Organized Crime

Drug cartels

In several drug-producing or transit countries, drug traffickers have taken advantage of local corruption and lack of law enforcement to establish cartels turning in millions if not billions of dollars each year. Sometimes if government enforcement is particularly poor, the cartels become quasi-paramilitary organizations.

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Latin America

Colombian drug cartels

Medellín Cartel

Miami branch

Cali Cartel

Norte del Valle Cartel

Black Eagles

Los Nevados

Los Rastrojos

Los Urabeños

New Generation

North Coast Cartel

Mexican drug cartels

Sinaloa Cartel

Milenio Cartel

Gente Nueva

Jalisco New Generation Cartel

Sonora Cartel

Tijuana Cartel

Oaxaca Cartel

Gulf Cartel

Los Zetas[

Guatemala branch

Juárez Cartel

La Linea

Colima Cartel

Guadalajara Cartel

La Familia Michoacana

Knights Templar

La Resistencia

Los Negros

Beltrán-Leyva Cartel

Los Pelones

South Pacific Cartel

Dominican drug cartels

Paulino organization

Féliz organization

Bolivian drug cartels

Goméz organization

Nicaraguan drug cartels

Blandon organization

Peruvian drug cartels

Zevallos organisation

Asia

Golden Triangle

Khun Sa cartel

Red Wa Cartel

Golden Crescent

Afridi Network

Afghan drug traffickers

Noorzai Organization

Khan cartel

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Italian organized crime

Organized crime in Italy, especially the south, has existed for hundreds of years and has given rise to a number of notorious organizations with their own traditions and subculture which have managed to infiltrate almost every part of Italian society. The Italian mafia is often thought of as being the archetype for organized crime worldwide.

Sicilian Mafia

Cuntrera-Caruana clan

Sicilian Mafia Commission

Mandamenti

Mazara mandamento

Castelvetrano mandamento

Trapani mandamento

Pagliarelli mandamento

Resuttana mandamento

Cosca

Corleonesi

‘Ndrangheta

La Provincia

Honoured Society (Melbourne)

Mammoliti ‘ndrina

Siderno Group

Camorra

Nuova Camorra Organizzata

Di Lauro Clan

Nuova Famiglia

Casalesi clan

Contini clan

Fabbrocino clan

Giuliano clan

Licciardi clan

Lo Russo clan

Mallardo clan

Nuvoletta clan

Vollaro clan

Scissionisti di Secondigliano

La Torre clan[

Alfieri clan

Russo clan

Sacra Corona Unita

Stidda

Mala del Brenta

Banda della Magliana

Banda della Comasina

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American Mafia

Italian immigrants to the United States in the early 20th century formed various small-time gangs which gradually evolved into sophisticated crime syndicates which dominated organized crime in America for several decades. Although government crackdowns and a less-tightly knit Italian-American community have largely reduced their power, they remain an active force in the underworld.

Active crime families

The Commission

The Five Families of New York City

Bonanno

Colombo

Genovese

116th Street Crew

Greenwich Village Crew

New Jersey Crew

Gambino

Ozone Park Boys

DeMeo crew

Cherry Hill Gambinos

Lucchese

The Jersey Crew

The Vario Crew

Buffalo crime family

Rochester Crime Family

DeCavalcante crime family

The Chicago Outfit

Philadelphia crime family

Bufalino crime family

Pittsburgh crime family

Dallas crime family

Patriarca crime family

Angiulo Brothers gang

Cleveland crime family

Los Angeles crime family

Kansas City crime family

Trafficante crime family

The Detroit Partnership

Milwaukee crime family

New Orleans crime family

[edit]Defunct mafia families

Morello crime family

Genna crime family

East Harlem Purple Gang

Porrello crime family

St. Louis crime family

Licavoli Mob

Denver crime family

San Francisco crime family

San Jose crime family

Canadian mafia families

Rizzuto crime family

Cotroni family[

Musitano Crime Family

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Non-Italian, American crime syndicates

The United States is built on immigration, and as such criminal gangs of all backgrounds have developed a power base there.

National Crime Syndicate

Seven Group

Murder, Inc.

Polish Mob

Saltis-McErlane Gang

Kielbasa Posse

The Greenpoint Crew

Flats Mob

The Flathead gang

Prohibition-era gangs

Shelton Brothers Gang

Sheldon Gang

Broadway Mob

Circus Cafe Gang

Hispanic-American

Polanco-Rodriguez organization

Márquez gambling ring

The Corporation

1970s Los Angeles

Nash gang

Wonderland Gang

Dixie mafia

Cornbread mafia

Greek-American organized crime

Philadelphia Greek Mob

Velentzas Family

Assyrian/Chaldean mafia

Hawaiian mafia

Non-ethnic mobs

Wall gang

Elkins gang

Jewish mafia

Cohen gang

Schultz gang

The Purple Gang

The Bugs and Meyer Mob

Shapiro Brothers

Yiddish Black Hand

Rosen gang

Rothstein gang

Zwillman gang

Solomon gang

Kid Cann’s gang

Birger gang[

African-American organized crime

New York City

The Council

Harlem numbers racket

Bumpy Johnson gang

Supreme Team

The Bebos

The Country Boys

Matthews Organization

Detroit

Black Mafia Family

Young Boys, Inc.

Best Friends gang

Chambers Brothers

Philadelphia

Black Mafia

Junior Black Mafia

Oakland

69 Mob

Baltimore

Williams organization

Washington, D.C.

Rayful Edmond organization

Chicago

Theodore Roe’s gambling ring

Irish Mob

Prohibition-era Chicago gangs

North Side Gang[

James Patrick O’Leary organization

John Patrick Looney gang

Valley Gang

Ragen’s Colts

Roger Touhy organization

Boston

Mullen Gang

Winter Hill Gang

Gustin Gang

Charlestown Mob

Killeen gang

Egan’s Rats

Danny Hogan empire

Danny Walsh gang

Saltis-McErlane Gang

Tom Dennison empire

The Westies

White Hand Gang

West End Gang

Danny Greene’s Celtic Club

Enoch L. Johnson organization

K&A Gang

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Post-Soviet organized crime

Although organized crime existed in the Soviet era, the gangs really gained in power and international reach during the transition to capitalism. The term Russian Mafia, ‘mafiya’ or mob is a blanket (and somewhat inaccurate) term for the various organized crime groups that emerged in this period from the 15 former republics of the USSR and unlike their Italian counterparts does not mean members are necessarily of Russian ethnicity or uphold any ancient criminal traditions, although this is the case for some members.

Moscow

Izmaylovskaya gang

Solntsevskaya bratva

Ivankov organization

Orekhovskaya gang

Tambov Gang

Chechen mafia

Lazanskaya gang

Obschina

Labazanov gang

Mogilevich organization

Russian-Jewish gangs

Brighton Beach, New York City

Potato Bag gang

Agron gang

Nayfeld gang[

Balagula gang

Mishka Yaponchik gang

Kurganskaya gang

Tsapok gang

Georgian mafia

Oniani crime family

Kvantrishvili organization

Grandpa Hassan’s syndicate

Armenian mafia[

Mirzoyan-Terdjanian organization

Armenian Power

Lithuanian mafia

Vilnius Brigade

Estonian mafia

Helin gang

Uzbek Mafia

Kyrgyz mafia

Erkinbayev gang

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Balkan organized crime

Balkan organized crime gained prominence in the chaos following the communist era, notably the transition to capitalism and the wars in former

Yugoslavia.

Albanian mafia

Rudaj Organization

Dobroshi gang

Naserligan

Gang of Çole

Gang of Gaxhai

Gang of Pusi i Mezinit

Bosnian mafia

Prazina gang

Ismet Bajramović

Ramiz Delalić

Bulgarian mafia

VIS

Karamanski gang

Serbian mafia

Arkan gang

Zemun Clan

Pink Panthers

Montenegrin Mafia

Macedonian Mafia

Romanian Mafia

Croatian mafia

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British crime ‘firms’

London

Adams crime family

The Richardson Gang

The Firm

Interwar era gangs

Messina Brothers

Sabini

Hoxton Gang

Elephant and Castle Mob

Birmingham Boys

Essex gang

Whitney gang

Manchester

Quality Street Gang

Noonan crime family

Aggi Crew

Curtis Warren’s drug empire

Glasgow

McGraw crime family

Thompson crime family

Delta Crime Syndicate

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Other European crime syndicates

Sweden

Original Gangsters

Fucked For Life

Uppsala mafia

Netherlands

Bruinsma drug gang

Holleeder gang

Mieremet gang

Dutch Antillian drug gangs

Plas gang

France

Corsican mafia

Unione Corse

Brise de Mer gang

Tractions Avant gang

French Romani clans

Hornec gang

Banlieue Sud gang

Mad Jacky gang

Ireland

Cahill gang

Gilligan gang

Foley gang

Spain

Galician Mafia

Poland

Pruszków Mafia

Slovak mafia

Romani clans

Romanian Gypsy Clans

El Clan De La Paca

Raffael clan

Sztojka clan

Ringvereine (Weimar Germany)

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Yakuza organizations

The yakuza of Japan are similar to the Italian mafias in they originated centuries ago and follow a rigid set of traditions, but have several aspects that make them unique, such as their full-body tattoos and their fairly open place in Japanese society. Many yakuza groups are umbrella organizations, smaller gangs reporting to a larger crime syndicate.

Active yakuza groups

Roku-daime Yamaguchi-gumi 六代目山口組

Yoshitomi Group

Yon-daime Yamaken-gumi 四代目山健組

Kenkoku-kai 健國会

Go-daime Kenryu-kai 五代目健竜会

Fushimi-gumi 伏見組

Koshin-kai 晃心会

Shusei-kai 秀誠会

Washisaka-gumi 鷲坂組

Hoshin-kai 邦心会

Kenichi-kai 兼一会

Atae-gumi 與組

Ni-daime Senoo-gumi 二代目妹尾組

Toryu-rengo 東龍連合

Seiryu-kai 誠竜会

Yon-daime Harukoma-gumi 四代目春駒組

Ni-daime Hokuryu-kai 二代目北竜会

Hachi-daime Nakatsugawa-gumi 八代目中津川組

Ni-daime Sekiso-kai 二代目石湊会

Ni-daime Kodo-kai 二代目弘道会[3]

Ju-daime Inabaji-ikka 十代目稲葉地一家

Ni-daime Takayama-gumi 二代目高山組

San-daime Tsukasa-kogyo 三代目司興業

Tanisei-kai 谷誠会

Seibu-rengo 西部連合

Seishin-kai 西心会

Hamaken-gumi 浜健組

Go-daime Kawamura-ikka 五代目河村一家

Hachi-daime Hiranoya-ikka 八代目平野家一家

Shichi-daime Yorii-soke 七代目寄居宗家

Sasaki-ikka 佐々木一家

Shichi-daime Asano-kai 七代目浅野会

San-daime Yonekawa-gumi 三代目米川組

Juichi-daime Kamiya-ikka 十一代目紙谷一家

Ni-daime Takumi-gumi 二代目宅見組[57]

Ni-daime Nishioka-gumi 二代目西岡組

Ni-daime Shoshin-rengo 二代目勝心連合

San-daime Ishikawa-ikka 三代目石川一家

Teishin-kai 禎心会

San-daime Sugimoto-gumi 三代目杉本組

Shichi-daime Matsuno-kai 七代目松野会

Ni-daime Sato-kai 二代目佐藤会

Akira-rengokai 秋良連合会

Misaka-gumi 三坂組

Hokuto-kai 北斗会

Ichiren-kai 一蓮会

Ryosei-kai 綾誠会

San-daime Kansai-Gokoku-dan 三代目関西護国団

Yamato-Doshi-kai 大和同志会

Ni-daime Mie-Maekawa-gumi 二代目三重前川組

San-daime Kuramoto-gumi 三代目倉本組

Akebono-sogyo 曙総業

Ni-daime Mietomo-kai 二代目三重友会

Koshin-rengo 功心連合

Ni-daime Funamoto-kai 二代目船本会

Shoryu-kai 松龍会

Ni-daime Kokushin-kai 二代目國心会

San-damie Minami-gumi 三代目南組

Go-daime Yamatonara-gumi 五代目倭奈良組

San-daime Nagai-kogyo 三代目永井興業

Ni-daime Kanto-Hara-gumi 二代目関東原組

Kyu-daime Takagi-gumi 九代目高木組

Go-daime Kokusui-kai 五代目國粹会[57]

Kyu-daime Ochiai-ikka 九代目落合一家

Jusan-daime Namai-ikka 十三代目生井一家

Shichi-daime Koga-Namai-ikka 七代目古河生井一家

Ju-daime Maekawa-ikka 十代目前川一家

Juyon-daime Teraya-ikka 十四代目寺谷一家

Hachi-daime Tanbo-ikka 八代目田浦一家

Hachi-daime Shinshu-Saito-ikka 八代目信州斉藤一家

Roku-daime Yoshidagawa-ikka 六代目吉田川一家

Hachi-daime Kanamachi-ikka 八代目金町一家

Hanabusa-gumi 英組

Ni-daime Okawa-gumi 二代目大川組

San-daime Nishikawa-kai 三代目西川会

Eishin-kai 英心会

Gishin-kai 義信会

Nikkan-rengokai 日冠連合会

Kyokushin-rengokai 極心連合会

Ni-daime Kyokua-kai 二代目極亜会

Kyokusui-kai 極粋会

Kyokuyu-kai 極勇会

Kykoujin-kai 極仁会

Kyokuichi-kai 極一会

Kyokuto-kai 極闘会

Ni-daime Kyokuho-kai 二代目極朋会

Shoyu-kai 章友会

Oishi-gumi 大石組

Shinpuku-kai 心腹会

Kyoyu-kai 侠友会

Ni-daime Izu-gumi 二代目伊豆組

Kyokudo-kai 旭導会

Masaki-gumi 正木組

Ikeda-gumi 池田組

Roku-daime Shimizu-ikka 六代目清水一家

San-daime Oguruma-Makoto-kai-honke 三代目小車誠会本家

Go-daime Hayano-kai 五代目早野会

SAn-daime Ono-ikka 三代目大野一家

Yon-daime Sumida-kai 四代目澄田会

Yamato-kai 倭和会

Yon-daime Minami-ikka 四代目南一家

Shichi-daime Ichiriki-ikka 七代目一力一家

Ni-daime Matsuyama-kai 二代目松山会

San-daime Seiyu-kai 三代目誠友会

Ni-daime Aio-kai 二代目愛桜会

Ni-daime Konishi-ikka 二代目小西一家

Ju-daime Seto-ikka 十代目瀬戸一家

Yon-daime Kitaoka-kai 四代目北岡会

Rachi-gumi 良知組

Kokuryoya-ikka 國領屋一家

Shichi-daime Oshu-Aizu-Kakusada-ikka 七代目奥州会津角定一家

Juichi-daime Hirai-ikka 十一代目平井一家

Inagawa-kai 稲川会[1][3][57]

Hachi-daime Yokosuka-ikka 八代目横須賀一家

Ni-daime Yamakawa-ikka 二代目山川一家

Ju-daime Himonya-ikka 十代目碑文谷一家

Roku-daime Keiyo-Nanakuma-ikka 六代目京葉七熊一家

Ni-daime Sugiura-ikka 二代目杉浦一家

Nakajima-ikka 中島一家

Go-daime Mikazuki-ikka 五代目三日月一家

Sagami-ikka 相模一家

Sichi-daime Oba-ikka 七代目大場一家

Sichi-daime Tsukumasa-ikka 七代目佃政一家

Sichi-daime Ichinose-ikka 七代目一之瀬一家

Kyu-daime Horii-ikka 九代目堀井一家

Go-daime Mimomi-ikka 五代目実籾一家

Roku-daime Hakoya-ikka 六代目箱屋一家

Juyon-daime Ogusa-ikka 十四代目大草一家

Go-daime Kigure-ikka 五代目木暮一家

Hachi-daime Yagita-ikka 八代目八木田一家

Yon-daime Hayashi-ikka 四代目林一家

San-daime Umechi-ikka 三代目埋地一家

Ni-daime Koganei-ikka 二代目小金井一家

Yon-daime Morita-ikka 四代目森田一家

Go-daime Joshu-Kyowa-ikka 五代目上州共和一家

Sichi-daime Sanbonsugi-ikka 七代目三本杉一家

Sumiyoshi-kai 住吉会[2][3][57]

Sumiyoshi-ikka Shinwa-kai 住吉一家親和会

Tochigi Ni-daime 栃木二代目

Yamatoya Roku-daime 大和屋六代目

Kokyoya San-daime 光京家三代目

Oshima Kyu-daime 大島九代目

Kansuke Juni-daime 勘助十二代目

Haguro Go-daime 羽黒五代目

Sunaga Juni-daime 須永十二代目

Yahata Go-daime 矢畑五代目

Yamakoshi Shichi-daime 山越七代目

Tano Sichi-daime 田野七代目

Shimomagi Shichi-daime 下馬木七代目

Bushi Hachi-daime 武士八代目

Izumi Hachi-daime 泉八代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Maruto-kai 住吉一家丸唐会

Ona Go-daime 小名五代目

Kabeya Yon-daime 神谷四代目

Taira Go-daime 平五代目

Minato Go-daime 湊五代目

Nakajima Ni-daime 中島二代目

Kokubun-gumi 國分組

Sumiyoshi-ikka Aota-kai 住吉一家青田会

Fuchu Shodai 府中初代

Bekkoya Go-daime 鼈甲家五代目

Owada-Takubo Go-daime 大和田田久保五代目

Sensui Ju-daime 泉水十代目

Noda Yon-daime 野田四代目

Inage San-daime 稲毛三代目

Inouchi Roku-daime 井之内六代目

Mitoya Yon-daime 水戸家四代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Saikaiya Hachi-daime 住吉一家西海家八代目

San-daime Hayasaka-kai 三代目早坂会

Ni-daime Seishi-kai 二代目西志会

San-daime Abeyoshi-kai 三代目阿部喜会

Go-daime Yoshida-kai 五代目吉田会

Go-daime Takeda-kai 五代目武田会

Sumiyoshi-ikka Dai-Nippon-kogyo 大日本興行

Shinmei-Oba Ni-daime 神明大場二代目

Oshu Ikuta Ni-daime 奥州生田二代目

Ito-gumi 伊藤組

Yamakawa Ni-daime 山川二代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Kyowa Roku-daime 住吉一家共和六代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Musashiya Ju-daime 住吉一家武蔵屋十代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Mabashi Shichi-daime 住吉一家馬橋七代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Kobayashi-kai San-daime 住吉一家小林会三代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Hanada-kai Ni-damie 住吉一家花田会二代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Numazawa-kai 住吉一家沼澤会

Sumiyoshi-ikka Ishii-kai 住吉一家石井会

Sumiyoshi-ikka Nakazato Roku-daime 住吉一家中里六代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Noguchi-kai 住吉一家野口会

Sumiyoshi-ikka Asakusa-Takahashi-gumi Go-daime 住吉一家浅草高橋組五代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Nkamura-kai San-daime 住吉一家中村会三代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Takinogawa Hachi-daime 住吉一家滝野川八代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Hirokawa-kai San-daime 住吉一家広川会三代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Sanshin-kai 住吉一家三心会

Sumiyoshi-ikka Seiwa-kai Ni-daime 住吉一家西和会二代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Sankaku Hachi-daime 住吉一家三角八代目

Sumiyoshi-ikka Kogo-mutsumikai Roku-daime 住吉一家向後睦会六代目

Kohei-ikka 幸平一家

Doshida-ikka 土支田一家

Matsuba-kai 松葉会

Joman-ikka 上萬一家

Kitakanto-Okubo-ikka 北関東大久保一家

Kunii-ikka 國井一家

Kyokuto-kai 極東会

Matsuyama-rengokai 松山連合会

Matsuyama-rengokai Shinsei-kai 真誠会

Matsuyama-rengokai Shinryu-kai 眞龍会

Matsuyama-rengokai Matsuyama-ikka 松山一家

Shoto-rengokai 松東連合会

Shoto-rengokai Ni-daime Kabuto-kai 二代目加部東会

Shoto-rengokai Ni-daime Nogami-kai 二代目野上会

Shoto-rengokai Ni-daime Itami-kai 二代目伊丹会

Hioki-rengokai 日置連合会

Naka-rengokai 仲連合会

Ni-daime Okazaki-kai 二代目岡崎会

Dojin-kai[57] 道仁会

San-daime Kobayashi-gumi 二代目小林組

San-daime Hirano-gumi 三代目平野組

Mori-gumi 森組

Yon-daime Kudo-kai[57] 四代目工藤會

Yon-daime Tanaka-gumi 四代目田中組

San-daime Kyokusei-gumi 三代目極政組

Roku-daime Aizu-Kotetsu-kai 六代目会津小鉄会[57]

Yon-daime Iroha-kai 四代目いろは会

San-daime Shinohara-kai 三代目篠原会

San-daime Zukoshi-gumi 三代目図越組

Ni-daime Baba-gumi 二代目馬場組

Okinawa Kyokuryu-kai 沖縄旭琉会[57]

Uezato-ikka 上里一家

Nanshu-ikka 南州一家

Ni-daime Teruya-ikka 二代目照屋一家

Kyushu Seido-kai 九州誠道会

Go-daime Murakami-ikka 五代目村上一家

Nagaishi-gumi 永石組

Go-daime Kyosei-kai 五代目共政会[57]

Ishii-gumi 石井組

Ni-daime Okimoto-gumi 二代目沖本組

San-daime Fukuhaku-kai 三代目福博会

Yon-daime Umezu-kai 四代目梅津会

San-daime Futaba-kai 三代目双葉会

San-daime Goyu-kai 三代目強友会

Soai-kai 双愛会[57]

Shichi-daime Yato-ikka 七代目谷戸一家

Yon-daime Terajima-ikka 四代目寺島一家

Ni-daime Takatora-ikka 二代目高寅一家

Yon-daime Azeta-Kissei-ikka 四代目畔田吉清一家

Ni-daime Yoshida-ikka 二代目吉田一家

Yon-daime Kyokuryu-kai 四代目旭琉会[57]

San-daime Kyodo-kai 三代目俠道会[57]

Taishu-kai 太州会[57]

Shichi-daime Goda-ikka 七代目合田一家[57]

Toa-kai 東亜会[3]

Ni-daime Azuma-gumi 二代目東組[57]

Yon-daime Asano-gumi 四代目浅野組[57]

Hachi-daime Sakaume-gumi 八代目酒梅組

Yon-daime Kozakura-ikka 四代目小桜一家[57]

Ni-daime Shinwa-kai 二代目親和会[57]

Nidaime-Kumamoto-kai 二代目熊本會

Hachi-daime Iijima-kai 八代目飯島会

Chojiya-kai 丁字家会

Chukyo-Shinno-kai 中京神農会

Sakurai-soke 櫻井總家

Anegasaki-kai 姉ヶ崎会

Takezawa-kai 竹澤会

Sugito-kai 杉東会

[edit]Defunct yakuza groups

Kantō-kai 関東会[57]

Ni-daime Honda-kai 二代目本多会[57]

Ni-daime Dainippon-Heiwa-kai 二代目大日本平和会

Yamaguchi-gumi

Goto-gumi 後藤組[57]

Suishin-kai 水心会[58]

Ichiwa-kai 一和会[2][57]

Kumamoto-rengo 熊本連合

San-daime Yamano-kai 三代目山野会[57]

Nakano-kai 中野会[3][57]

Kyokuto Sakurai-soke-rengokai 極東桜井總家連合会[57]

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Triads and other Chinese criminal organizations

The Triads is a popular name for a number of Chinese criminal secret societies, which have existed in various forms over the centuries (see for example Tiandihui). However not all Chinese gangs fall into line with these traditional groups, as many non-traditional criminal organizations have formed, both in China and the Chinese diaspora.

Triads

14K Group 十四K

14K Baai Lo 十四K 湃廬

14K Chung 十四K 忠字堆

14K Chung Yee Tong 十四K 忠義堂

14K Hau 十四K 孝字堆

14K Kim 十四K 劍字堆

14K Lai 十四K 禮字堆

14K Lun 十四K 倫字堆

14K Ngai 十四K 毅字堆

14K Sai Shing Tong 十四K 西勝堂

14K Sai Yee Tong 十四K 西義堂

14K Sat 十四K 實字堆

14K Shun 十四K 信字堆

14K Tai Huen Chai 十四K 大圈仔

14K Tak 十四K 德字堆

14K Yan 十四K 仁字堆

14K Yee 十四K 義字堆

14K Yee Shing Tong 十四K 義勝堂

14K Yung 十四K 勇字堆

Long Zi Group 龙子頭

Long Zi Tong 龙子堂

Long Zi Kongsi 龙子會館

Long Zi Association 龙子协会

LZK

Wo Group 和字頭

Wo Shing Wo 和勝和

Wo Shing Yee 和勝義

Wo On Lok (Shui Fong) 和安樂(水房)

Wo Hop To 和合圖(老和)[59]

Wo Lee Kwan 和利群[59]

Wo Kao Chi 和九指

Wo Kwan Lok 和群樂

Wo Lee Wo 和利和

Wo Shing Tong 和勝堂

Wo Yau Wo 和友和

Wo Yee Tong 和義堂

Wo Yung Yee 和勇義

Wo Hung Shing 和洪勝

Wo Kwan Ying 和群英

Wo Luen Shing 和聯勝

Wo Yat Ping 和一平

Wo Yee Ping 和二平

Luen Group 聯字頭

Luen Kung Lok 聯公樂

Luen Lok Tong 聯樂堂(單耳)

Luen Shun Tong 聯順堂

Luen Ying She 聯英社(老聯)

Luen Fei Ying 聯飛英

Luen Hung Ying 聯鴻英

Luen To Ying 聯桃英

Ah Kong 新加坡黑手黨

Ang Bin Hoay 昂斌Hoay

Ang Soon Tong 昂很快塘

Big Circle Gang 大圈幫

Black Dragons 黑龍

Cai crime family 蔡犯罪家族

Chongqing group 重慶組

Chuen Group 全字頭

Chuen Chi Wo 全志和

Chuen Yat Chi 全一志(老全

Ghee Hin Kongsi 酥油軒懸空寺

Green Gang 青帮

Hai San 海新

Long Zii Tong 籽亿龙堂

Rung Group 梯級組

Shing Group 盛集團

Sio Sam Ong (小三王)

Tung Group 東字頭

Tung Kung She 東公社

Tung Kwan She 東群社

Tung Luen She 東聯社(老東)

Tung On Tong 東安堂

Tung Ying She 東英社

Tung On Wo 東安和

Tung Kwan Ying 東群英

Tong Group 同字頭

Tong Kwan Ying 同群英

Tong Lok 同樂

Tong San Wo 同新和(老同)

Jackson Street Boys 積臣街小子[64]

Kung Lok 功乐

Kwong Group 廣字頭

Kwong Hung 廣雄

Kwong Luen Shing 廣聯盛(老廣)

Kwong Shing 廣盛

Kwong Sing Tong 廣聲堂

Yuet Group 粵字頭

Yuet Kwong 粵廣

Yuet Tung 粵東

Ching Group 正字頭

Ching Lung Tuen 正龍團

Chiu Chow Group 潮州幫

Fuk Yee Hing 福義興(老福)

Sun Yee On 新義安(老新)

Chiu Kwong She 潮光社

Chiu Luen Yee 潮聯義

Chung Chau Yuet 中秋月

Chung Sun Tong 忠信堂

Hoi Luk Fung 海陸豐互助社

King Yee 敬義[59]

Sam Shing She 三聖社

Tai Ho Choi 大好彩

Yat Lo Fat 一路发幫

Yee Kwan 義群

Yee Shing Tong 義勝堂

Wah Ching 華青

Wah Kee 華記

Taiwan Group 台灣團體

Chi Hsien Pang 七賢幫

Chung He Pang 中和幫

Four Seas 四海幫** Hsi Pei Pang 西北幫

Niu Pu Pang 牛埔幫

Pei Lien Pang 北聯幫

San Huan Pang 三環幫

Sung Lian 宋廉

Sung Lien Pang (Pine Union) 松聯幫** Tian Dao Man 田道曼

Tien Tao Meng (Celestial Way) 天道盟** United Bamboo 竹聯幫[66]

Honghuzi gangs

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Other Asian organized crime

Abu Sayyaf

Kkangpae[1]

Sang-Hyun Park organization

Kim Du-han mob

Thai mafia

Vietnam

Binh Xuyen

The Nam Cam gang

Kuratong baleleng

Cambodia

Teng Bunma organization

South Asian criminal organizations

See also Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam

Indian mafia

Mumbai

D-Company

Rajan gang

Gawli gang

Bada Rajan

Mudaliar gang

Mastan gang

Rai gang

Johal gang

Budesh gang (Bahrain)

Pakistani Mafia

Dekait gang

Mafia Raj

Dacoit gangs

Singh gang

Veerappan gang

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Middle Eastern organized crime

Al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb,

Abu Nidal Organization and

Hezbollah

Israeli mafia

Abergil Crime Family משפחת אברג’יל

Alperon crime family אלפרון משפחת פשע

Zeev Rosenstein organization זאב רוזנשטיין הארגון

Turkish mafia

Arifs

Kilic gang

Cakici gang

Arabaci clan

Kurdish mafia

Baybasin drug organization

Tahvili crime family

Shabeeha

Moroccan hashish smugglers

Ahmed organization

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Other crime syndicates

Jamaican Yardies & Posse’s

Shower Posse

Tottenham Mandem

Star Gang

Klans Massive

Mungiki

Nigerian organized crime

Anini gang

Mai-Mai gangs

Australia

Sydney

Razor gangs

5T gang

Freeman gang

McPherson gang

Mr Sin gang

Melbourne

Carlton Crew

Moran family

Williams family

Pettingill family

French Canadian

Rivard organization

Chadee gang (Trinidad & Tobago)

Hard Livings gang (Cape Town)

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Cybercrime networks

As society enters the Information Age, certain individuals take advantage of easy flow of information over the Internet to commit online fraud or similar activities. Often the hackers will form a network to better facilitate their activities. On occasion the hackers will be a part of a criminal gang involved in more ‘blue collar crime’, but this is unusual.

Anonymous

Anton Gelonkin internet fraud group

Artem Tsygankov internet bank fraud group.

Avalanche

DarkMarket

Dmitry Naskovets internet fraud group

EstDomains

Legion of Doom

Leo Kuvayev internet spam group[80]

LulzRaft

LulzSec

Masters of Deception

Nigerian 419 gangs

Chief Nwude and accomplices

PLESHCHUK-TŠURIKOV ATM hacking group

Russian Business Network[

ShadowCrew

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Drug and smuggling rings

Smuggling is a behavior that has occurred ever since there were laws or a moral code that forbade access to a specific person or object. At the core of any smuggling organization is the economic relationship between supply and demand. From the organization’s point of view, the issues are what the consumer wants, and how much the consumer is willing to pay the smuggler or smuggling organization to obtain it.

North American drug rings

The Brotherhood of Eternal Love

Black Tuna Gang

The Company

Jung organization

Mancuso organization

Chagra organization

“Freeway” Ricky Ross organization

Ike Atkinson organization

Pizza Connection

The Yogurt Connection

England

Hawkhurst Gang

The Aldington Gang

Brian Brendon Wright’s drug empire

Howard Marks smuggling ring

Organ trafficking organizations

Gurgaon organ trafficking network

Levy-Izhak Rosenbaum organ trafficking network

Kosovar Organ Trafficking Network

International drug rings

Bali Nine

Mr Asia

The French Connection

Valencia drug ring

James Springette Island Boys organization

Rum running organization

William S. McCoy organization

Arms trafficking organizations

Viktor Bout’s organization[

Leonid Minin’s organization

Monzer al-Kassar’s organization

People smuggling

Snakeheads 蛇頭

Sister Ping’s organization

Coyotaje

Lai Changxing organization

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Prison gangs

Prisons are a natural meeting place for criminals, and for the purposes of protection from other inmates and business prisoners join gangs. These gangs often develop a large influence outside the prison walls through their networks. Most prison gangs do more than offer simple protection for their members. Most often, prison gangs are responsible for any drug, tobacco or alcohol handling inside correctional facilities. Furthermore, many prison gangs involve themselves in prostitution, assaults, kidnappings and murders. Prison gangs often seek to intimidate the other inmates, pressuring them to relinquish their food and other resources. In addition, prison gangs often exercise a large degree of influence over organized crime in the “free world”, larger than their isolation in prison might lead one to expect.

Non American

Primeiro Comando da Capital (First Command of the Capital)

Vory v zakone (вор в законе)

The Numbers Gang

Brödraskapet (The Brotherhood)[

American

White (see also white supremacist gang The Order)

Aryan Brotherhood

Dead Man Incorporated

Public Enemy No. 1

Nazi Lowriders

European Kindred

Hispanic

Barrio Azteca

Mexican Mafia (La Eme)

Nuestra Familia

Nuevo Syndicato

Texas Syndicate (Syndicato Tejano)

Ñetas

Puro Tango Blast

Mexikanemi

African American

Black Guerrilla Family

D.C. Blacks

People Nation

Folk Nation

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Street gangs

Youth gangs have often served as a recruiting ground for more organized crime syndicates, where juvenile delinquents grow up to be full-fledged mobsters, as well as providing muscle and other low-key work. Increasingly, especially in the United States and other western countries, street gangs are becoming much more organized in their own right with a hierarchical structure and are fulfilling the role previously taken by traditional organized crime.

Non American

Apaches

Rio de Janeiro

Amigos dos Amigos

Comando Vermelho

Terceiro Comando

Terceiro Comando Puro

New Zealand

Mongrel Mob

Black Power

Area Boys

Maras

Mara Salvatrucha

18th Street gang

Australia

Rocks Push

Evil Warriors

Dlasthr

Sword Boys[

Blood UsoZ

Tongan Souljahs

Pacific Island Boiis

Tongan Crip Gang

Sons Of Samoa

Canada

Vancouver

Independent Soldiers

United Nations

Red Scorpions

Toronto

Jamaican Shower Posse

Falstaff Crips

Jamestown Crips

Driftwood Crips

Five Point Generalz

Project Originals

Asian Assassinz

Hamilton

Oriental Blood Brothers

Montreal

Bo-Gars

Crack Down Posse

Master P (gang de rue)

67 Crips

Aboriginal Based Organized Crime

Indian Posse

Native Syndicate

Redd Alert

Mad Kowz

VVT

United Kingdom

London

Ghetto Boys

Peckham Boys

The Yiddishers

Lynx Gang

Gooch gang

Croxteth Crew

Glasgow

Penny Mobs

Tongs

Razor gangs

Denmark

AK81

Black Cobra

T

urkish-German gangs

36 Boys

Black Jackets

Salakau

The Barbarians

Raskol gangs

George Street Crew

American

Friends Stand United

Chicago

TAP Boyz

Simon City Royals

Chicago Gaylords

Jousters

Almighty Saints

Popes

Italian-American street gangs

South Brooklyn Boys

Forty-Two Gang

The Tanglewood Boys

Green Street Counts

Zoe Pound

African-American

Chicago

Gangster Disciples

Mickey Cobras

Black Disciples

Vice Lords

Black P. Stones

Black P. Stones (Jungles)

Bloods

Sex Money Murda

Double II Set

Pirus

Crips

Venice Shoreline Crips

Rollin 60 Neighborhood Crips

Eight Tray Gangsta Crips

East Nashville Crips

Grape Street Watts Crips

12th Street Gang

United Blood Nation

West Side Street Mobb

Errol Flynns

Pony down gang

Black Spades

Westmob

Asian American

21 Boys 廿一仔

Asian Invasion 亞洲進擊

Asian Boyz 亞洲

Black Bugs 黑蟲

Black Eagles 黑鷹

Born To Kill 天生殺手幫

Chung Ching Yee (Joe Boys) 忠精義

Chung Yee 忠義

Continentals 大陸幣

Dai Ben (Cookies) 大餅

Flying Circle Boys 飛圈仔

Flying Dragons 飛龍幫

Fong-Fong Boys 豐芳男

Fuk Ching 福青

Ghost Shadows 鬼影幫

Golden Star 金星

Green Dragons 青龍

Hong Kong Boys 香港仔

Hop Sing Boys 合勝仔

Hung Pho 紅火

Immortals 神仙

Kit Jai 傑仔

Korrupted Boyz 的

Kurrupted Boys 男孩

Liang Shan (Quen Ying) 梁山

Menace of Destruction 毀滅的威脅

Mo Ming Pai 無名派

Phoenician Warriors

Ping Boys 平仔

Ping On 平安

Raiders 攻略

Red Sun 紅陽

Seven Stars 七星

Sing Wa 興華

Suey Sing Boys 萃勝仔

Taiwan Boys 台灣仔

Thien Long Boyz 天龍

Tiny Rascal Gangsters 微小的拉斯卡爾剛

Tung On 東安幫

Viet Ching 越青

White Dragons 白龍

White Eagles 白鷹

White Tigers 白虎

Yau Lai 友利

Hispanic

Latin Kings

Ghetto Brothers

New York City Dominican gangs

Dominicans Don’t Play

Jheri Curls

Trinitarios

California

White Fence

Whittier gang

Fresno Bulldogs

Lott Stoner Gang

Norteños

Sureños

38th Street gang

Culver City Boys 13

Santa Monica 13

Azusa 13

Longos

El Monte Flores 13

Venice 13

Tooner Ville Rifa 13

Clanton 14

Varrio Nuevo Estrada

Playboys

Avenues[39][74][98]

Logan Heights Gang

Siete Vieho

Chicago

Insane Deuces

La Raza Nation

Maniac Latin Disciples

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Historical

Irish-American

Bottoms Gang

19th Street Gang

40 Thieves

Dead Rabbits

Gopher Gang

Grady Gang

Five Points Gang

Daybreak Boys

Tenth Avenue Gang

Kerryonians

Roach Guards

Whyos

Chichesters

Marginals

Live Oak Boys

Bottoms Gang

New York

Neighbors’ Sons

Boodle Gang

Honeymoon Gang

Dutch Mob

Eastman Gang

Batavia Street Gang

Bowery Boys

Charlton Street Gang

Gas House Gang

Lenox Avenue Gang

Crazy Butch Gang

Hudson Dusters

Humpty Jackson Gang

Slaughter House Gang

Cherry Hill Gang

Swamp Angels

Yakey Yakes

Hook Gang

Tub of Blood Bunch

Bloody Tubs

Plug Uglies

Sydney Ducks

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Miscellaneous

Philadelphia Poison Ring

Zwi Migdal

Mamak Gang

Nigerian campus cults

Bad Newz Kennels dogfighting ring

Football hooliganism groups

Prostitution rings

Emperors Club VIP

Heidi Fleiss prostitution ring

Piracy groups

Piracy on Falcon Lake

Somalian pirate gangs

Indonesian pirate gangs

Spy rings

Atomic spies

Cambridge Five

Duquesne Spy Ring

Illegals program

Portland Spy Ring

Walker spy ring

Jesse James Hollywood’s drug ring

Brazilian Jogo do Bicho rings

Anísio group

Capitão Guimarães group

Andrade group

Luizinho Drummond group

Turcão group

Pinheiro group

Burglary rings

Dinner Set Gang

Bling Ring

Sugarman Gang

Historical

Benson Syndicate

Black Hand

Bronx gangs (1950s-1960s)

Soap Gang criminal empire, Denver, Creede, Colorado, and Skagway, Alaska 1880s-1890s.

Al Swearengen organization

Thuggee

Garduna

Markham Gang

England

Jonathan Wild’s crime ring

Charles Hitchen’s crime ring

Forty Elephants

Predecessors to modern yakuza

Tekiya 的屋[57]

Bakuto 博徒[57]

Kabukimono 傾奇者 (カブキもの

About ISIS or Islamic State and Islam is now in Latin America

https://isisandislaminlatinamerica.wordpress.com/ and https://mrkowalzki21.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/the-isis-islamic-state-invasion-and-islam-of-latin-america-through-central-america-like-mayan-southern-mexico-and-guatemala/ ISIS or Islamic State and Islam is now in Latin America and Caribbean like Mexico. Southern Mexico is now the land of the Mayan Muslims. Islam is now the religion and will become an official religion in Chiapas, Mexico. Muslim groups and peoples from all over the world will come to Chiapas and intermarry with the local Maya tribes. The vengeance of the Maya with the help of Islam and groups like ISIS will wreck havoc on Mexico, Central America and the United States of America. Jews will never be safe in America anymore. Also the Indigenous Native Americans with United States, Canada and greenland and the other native tribes of Latin America will embrace Islam too.
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