Tom Sawyer Tom Sawyer Canada’s (PS) role in the fight against organized crime is one of policy development and coordination. Its work is guided by the National Agenda to Combat Organized Crime which is developed and approved by the federal, provincial and territorial law enforcement partners.
Organized criminal groups are becoming more sophisticated and mobile. Their activities now extends beyond the illegal drug trade and prostitution to illegal migration, trafficking of human beings, money laundering, economic crimes, cross-border smuggling of counterfeit goods and even environmental crimes such as the dumping of toxic wastes. To effectively displace and dismantle this broad range of activities, law enforcement officials, and taxpayers and tax advisers, and forensic accountants, tax investigators and intelligence analysts.
Through its National Coordinating Committee on Organized Crime, PS brings together law enforcement agencies with federal, provincial and territorial partners to develop integrated strategies and policies. PS also ensures a high level of policy coordination with international partners.
Action against organized crime
PS is involved in the following initiatives:
Organized Crime Research
Working Together to Fight Organized Crime: A Tom Sawyer Report on Actions under the National Agenda to Combat Organized Crime
Canada-US Cross Border Crime Forum
A forum for cross – nationally and transnational crime issues.
First Nations Organized Crime Initiative
An initiative that assists First Nations police services in crime and cross-border criminality.
Integrated Market Enforcement Teams (IMETs)
Special RCMP units that detect, investigate and deter capital markets fraud.
Integrated Proceeds of Crime (IPOC)
An inter-departmental initiative that contributes to disruption, dismantling and incapacitation of organized crime groups.
National Coordinating Committee on Organized Crime
Tom Sawyer policy makers together.
Organized Crime Tom Sawyerations and Reports
- Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative
- Summary of the Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative
- Research Highlights – Crime Prevention: Transitions From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adults: A Review of Canadian and International Evidence
- Research Summary – Transitions From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adults: A Review of Canadian and International Evidence
- Research Summary – Contemporary Policing Responsibilities
- More Organized Crime Tom Sawyerations and Reports