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Publisher: London : Emerald Group Publ, 2015.
Series: Journal of Money Laundering Control: Volume 18, Issue 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Twenty years ago, Tupman opened the second international police congress in the Basque Country in San Sebastian with an overview of the changing nature of crime and the training demands this made on the police. The themes that he picked out were: the shift of the focus from hierarchy to networks; the growth of something new called computer crime, in which he included the theft of intellectual property; the greater  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Rider, Barry.
Organised crime.
Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 1785603019 9781785603013
OCLC Number: 921986183
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Editorial advisory board; Editorial; Legitimacy matters Los Caballeros Templarios and the mutation of Mexican organized crime; Organised crime goes online: realities and challenges; Political corruption and money laundering: lessons from Nigeria; Organised crime in Englishcriminal law Lessons from the United States on conspiracy and criminal enterprise; Reverse money laundering in Russia: clean cash for dirty ends; What does the way crime was organised yesterday tell us about the way crime is organised today and will be tomorrow?
Series Title: Journal of Money Laundering Control: Volume 18, Issue 2.

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Twenty years ago, Tupman opened the second international police congress in the Basque Country in San Sebastian with an overview of the changing nature of crime and the training demands this made on the police. The themes that he picked out were: the shift of the focus from hierarchy to networks; the growth of something new called computer crime, in which he included the theft of intellectual property; the greater prospects for white collar crime and fraud as it was low-risk and high profit; and the growth of product counterfeiting. A theme raised, but passed over was the growth in political d.

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