Research and analysis

Business views of organised crime

Home Office Research Report 10 is the result of a victimisation survey conducted in three high crime neighbourhoods in English cities.

Documents

Business views of organised crime key implications

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Business views of organised crime summary

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Business views of organised crime report

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Home Office Research Report 10 is the result of a victimisation survey that was conducted in three high crime neighbourhoods in English cities that aimed to establish patterns of organised crime victimisation and the extent to which businesses were invited to participate in organised crime.

Local police and community representatives were also interviewed to gauge their views on organised crime and local businesses.

The evidence collected suggests that the nature of organised crime in relation to business varies widely by high crime neighbourhood, that invitations to participate in organised crime are very widespread and that the police tend to perceive higher levels of crime organisation affecting businesses than those revealed through surveys.