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Organised crime in Australia 2013

Gangs Crime Drugs and alcohol Information technology Law Australia

This report provides the most comprehensive contemporary profile of serious and organised crime in Australia. The report provides the context in which organised crime operates in Australia and gives an overview of each of the key illicit markets and the activities which fundamentally enable serious and organised crime.

The report provides government, industry and the public with information they need to better respond to the threat of organised crime, now and into the future.

Organised Crime in Australia is an unclassified version of the ACC’s Organised Crime Threat Assessment (OCTA) which is part of the Picture of Criminality in Australia suite of products. The OCTA is a classified assessment of the level of risk posed by various organised crime threats, categorised by activity, market and enabler.

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