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TRANSNATIONAL ORGANISED CRIME. CCSS TIER 1 THREATS: IMMEDIATE SIGNIFICANT THREAT. Transnational Organised Crime. Illicit Trafficking. Corruption/Money Laundering. Gang Activities and Violent Crimes. Scrap/Precious Metals Crimes. Cyber and Electronic Crimes. Illicit Trade and

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TRANSNATIONAL ORGANISED CRIME

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CCSS TIER 1 THREATS: IMMEDIATE SIGNIFICANT THREAT


Transnational Organised Crime

Illicit

Trafficking

Corruption/Money

Laundering

Gang Activities

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Violent Crimes

Scrap/Precious

Metals Crimes

Cyber and

Electronic Crimes

Illicit Trade and

Fuel Bunkering

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Regional trafficking activities

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Narcotics Trafficking

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Arms Trafficking Trends

  • SALW flow mainly from America, Venezuela/Colombia to CARICOM Member States

  • Guns for Appliances – Martinique and St. Lucia

  • Guns for Appliances and Drugs – St. Lucia & St. Vincent and the Grenadines

  • Guns for Food – Trinidad and Venezuela

  • Guns for Drugs – Jamaica, Haiti, the Bahamas

  • Total Weapons Seized: 12,633 (2006-2012)

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Human Trafficking

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  • A direct correlation between the gold and Precious Metals and property crime .

  • The nature of illegal precious metal trade presents difficulties for law enforcement to apprehend offenders.

  • Need for regulatory reform.

  • Proceeds used to fund other illicit activities.

Scrap and Precious Metals

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  • Mariners, yacht owners, citizens and liners bought diesel fuel at subsidized prices and resold at higher prices.

  • At least $1.5 billion, has been lost through the illegal sale of diesel fuel.

  • Fuel resold between US$5-8 a gallon in the Eastern Caribbean.

  • Sites with illegal fuel has progressively decreased from 34 per cent in 2006 to two per cent by 2011.

  • Counterfeit/contraband cigarettes and medicine illegally imported in some CARICOM Member States.

  • Illegal manufacture and marketing of beverages and alcohol.

ILLICIT TRADE/FUEL BUNKERING

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Cyber and Electronic Crimes

  • Generally Unreported

  • Potentially damaging to economies and other critical infrastructure

  • Not restricted by geographical borders

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Corruption

  • Subverts the course of justice

  • Undermines Regional institutions

  • Undermines law enforcement efforts

  • Promotes culture of lawlessness

  • Damages Integrity

  • Obstacle to Regional advancement and development

Source: Transparency International 2012


Money Laundering

Source: The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC)

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MANDATE

END STATE

To significantly improve citizen security by creating a safe, just and free Community and improving the economic viability of the Region.

  • Adopted at the Twenty-Fourth Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM, 18-19 February, Port-Au-Prince, Republic of Haiti

CARICOM CRIME & SECURITY STRATEGY


Prepared by the Caribbean Community Implementation Agency for Crime and Security

19-20 Victoria Square WestPort of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Tel: 1-868-625-4441   1-868-623-7924

Fax:1-868-627-3064

Email: secretariat@carimpacs.org


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