Policing Transnational Crime
Law Enforcement of Criminal Flows
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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.
Setting the Scene;
'Introduction' by Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko;
'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 Nokleberg;
Flows of Goods;
'Going with the Flow: Comparative Research on Transnational Port Security' by Eva Dinchel and Marleen Easton;
'Controlling IUU Fishing through Problem-Oriented Policing' by Jade Lindley and Erika Techera;
'"You just have to wear it": Trafficking of metal-detected antiquities from South-East Asia' by Samuel Hardy;
Flows of People;
'Challenges of Policing Migration Flows through Smart Border Technology: Case Study of the Mediterranean Region' by Mehari Fisseha;
'Cultural Differences or Cultural Bias? Towards a Project on the Policing of the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta Abroad' by Anna Sergi;
'Foreign Fighters in Germany and France: A Comparative Analysis of Legal Frameworks and Police Methods' by Vasiliki Chalkiadaki;
Law Enforcement Techniques;
'Policing and Intelligence Flows in Counter-Terrorism: Current Challenges for European Policing' by Saskia Hufnagel;
'Fusion Centres as Security Networks: Exploring the Relational Properties of Networked Intelligence Systems' by David Bright and Chad Whelan;
'Value of Transparency: The Role of Beneficial Ownership Registers in Tackling Crime' by Anton Moiseienko;
'Conclusions' by Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko;
Anton Moiseienko is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies of the Royal United Services Institute, London.