The first question to confront the researcher on this matter is the nature of organised crime: what is it? What does it comprise? What form does it take for the police? And for the courts? These are all questions which must be addressed in order to understand and appreciate the structures within our legal system which have afforded a rise in the instance of this type of activity and they are subject of the substantive text. The next issue is the question surrounding organised crime. Is it to be considered along the lines of counterparts in other jurisdictions such as the mafia in America? What can the police do? Is there any special provision to aid them in their attempts to curb the growth of organised crime? What is theory of law when one man tells another man, of full age and capacity, to commit an offence? These are all questions which are to be addressed to analyse all aspects, and the potential pitfalls, of a system faced with the growth of organised criminal activity.