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A Handbook of Food Crime: Immoral and illegal practices in the food industry and what to do about them Edited by Allison Gray and Ronald Hinch
County Lines: Exploitation and Drug Dealing Among Urban Street Gangs By Simon Harding
Gangs, Drugs, and Youth Adversity: Continuity and Change By Ross Deuchar, Robert McLean, and Chris Holligan
European White-Collar Crime: Exploring the Nature of European Realities Edited by Nicholas Lord, Éva Inzelt, Wim Huisman and Rita Faria
Ports, Crime, And Security By Anna Sergi, Alexandria Reid, Luca Storti and Marleen Easton
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Edited by Felia Allum, University of Bath, UK and Stan Gilmour, Senior Investigating Officer, Thames Valley Police
This fully revised new edition provides a definitive and holistic overview of Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) in a world in which right wing populism has gained ground, trade wars are increasing, and China is an emerging force. Updated to reflect the changing world and truly interdisciplinary in nature the Handbook features contributions from an international team of experts, working in different academic disciplines and within varied law enforcement agencies. It will appeal to scholars, policy-makers, and practitioners in International Law, Global Governance, International Political Economy and Security Studies.
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The Emerald Handbook of Crime, Justice and Sustainable Development Edited by Jarrett Blaustein, Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Nathan W. Pino, Rob White
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The two free chapters are: * Responding to Organized Crime through Sustainable Development: Tensions and Prospects * Following the Money: Illicit Financial Flows and Sustainable Development Goal 16.4
Available from 1-8 December 2021
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Journal of Money Laundering Control General editor: Professor Barry Rider OBE University of Cambridge, UK and Renmin University China, People's Republic of China The Journal of Money Laundering Control provides detailed analysis and insight on the latest issues in the law, regulation and control of money laundering and related matters. Explore the table of contents and learn how to submit your work at: https://bit.ly/OC24-JMLC
Journal of Financial Crime General editor: Professor Barry Rider OBE University of Cambridge, UK and Renmin University China, People's Republic of China The Journal of Financial Crime publishes authoritative, practical and detailed insight in the most serious and topical issues relating to the control and prevention of financial crime and related abuse. Click here to explore the table of contents and learn how to submit your work.
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Crimes of the Powerful - 2nd Edition By Dawn Rothe, David Kauzlarich
The Rise of Politically Motivated Cyber Attacks By Tine Munk
Money Laundering Blacklists By Michele Riccardi
Routledge International Handbook of Critical Gang Studies Edited By David C. Brotherton, Rafael Jose Gude
Organized Crime: A Cultural Introduction By Antonio Nicaso, Marcel Danesi
Organised Crime and Law Enforcement By David Bright, Chad Whelan
Cybercrime and Digital Deviance By Roderick S. Graham, 'Shawn K. Smith
Gangs and Organized Crime By George W. Knox, Gregg W. Etter, and Carter F. Smith
Challenging Organized Crime in the Western Hemisphere: A Game of Moves and Countermoves By Philip B. Heymann and Stephen P. Heymann
Mafia Violence: Political, Symbolic, and Economic Forms of Violence in Camorra Clans Edited by Monica Massari and Vittorio Martone
The Outlaw Biker Legacy of Violence By Thomas Barker
Historical Perspectives on Organised Crime and Terrorism Edited by James Windle, John Morrison, Aaron Winter, and Andrew Silke
The Freedom Fighter: A Terrorist’s Own Story By Murat Haner
Global Organized Crime: A 21st Century Approach - 2nd Edition By Mitchel P. Roth
Corruption, Fraud, Organized Crime, and the Shadow Economy Edited by Maximilian Edelbacher, Peter C. Kratcoski, and Bojan Dobovšek
The Routledge Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime in Europe Edited by Judith van Erp, Wim Huisman, Gudrun Vande Walle
Global Human Trafficking: Critical Issues and Contexts Edited by Molly Dragiewicz
Biker Gangs and Transnational Organized Crime - 2nd Edition By Thomas Barker
Organized Crime: From the Mob to Transnational Organized Crime 7th Edition By Jay S. Albanese
The Origins of Modern Financial Crime: Historical foundations and current problems in Britain By Sarah Wilson
Human Trafficking: Exploring the International Nature, Concerns, and Complexities Edited by John Winterdyk, Benjamin Perrin, and Philip Reichel
Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime Edited by Felia Allum and Stan Gilmour
Policing Organized Crime: Intelligence Strategy Implementation By Petter Gottschalk
Routledge Studies in Organised Crime Edited by Georgios A. Antonopoulos, University of Teesside, UK
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This series offers a forum for international academic research advancing understandings of the nature of organised crime, its representations and the policies and practices surrounding it. It is the home for cross-cutting, empirically robust, theoretically ambitious studies as well as impactful academic-practitioner collaborations, drawing from a wide range of geographical, cultural, political and social contexts. We would be happy to consider single or multi-authored monographs or edited collections.
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Handbook of Organised Crime and Politics Edited by Felia Allum, University of Bath and Stan Gilmour, Thames Valley Police, UK
Italian Mafias Today Edited by Felia Allum, University of Bath, UK Isabella Clough Marinaro, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy and Rocco Sciarrone, University of Turin, Italy
Advanced Introduction to Organised Crime Leslie Holmes, University of Melbourne, Australia, University of Bologna, Italy, Graduate School for Social Research, Poland and People's University, China
Anti-Corruption Compliance : A Guide for Small and Mid-Sized Organizations Gemma Aiolfi, Basel Institute on Governance, Switzerland
A Research Agenda for Global Crime Edited by Tim Hall and Vincenzo Scalia, University of Winchester, UK
Directors' Duties and Corporate Anti-Corruption Compliance The 'Good Steward' in US and UK Law and Practice Patrick J. O’Malley, Universidad de Navarra, Spain
Negotiated Settlements in Bribery Cases: A Principled Approach Edited by Tina Søreide, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Norway and Abiola Makinwa, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
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Rethinking Drug Courts: International Experiences of a US Policy Export Edited by John Collins, Winifred Agnew-Pauley, and Alexander Soderholm
What are drug courts? Do they work? Why are they so popular? Should countries be expanding them or rolling them back? These are some of the questions this volume attempts to answer. Simultaneously popular and problematic, loved and loathed, drug courts have proven an enduring topic for discussion in international drug policy debates. Starting in Miami in the 1980s and being exported enthusiastically across the world, we now have a range of international case studies to re-examine their effectiveness. Whereas traditional debates tended towards binaries like “do they work?”, this volume attempts to unpick their export and implementation, contextualising their efficacy. Instead of a simple yes or no answer, the book provides key insights into the operation of drug courts in various parts of the world. The case studies range from a relatively successful small-scale model in Australia to the large and unwieldy business of drug courts in the US, to their failed scale-up in Brazil and the small and institutionally adrift models that have been tried in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. The book concludes that although drug courts can be made to work in very specific niche contexts, the singular focus on them as being close to a “silver bullet” obscures the real issues that societies must address, including (but not limited to) a more comprehensive and full- spectrum focus on diverting drug-involved individuals away from the criminal justice system.
“Drug policies based on public health approaches are globally recognized as effective and cost-efficient for drug use management. Evidence-based and people centered health interventions concerned with the rights to health and to benefit from scientific progress need to take precedence in dealing with people who use drugs. This book is an important resource in these debates, providing a critical reading of the evidence on drug courts, whilst fostering new analyses and evidence on service provision for people who use drugs.”
Rt Hon Helen Clark is a former prime minister of New Zealand (1999–2008) and was the United Nations Development Programme Administrator between 2009 and 2017 and the chair of the United Nations Development Group