  • "Disorganised" Organised crime
  • Network Structure model






















Organised Crime

Crime Channel: Globalisation

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