Proportion of criminal incidents associated with organized crime: PS113-1/2015-23E-PDF

“The current report provides: 1) a measure of the proportion of criminal incidents that are associated with organized criminal activities (overall and for each offence type) in Montreal; 2) situates potential organized crime offenders within the wider population of co-offenders, that is, beyond the region under study and; 3) gauges the various types of resources allocated by law enforcement agencies in responding to and combating activities associated with organized crime. The estimates of criminal incidents associated with organized criminal activities are based on three different, yet complementary, models: 1) the wide net model (2 co-offenders); 2) the standard definition model (3+ co-offenders); and 3) the post hoc flag model (modified 3+ co-offenders). Each of these models is subjected to three different thresholds based on the seriousness of offences: A) none (all offences); B) broad (offences classified as serious plus “unclassified offences); and C) strict (offences classified as serious)”--Abstract.

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Department/Agency Public Safety Canada. Research Division.
Title Proportion of criminal incidents associated with organized crime
Series Title Research report ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Pourcentage d’incidents criminels associés au crime organisé.
Date c2016.
Number of Pages 54 p.
ISBN 978-0-660-03384-6
Catalogue Number
  • PS113-1/2015-23E-PDF
Subject Terms Organized crime, Statistics