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Strengthening New Zealand's resistance to organised crime

This document identifies a number of areas where we will focus our attention over the next three years and sets out a coordinated all-of-government work programme to ensure we stay on top of organised crime. August 2011.

Organised crime is a corrupting influence worldwide, undermining community wellbeing, proper governance, economic development and national security. While New Zealand has robust domestic laws and law enforcement, low levels of corruption and high levels of international engagement, it is not immune to domestically and trans-nationally generated organised criminal activity.

This document identifies a number of areas where we will focus our attention over the next three years and sets out a coordinated all-of-government work programme to ensure we stay on top of organised crime.

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