Women in Organized Crime in Russia

  • Yakov Gilinsky
Part of the STUDIES IN ORGANIZED CRIME book series (SOOC, volume 5)


The unprecedented crime wave in Russia in recent few years has struck all of society. As an effect of conditions in Russia today, female crime, including that by adolescents, has increased in levels of both activity and cruelty. Female criminal behavior has negatively influenced society and the family, undermining moral principles and adding to an atmosphere of depravity, corruption, and permissiveness.


Organize Crime Criminal Activity Criminal Organization Criminal Group Organize Crime Group 
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