Session 194: OC1 -> Assessing Organized Crime Threat and Sophistication
Time: 8:15AM to 9:45 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Confederation 5
Session Chair: Jay S. Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University
Threat of Transnational Organized Crime Groups: Toward a Mechanism for Assessing Dangerousness
by: Adam C. Bouloukos, UN Centre for International Crime Prevent (Corresponding)
Roberto Arbitrio, UN Centre for International Crime Prevent
Simonette Grassi, UN Centre for International Crime Prevent
Monica Massari, UN Centre for International Crime Prevent
Wolfgang Rhomberg, UN Centre for International Crime Prevent
Corruption, Bureaucracy and Organized Crime: Federal Law Enforcement and Chinese Smuggling Syndicates in and Around San Diego, 1897-1901
by: Jeffrey Scott McIllwain, Sonoma State University (Corresponding)
Russian Organized Crime: The Continuation of an American Tradition
by: Robert Rush, Wilmington College
Frank Scarpitti, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Jay S. Albanese, Virginia Commonwealth University

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