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Preface. Introduction 1. Mapping rough terrain: the contested concept of organised crime 2. The gang as a violent way of life 3. Dirty business: the political economy of organised crime 4. The magic roundabout: traffic in the global village 5. Organised crime: its 'traditional' forms 6. Land of opportunity: organised crime in the US 7. New waves 8. Home firms: the British experience 9. Tackling organised crime: possibly together. Conclusion
Alan Wright was formerly a police officer with the Metropolitan Police, where he worked on the Kray case and on other gang crime and homicide cases. He later lectured at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth, and is currently an Honorary Research Fellow at Keele University. He is the author of Policing: an introduction to concepts and practice (Willan Publishing, 2002).