Namely, the first section of chapter three looks at the nature and level of drug trafficking in Albania, with a special focus on heroin, cocaine, cannabis and synthetic drugs. Moreover, the increase in drug trafficking leads as a re- sult to more criminality in the country and corruption among law enforcement agencies. As soon as the drugs arrive in destination, it is brought out of the hidden spots of the vehicle following the instructions giv- en by telephone in a coded manner, the amount and quality is checked and in the end, it is passed on to dealers of different nationalities. The forms used seem to be ever more sophisticated. To this end, we conducted the control, preservation and analysis of broadcast and print media reports on events related to the object of the study and that took place mainly during the period — Full Name Comment goes here.
Lamallari : : 27 that include sharing profits and giving gifts to them. The final destination of heroin remains Central and Western Europe and Nordic countries. In addition, the country was used as a transit location for females of other nationalities who were sold, exchanged and trafficked by sea to Italy. Structured criminal groups, and one or two criminal organizations, appeared and began to operate throughout the territory. This category of assassins is gradually taking on the organized form of criminal networks, in which the role of middleman seem to be the most organized. To make it easier, the chapter has been divided into eight separate sec- tions, by kind of reviewed criminal activity.
Naturally, different groups use preset codes un- derstandable only to members within the group or among other collaborating groups within the criminal network. Nevertheless, the court did not agree that there was a clear platform of criminal activity with rules and hierarchy among collabo- rators. The decisions were selected on the basis of the nature of illegal activities of interest for the research, the frequency of criminal episodes, the number of defendants and the threat posed. Like Liked.
The sexual exploitation and forced labor of women and minors rises during the summer season in coastal areas. The beginning of the research study Chapter 1 provides a general overview of the different factors that have favored and encouraged the appearance and development of organized crime in the country. Albanian criminal groups withinthe country Trafficking in human beings Members of these groups are aged
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In , the value of seized assets from organized crime groups and criminals was over 10 million euros. On the other hand, these methods have an exploring na- ture, thus allowing for analysis to consider social or cultural factors. With regard to the reaction of the Albanian society toward organized crime, and precisely the reasons that make it hesitate to report and collaborate closely with law enforcement authorities, the interviewed experts admit that the lack of trust in institutions and fear from retaliation undermine satisfactory results that would come from a relationship of trust and cooperation. Based on the literature review, the questions directed at in- terviewees were divided into three groups: 1 general questions about the nature, factors and features that characterize Albanian organized crime; 2 specific questions related to every criminal activity; and 3 questions about recommendations that interviewees offer for a more effective fight against organized crime. It is also argued that the low number of denunciations may be explained by the inability of citizens to distinguish organized crime from street crime, which has a more direct and tangible impact on their daily lives.
Handguns pistols and semi-automatic guns are trafficked into the country from Montenegro and Kosovo. In this context, we note efforts to rebalance markets and rivalry in the criminal world. Or, after getting to know one another and creating ties, they make their deals in meetings. Albania is no longer a transit country but remains a country of origin, albeit not at the levels of the past. With regard to the reaction of the Albanian society toward organized crime, and precisely the reasons that make it hesitate to report and collaborate closely with law enforcement authorities, the interviewed experts admit that the lack of trust in institutions and fear from retaliation undermine satisfactory results that would come from a relationship of trust and cooperation. The beginning of the research study Chapter 1 provides a general overview of the different factors that have favored and encouraged the appearance and development of organized crime in the country.
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