Organised crime is a growing concern in Ireland. Though the statistics are complex, the perception is that organised crime - that is, systematic illegal behaviour, carried out by a group motivated by profit and underpinned by the threat or use of violence - is worsening.
Gun crimes and the trafficking of illicit goods and people are more common, but feuds between drug traffickers or rival gangs have become regular occurrences. In addition, organised crime groups...
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