Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

The direct and indirect impacts of organized crime on youth, as offenders and victims [electronic resource] / by Holly Richter-White.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Impacts directs et indirects du crime organisé sur les jeunes à titre de victimes ou de contrevenants.

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1 online resource (52 p.)

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Summary

The issues explored in this report for their possible impact on youth include drugs, alcohol, tobacco, vehicle theft, terrorism, human smuggling and child sexual exploitation, youth gangs, gambling, fraud, corporate organized crime, money laundering, the Internet, computers and software, corporate organized crime, perception of organized crime, police resource allocation, and vulnerable youth populations.

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