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Calgary Police Service. “Auto Theft Unit”. www.gov.calgary.ab.ca/police/inside/auto_theft.html.
Criminal Intelligence Service Canada. 2003. 2003 Annual Report on Organized Crime in Canada. www.cisc.gc.ca
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National Committee to Reduce Auto Theft. 2003. Sub-Committee Report on Organised Vehicle Theft Rings.
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North American Export Committee. 2003. “Mission.” www.naexportcommittee.org.
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Svensson, Robert. 2002. “Strategic Offences in the Criminal Career Context.” The British Journal of Criminology. 42: 395-411.
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