- Organized crime — Corruption
The legal response at an international level to the threat of transnational organized crime has been plagued by difficulty in deciding on an appropriate target: the ‘king pins’ involved in diverse forms of transnational crime, the suppression of criminal activities that criminal organizations become involved in, or pursuit of the organizations themselves. This chapter explores the nature of transnational organized crime and the failure of efforts to settle on a definition. It then turns to the substitute adopted at an international level—the notion of an ‘organized criminal group’, and examines how it serves as the lynchpin of a set of offences developed to try to counter transnational organized crime.
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