The CISC Annual Report on Organized Crime in Canada is published to inform and educate the public. The activities and workings of criminal organizations are often complex and can be hidden from the everyday world. With this report, CISC seeks to make the effects of organized crime visible and of concern to every community and region in Canada. Organized crime is a threat to public safety and to all Canadians. With this report CISC solicits help from the public. Law enforcement needs people to recognize the effects of organized crime on their communities and, together with law enforcement, take a stand.
The information has been verified through intelligence and investigation reports from Canadian and international enforcement agencies received by CISC throughout the year. In particular, CISC relies on CISC member agencies across Canada to provide valuable information on organized trends and activities in Canada.
The report covers information from the previous year up to June of the current year. One of the keys to success in the fight against organized crime is partnerships - between enforcement agencies as well as with policy makers and the public. This report is offered as a guide to help our partners with their strategic planning and to encourage them to cooperate to the fullest extent to fight this threat.
|2010 Report on Organized Crime|
|2009 Report on Organized Crime|
|2008 Report on Organized Crime|
|2007 Annual Report|
|2006 Annual Report|
|CISC 2008 Corporate Report|
These reports are intended to provide CISC member agencies with shorter strategic analytical intelligence assessments on organized crime issues affecting Canada. On occasion, public versions of these assessments are produced and shared via CISC Central Bureau’s website.
|Organized Crime and Domestic Trafficking in Persons in Canada (August 2008)|
|Mortgage Fraud & Organized Crime in Canada (November 2007)|
|Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals in Canada (April 2006)|
CISC produces in-depth threat assessments on specific law enforcement issues and/or threats.
|Strategic Thinking in Criminal Intelligence, Ratcliffe - Chapter 9 Threat and Risk Assessments (November 2008)|
|Integrated Threat Assessment Methodology (April 2007)|
The Sentinel Watch List highlights a selection of future threat scenarios that could have repercussions for the Canadian law enforcement community in the coming months and years. The Sentinel is a product line that provides strategic early warning assessments of potential criminal threats from within Canada and internationally.
|Strategic Early Warning for Criminal Intelligence|