Week Discussion: Organized crime in Africa and Europe (Coursework Sample)
Please answer the questions below. Don't write them in a essay form
1. "Transnational Organized Crime" Please respond to the following: (2 sources)
Compare and contrast the prevalence of organized crime in two (2) of the following global regions: North America, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Determine each global region’s response to organized crime, and examine the correlation between this response and the prevalence of organized crime in the region.
Speculate on at least two (2) reasons why society’s concern about Cybercrime has lagged behind other types of organized crime despite society’s current reliance on computers and technology. Justify your response.
2. "Juvenile Justice" Please respond to the following: (1 or 2 source)
Many model countries, including the United States, allow juveniles of a certain age to be tried as adults. Examine at least two (2) ethical issues with this trend. Specify the extent to which you believe a juvenile can be rehabilitated after he or she has been convicted as an adult. Provide a rationale for your response.
From the e-Activity, take a position that you agree or disagree with the Supreme Court’s decision to ban mandatory life sentences without parole for juvenile offenders of convicted murder. Justify your response. See e-Activity below.
Africa and Europe are the two major regions in the world where organized crime is more persistent (Bowser, Henry, Wasserman, Knight, Gardner, Krupka, & Robertson, 2018). Organized crime in the African countries entails a highly interchangeable connection of people who are in government offices and businesses but involve themselves in corrupt activities. There are also activities like mineral trafficking and many other activities of contraband like illegal trade and buying of gold, trafficking of illegal; drugs like cannabis, illegal timber and killing and selling of elephant ivory. Europe too has a history smuggling goods and performing underground businesses. In addition to all these activities, usage of the same currency, improved communication, and ease to travel around the world has contributed to high rates of organized crimes (W
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