Dr. Anil B. Gaikwad, Talat Anjum, Mr. Animesh Rishi
The European Union and Lithuania's attitudes on organized crime are compared in this study. It is hoped that it would have a positive impact on the economy and society. On the basis of this research, the author examined European Union and national strategic documents identifying the threats of organised criminality; he also assessed organised crime groups; their spheres of activity; their impact on social security; and factors that determine the peculiarities of organised criminality's development. For the purposes outlined in this article, organised crime is being examined in terms of its threat to national security, as well as its structure, activities, so-called "engines," and the main "crime enabler" factors that influence the evolution of criminality; and 3) to assess new threats and propose specific measures to combat organised crime as an issue. Analysis of legal precedents and documents are among the tools used by the author. Interviews with civil servants and operational officers yielded additional material, which is also included in the report.
Volume: Issue 3
Issues: Issue 3
Keywords: Challenges, Organized Crime, traditional criminals