Essay on Model of Organizational Crime

750 Words Dec 1st, 2013 3 Pages
Models of Organized Crime
CJA 384

Models of Organized Crime
Introduction
When it comes to Models with in the criminal Organizational crimes there are several kinds that would deal a lot of the time with bureaucracy. Within these types of organizations within these bureaucratic criminal organizations there are different factors that come into play like for instance different protocols that they use and also structures and also procedures that they use within the criminal organized crime organizations (Lyman, M. D., & Potter, G. W. (2007).
There are often standardized d procedures with in the criminal organized group that deals with the standard execution of criminal organizations. Examples of this would be hierarchy, division
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D., & Potter, G. W. (2007).
Bureaucratic Network is a model that is different the patron client model because it deals with larger groups like u in the business world that deals with corporate. This model also has more people in charge then you would have in a patron client network model. Bureaucratic Model also focuses on a lot to how to keep the organization running how to sustain its self a make sure and to avoid retribution within the organization. When it comes to bureaucratic models they can be very complex meaning when it comes to the people that are in charge these people can come very authoitive. When it comes to how the duties are carried out with in this model they are done in an impersonal manner and also the communication is very extensive and also they have many force mechanisms that they have in place (Lyman, M. D., & Potter, G. W. (2007).
The reasons why that it is important to understand different models of organized crime is because it is easier for law enforcement to understand how they work, also it makes it so they can figure out how to break down the organization and how many people could be involved and how they work and how extensive the groups and model that it is involved. Understanding the different models since there are differences then they can determine if it is a smaller group or a whole corporation (The FBI. (2013).

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