Ever since "Murder, Inc." you could let the public know you were dealing with rackets by appending the abbreviation for legal articles of incoporation to your title. Even when it looks stupid:
The sequel to Work Release, Inc.!
Oh, great: one of those cheapies that tries to buff up its importance with a public-service crawl:
If nothing stirs the public blood like unwisely given paroles, we are finished as a nation. You can tell who's involved in the racket, because they have bad ties:
Plot: an FBI agent goes undercover to bust a racket that gets guys paroled before they should really be paroled. Danger at every turn! It's mostly guys in hats standing around talking. Here's an example of the gripping, pulse-pounding direction: