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Targeting organised crime

Targeting organised crime


Criminal Procedure Practice & Procedure 

The VLRC was asked to assess the risks of organised crime infiltration of lawful industries. Organised crime is a recurring topic for the legal profession, law enforcement agencies and policy makers. It is now recognised that organised crime groups have made the infiltration of lawful occupations and industries an important strategy. Infiltration may facilitate illicit activities or provide new opportunities for profit-making or money laundering. The use of regulatory regimes, such as licensing schemes, is one method of tackling infiltration. In October 2014, the then Attorney-General Robert Clark asked the Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC) to review the use of regulatory regimes to help prevent criminal organisations entering into or operating through lawful occupations and industries. The VLRC report was delivered in February 2016.

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