5 edition of Gambling and crime in western Canada: Exploring myth and reality, summary report (Gambling in Canada: triumph, tragedy, or tradeoff?) found in the catalog.
Gambling and crime in western Canada: Exploring myth and reality, summary report (Gambling in Canada: triumph, tragedy, or tradeoff?)
Garry J. Smith
1999 by Canada West Foundation .
Written in English
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SUMMARY REPORT: Gambling and Crime in Western Canada: Exploring Myth and Reality by Drs. Garry Smith and Harold Wynne CANADA WEST FOUNDATION P.O. BOX Station D Calgary, Alberta CANADA T2P 2E4. Page 20 of report indicates "Permission is hereby granted by the CWF to reproduce this document for non-profit and educational purposes." No.
Summary report: gambling and crime in Western Canada: exploring myth and reality Author: Garry J. Smith, Harold J. Wynne, Jason J. Azmier. Problem Gambling Pathological Gambling Money Laundering Gambling Activity Online Gambling These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm : James Banks. This chapter explores the degree to which organised crime groups are involved in both licit and illicit forms of gambling across the globe.
It offers a brief historical account of organised crime Author: James Banks. Gambling and crime in Western Canada: Exploring myth and reality. in Western Canada: Exploring myth and reality. A report prepared for the Canada West Foundation.
Illegal gambling operations have been alleged to support organized crime and victimize participants, rather than benefit them. This is said to occur through cheating in the games provided.
Smith, G. Wynne, H. Gambling and Crime in Western Canada: Exploring Myth and Reality. Report Prepared for the Canada West Foundation, Calgary, AB.
Smith, G. Wynne, H. Hartnagel, T. Examining police records to assess gambling impacts: A study of gambling-related crime in the City of Edmonton. gambling behaviour. A wide variety of issues that surround gambling, commercial gaming industries, and public policy towards gambling will be examined.
References outlining the kind of readings that the course will focus on: Kelley, R., P. Todosichuk, et al. [email protected]: Internet Gambling in Canada. Calgary, Canada West Foundation.
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This study had three main objectives: to examine the prevalence of gambling and problem gambling among older adults, to examine the socio-demographic and gambling patterns of people with various South Oaks Gambling Screen Revised (SOGS-R) scores, and to examine endorsement of the SOGS-R items.
The data were drawn from telephone interviews conducted with a sample of older adults. Canada West Foundation commissioned a study entitled Gambling and Crime in Western Canada: Exploring Myth and Reality (Smith & Wynne, ).
This study provided a preliminary review of the impact of gambling on western Canadian law enforcement agencies, provincial gaming regulatory bodies, and the criminal justice system. This book explores the manifold actual, possible and probable interconnections between gambling and crime in the context of the increased availability of wagering activities across many regions of the world.
It examines the impact of the proliferation and propinquity of land-based betting establishments on crime, the role of organised crime in. Interestingly, the Mellor report indicates that almost 60 percent of the programs in Canada are located in Quebec, with Ontario being home to only five percent.
Each of the Western provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba) had approximately 7 to 10 percent of the programs identified, totalling about 36 percent. - Gambling and crime in Western Canada: Exploring myth and reality - GJ Smith, HJ Wynne - - - The legalization of gambling in Canada - CS Campbell, TF Hartnagel, GJ Smith - - Online crime and internet gambling John L.
McMullan 1: Aunshul Rege 2: 1 Department of Sociology and Criminology, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, N.S. Email: [email protected]: 2 School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A.: This article was peer-reviewed.
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