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Vol 24 No 8 Aug/Sept 2019

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Policing Transnational Crime: Law Enforcement of Criminal Flows


ISBN13: 9780815354635
To be Published: January 2021
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £115.00



As the threats posed by organised crime and terrorism persist, law enforcement authorities remain under pressure to suppress the movement, or flows, of people and objects that are deemed dangerous. This collection provides a broad overview of the challenges and trends of the policing of flows. How these threats are constructed and addressed by governments and law enforcement agencies is the unifying thread of the book. The concept of flows is interpreted broadly so as to include the trafficking of illicit substances, wildlife trade, and legal and illegal migration, including cross-border travel by members of organised crime groups or ‘foreign fighters’. The book focuses especially on the responses of governments and law enforcement agencies to the changing nature and intensity of flows. The contributors comprise a mixture of lawyers, sociologists, historians and criminologists who address both formal legal and practical, on-the-ground approaches to the policing of flows.

The volume invites reflection on whether the existing tool kit of governments and law enforcement agencies is adequate in this changing environment and how it could be modernised, for example, by increased reliance on technology or by reappraising the role of the private sector. As such, the book will be useful not only for academics and practitioners who work on security-related matters, but also more generally to those who are interested in what the near-term future of policing is likely to look like and how the balance between law enforcement on the one hand and human rights and civil liberties on the other can be achieved.

Subjects:
Criminal Law, Police and Public Order Law
Contents:
Introduction by Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
Going with the Flow: Comparative Research on Transnational Port Security by Eva Dinchel and Marleen Easton (Ghent University)
Challenges of Policing Migration Flows through Smart Border Technology: Case Study of the Mediterranean Region by Mehari Fisseha (Ghent University)
Controlling IUU Fishing through Problem-Oriented Policing by Jade Lindley and Erika Techera (both – University of Western Australia)
"You just have to wear it": Trafficking of metal-detected antiquities from South-East Asia by Sam Hardy (American University of Rome)
Cultural Differences or Cultural Bias? Towards a Project on the Policing of the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta Abroad by Anna Sergi (University of Essex)
Foreign Fighters in Germany and France: A Comparative Analysis of Legal Frameworks and Police Methods by Vasiliki Chalkiadaki (Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law)
Policing and Intelligence Flows in Counter-Terrorism: Current Challenges for European Policing by Saskia Hufnagel (Queen Mary University of London)
The Role of Beneficial Ownership Information in Policing the Flows of Corruption Proceeds by Anton Moiseienko (Queen Mary University of London)
The History and Nature of Flows – an Exploration of the Continuity and Changes of the Policing of Flows from the 16th to the 21st Century by Martin Nøkleberg (University of Oslo)
Conclusion by Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko (QMUL)