2006 Canada/US organized crime threat assessment: PS64-144/2006E-PDF
"Canada and the United States have always been attractive targets for criminal organizations seeking profitable markets. Prosperous, broadbased economies and open societies provide opportunities for criminal organizations to establish themselves. From this initial foothold, fledgling criminal interests may become entrenched in the legitimate and illegitimate economies of Canada and the United States. Both countries face the difficult task of controlling very large perimeter areas. Coastal areas must be secured against criminal and security threats. The integrity of the Canada / US border must be maintained while still allowing for the free flow of people and goods"--Introduction.
|Department/Agency||Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Drug Enforcement Administration. Federal Bureau of Investigation.|
|Title||2006 Canada/US organized crime threat assessment|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Évaluation de la menace liée au crime organisé Canada - É.-U, 2016. Cover title.|
|Number of Pages||16 p.|
|Subject Terms||Organized crime, Canadian-American relations|
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