The police operations that are featured throughout the report illustrate the benefi ts of joint operations and of sharing information to disrupt and dismantle criminal activity. [...] The central component in the Report on Organized Crime deals with a national overview of criminal markets in Canada and is a regular and consistent feature. [...] I encourage the public and the media to distribute the information provided in this public resource and to promote awareness regarding the impact and negative results of organized crime activity. [...] These are the people who will always defeat organized crime wherever it surfaces.” Vancouver Police Department, Chief Constable Jim Chu 09 - REPORT ON ORGANIZED CRIME 8 Criminal Intelligence Service Canada (CISC) produces the Report on Organized Crime each year to make the public aware of the capabilities of organized crime and to provide a general over- view of criminal markets in Canada. [...] The Report concludes with a look at the public’s role in the fi ght against organized crime and how the most eff ective way to deal with organized crime is through partnerships and sharing information within law enforcement.
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