The Mobility of Criminal Groups

@inproceedings{Morselli2011TheMO,
  title={The Mobility of Criminal Groups},
  author={Carlo Morselli and Mathilde Turcotte and Valentina Tenti},
  year={2011}
}
This article reviews evidence from past research that addresses diverse themes and theories regarding shifts and patterns in the mobility of criminal groups. Our main objective is to identify push and pull factors that will help us understand how and why criminal groups, organisations or general organised crime patterns are present across a variety of settings (i.e. geographical locations, criminal markets and legitimate industries). Push factors refer to forces which drive criminal groups from… CONTINUE READING

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