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.
An all-of-government response
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Table of contents
- Ministers' foreword
- Part one: Organised crime and current response
- Part two: Enhanced response
- The need for an enhanced response
- Improving domestic and international information sharing, legal assistance and coordination
- Reducing misuse of New Zealand legal arrangements
- Protecting against cybercrimes
- Preventing corruption and bribery
- Enhancing anti-money laundering and crime proceeds recovery measures
- Disrupting identity crime
- Part three: Next steps
- Appendix: Multi-agency action plan to strengthen New Zealand's resistance to organised crime
Strengthening New Zealand's Resistance to Organised Crime: An all-of-Government Response was prepared by the Ministry of Justice in collaboration with the New Zealand Police, the Organised & Financial Crime Agency New Zealand, Te Puni Kokiri, Serious Fraud Office, Department of Corrections, Department of Internal Affairs, Department of Labour, New Zealand Customs Service, Inland Revenue Department, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Financial Markets Authority, Ministry for Economic Development, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ministry for Social Development, Ministry for Consumer Affairs, and Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Although all reasonable steps have been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this report, the Ministry of Justice disclaims any and all responsibility for any inaccuracy, error, omission, or any other kind of inadequacy, deficiency, or flaw in, or in relation to, the information; and fully excludes any and all liability of any kind to any person or entity that chooses to rely upon the information.
Published August 2011