Combating International Crime: The Longer Arm of the Law

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-08-19
  • Publisher: Routledge-Caven

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This book maps the practicalities and challenges in making cross-border law enforcement work. Addressing the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of crime or criminality which is conducted in more than one country, it provides a professional assessment and describes the essential ingredients of international law enforcement cooperation.

Table of Contents

The authorsp. xi
Forewordp. xvi
Editor's notep. xviii
Acknowledgementsp. xix
The contextp. 1
The longer arm of the law: an introductionp. 3
Tackling international crime: forward into the third erap. 8
Ready, willing and enable: a theory of enablers for international co-operationp. 29
International organisationsp. 41
Interpol: a global service providerp. 43
The EU solution: Europol and Eurojustp. 59
OLAF: fighting fraud in the EU and beyondp. 77
Balancing political and practical interests: the SECI Centerp. 88
Liaison office networks
Overseas Liaison Officersp. 96
Liaising in international organisationsp. 103
Legal Attaches and liaison: the FBIp. 110
Judicial cooperation
No hiding place: how justice need not be blinded by bordersp. 123
Extradition: Croatian experiences relating to war criminalsp. 163
The mechanics of communicationp. 169
Getting the message across: information exchange as a communication chainp. 171
Keeping in context: meaning what you sayp. 186
Major tools and techniquesp. 197
Controlled deliveriesp. 199
Analyse this (and that): a consideration of the international role of analysisp. 205
Applying the sciencep. 214
The cyber side of crimep. 232
In practicep. 241
Across two continents: a case studyp. 243
Afterwordp. 257
List of appendicesp. 260
International co-operation networksp. 261
Model information sharing protocolp. 273
Letter of Request briefingp. 278
An international liaison unitp. 279
An international organisationp. 281
Key international legal instrumentsp. 285
Glossary of acronymsp. 289
Further readingp. 291
Indexp. 297
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