Developing a Model for Explaining Network Attributes and Relationships of Organised Crime Activities by Utilizing Network Science
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The main objective of this research is to provide an innovative exploratory model for investigating substantive organised crime activities. The study articulates 30 critical independent variables related to organised crime, network science and a comprehensive exploratory approach which converts measurements of the variables into meaningful crime related inferences and conclusions. A case study was conducted to review initial feasibility of the selected variables, exploratory approach and model, and the results suggesting good effectiveness and useability.
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