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AIC: New research reveals the different recorded offending trajectories among individuals involved in Australian organised crime.

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New research reveals the different recorded offending trajectories among individuals involved in Australian organised crime.

  • Four groups were identified that differed in terms of their onset, peak and frequency of offending. Groups also differed in offending versatility, seriousness and escalation.
  • There was a large group of late-onset offenders. These are individuals who do not have any involvement with the criminal justice system until relatively late in life.
  • There were different pathways into organised crime offending, including serious drug trafficking offences, which reflect the different recruitment pathways.


Read: Organised crime and criminal careers: Findings from an Australian sample
 

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