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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
Transnational Organised Crime

Illicit

Trafficking

Corruption/Money

Laundering

Gang Activities

and

Violent Crimes

Scrap/Precious

Metals Crimes

Cyber and

Electronic Crimes

Illicit Trade and

Fuel Bunkering

SECRET




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)

SECRET



Scrap and precious metals

Scrap and Precious Metals

SECRET


Illicit trade fuel bunkering

  • 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

SECRET


Cyber and Electronic Crimes fuel at subsidized prices and resold at higher prices.

  • Generally Unreported

  • Potentially damaging to economies and other critical infrastructure

  • Not restricted by geographical borders

SECRET


Corruption
Corruption fuel at subsidized prices and resold at higher prices.

  • 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 fuel at subsidized prices and resold at higher prices.

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

SECRET


Caricom crime security strategy

MANDATE fuel at subsidized prices and resold at higher prices.

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:[email protected]


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