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Items Tagged with 'organized crime'
The governments of the United States, Mexico and Guatemala formed a special body to fight drug trafficking and organized crime.
Four in 10 (41 percent) US business leaders consider cyber security as a major priority, compared just 20 percent in Europe and 30 percent globally.
Gang-related homicides are on the decline, despite an increase in gang membership and the total number of gangs.
In Arizona, law enforcement just broke up a copper theft ring that stole $10 million in the metal. In Kansas, an energy firm hit by thefts said it will make ratepayers cover the losses.
While gang members are 70 percent more likely to commit Internet crime, they are not often involved in cyber crimes like phishing or commercial hacking due to a lack of skill.
Tax identity fraud could cost the U.S. $21 billion over the next five years, and violent crime is taking advantage of the ease of the crime.
100 national soccer leagues are vulnerable to corruption due to crime syndicates' ability to bet on matches online.
An ongoing investigation into the private garbage-hauling industry lead to the arrests of dozens of alleged mob family affiliates.