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Organised crime can be found throughout the Asia Pacific region and it frequently transcends borders. The author has shown that the countries in the region have seen organised crime come and go and that the rises and falls of organised are somewhat cyclical depending on economic, political, and demographic developments. The analysis of domestic and international laws has shown that different jurisdictions in the region have adopted different models of organised crime offences. This chapter discusses the definitions of criminal organisations and organised crime groups that form part of the participation offences.

Keywords: Asia Pacific region; criminal organisation; organised crime

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