Department of Justice's International Organized Crime Threat Assessment called for four areas of action, two of which include: "prioritize and target the most significant IOC threats" and employing all available tools to disrupt IOC activity.
What does OCTA stand for?
OCTA stands for Organized Crime Threat Assessment
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- Organic Cation Transporter 3
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- Oklahoma Cable & Telecommunications Association
- Orange County Transportation Authority (California)
- Oregon Cable Telecommunications Association
- Oregon-California Trails Association
- Osceola Classroom Teachers Association
- Oswego Classroom Teachers' Association
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- Oxidizing Capacity of the Tropospheric Atmosphere
- On Campus Talking About Alcohol (alcohol education program; various universities)
- Orange County Turkish American Association
- Outstanding Contribution to Teaching and Learning (University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia)
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- Optimal Combination Therapy after Nevirapine Exposure (HIV study)
- Orange County Taxi Administration Program (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Within South East Europe, Bulgaria now serves as a transit point for maritime shipments from Latin America, trafficking from West Africa via Turkey and the Balkan Routes, and cocaine destined for Italian criminal groups," reads the annual analysis, entitled "EU Organized Crime Threat Assessment.
He spoke as he unveiled UNODC's new report on "The Globalization of Crime: A Transnational Organized Crime Threat Assessment," the first strategic review of the security threat posed by organized crime.