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The Del Rio Border Patrol Sector is part of the Joint Task Force-West South Texas Corridor, which leverages federal, state and local resources to combat transnational criminal organizations.
There is no evidence that criminal organizations have targeted U.
Oran, who previously filed a criminal complaint against a number of executives and journalists from pro-government media outlets on Wednesday, accusing them of establishing a criminal organization, libel and fabricating evidence of non-existing crimes, submitted a complaint about the same journalists to the Press Council on Thursday.
Studies in Gangs and Cartels is written by two eminent scholars in the field of law enforcement and transnational criminal organizations.
District Court in Eugene don't say which criminal organization police believe was behind the growing operation.
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), concluded a three year multilateral investigation of a drug trafficking cell of the 'Ndrangheta transnational criminal organization.
Northern Command has been working in partnership with Mexico and the Bahamas to tackle the transnational criminal organization problem, said Mahon.
The 24-year-old defendant faces eight counts of conspiracy and consent to commit a crime and participation in a criminal organization.
State-sponsored protection rackets are informal institutions through which public officials refrain from enforcing the law or, alternatively, enforce it selectively against the rivals of a criminal organization, in exchange for a share of the profits generated by the organization.
Alex is horrified when he learns that his father, who he never knew, might have worked as an assassin for a dangerous international criminal organization known as Scorpia.
If a person is charged with a criminal organization offence (and can pay for a lawyer) they will not qualify for legal aid," Manitoba Justice Minister Gord Mackintosh said Wednesday.
Among the few exceptions, a criminal organization is often thought of as a monopolistic firm, and the theory of monopoly is predominantly used to analyze organized crimes.
Another example of the FBI's ability to investigate and destroy entire criminal enterprises was its success against the Mafia in the 1980s, when a patient 10-year-long investigation involving undercover agents, a web of informants and tens of thousands of hours of wiretaps resulted in the virtual destruction of a criminal organization that for most of a century had been so impervious to law enforcement that it could, and often did, get away with murder.
Some phishing scams may involve a "well-orchestrated, systematic criminal organization," according to Anatomy of a Phish, part of a study by the Anti-Phishing Working Group.
Those wanting to retain their freedoms, Nock warned, should view "the State's progressive absorption of social power with the repugnance and resentment that [they] would naturally feel towards the activities of a professional criminal organization.