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Introduction to Criminal Justice by Robert M. BohmTrends in Organized Crime. Despite decades of effort, the search for a universal definition of organized crime has eluded both academics, criminal justice agencies, as well as international bodies. More than two decades ago, a content analysis of such definitional efforts by this writer Hagan, noted that, while many writers, including those of textbooks, failed to supply explicit definitions of organized crime, some consensus was apparent. These earlier findings are explored and compared with updated content analyses of American criminology and criminal justice textbooks and organized crime textbooks. Also discussed are definitions offered by criminal justice agencies and those by international organizations. Unable to display preview.
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Keith Haley. Robert Bohm. Sarah Nordin. Beth Bjerregaard. Mcgraw-Hill Education. Glencoe Mcgraw-Hill Staff. Robert Haley Bohm.
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American Journal of Criminal Justice. This study examines the influence of certain economic factors inflation, unemployment, credit, competition, profit and inequality , total social welfare expenditures, and total number of full-time officers, derived from a radical theory of police behavior, on police crime recording behavior in the United States between and In contrast to previous research, which has failed to provide a single model that explains over fifty percent of the variance in the dependent variable Sherman, , this study found three models that explain over fifty percent of the variance in police crime recording behavior. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.