Organised crime networks are worth billions of dollars and operate in many areas of crime.

In general, organised crime networks are involved in a wide range of criminal activities in several countries. This can include trafficking in human beings, drugs, illicit goods and weapons, armed robbery, counterfeiting and money laundering.

    – This is a global activity

With revenues estimated in the billions of dollars, the activities of criminal networks are like those of legitimate international corporations. They have business models, long-term strategies, hierarchies, and even strategic alliances that serve a single purpose: to generate maximum profits with minimum risk

“Members of organised crime groups often share a common bond, such as a geographical link, an ethnic link or even a family link.”

This relationship is based on a close and unbreakable bond that promotes devotion and loyalty

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