Criminal Organizations and Law Analysis in Canada

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Essay #: 061893
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Criminal Organizations and Law Analysis in Canada
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Criminal Organizations and Laws in Canada
One hundred years ago crime was pretty simple. People got guns and robbed stagecoaches or trains that were carrying large payloads across the country. Fifty years ago people got guns and robbed banks. Today, all criminals have to do is have access to a computer and know some semi-sophisticated software skills to rob a bank or another financial institution. Robbery has changed as a criminal enterprise, and as it has become more sophisticated so have the criminals. Criminal organizations in Canada include any enterprising activities such as drug trafficking, prostitution, illegal gambling, loan...
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.....y to make a sale and have a satisfied customer.
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CA controlled drugs and substances act (CDSA): Legislative history. (2010). Isomer Design. Retrieved from http://isomerdesign.com/Cdsa/legislation.php
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Working together to combat organized crime. (2006). National Agenda to Combat Organized Crime. Retrieved from www.http://ppublicsafety.gc.ca/prg/le/oc/_fl/ogcrime06_e.pdf