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Organized crime impacts on societies, and it is one of the main threats to global justice. Assessment of the presence and activities of organized crime is therefore crucial for the design of effective policies and actions. Several methodological approaches have been proposed to address the two main challenges implied by this effort: 1 the complexity of defining what organized crime is; and 2 the collection and generation of reliable data to estimate it.
Doha Declaration. Education for Justice. What is Good Governance? Definition of Crime Prevention 2. Key Crime Prevention Typologies 2. Crime Problem-Solving Approaches 4. Identifying the Need for Legal Aid 3. Models for Delivering Legal Aid Services 7. Roles and Responsibilities of Legal Aid Providers 8. Legal Framework 3. Use of Firearms 5. Protection of Especially Vulnerable Groups 7. Aims and Significance of Alternatives to Imprisonment 2.
Justifying Punishment in the Community 3. Pretrial Alternatives 4. Post Trial Alternatives 5. Concept, Values and Origin of Restorative Justice 2. Overview of Restorative Justice Processes 3. How Cost Effective is Restorative Justice?
Vulnerabilities of Girls in Conflict with the Law 3. Ending Violence against Women 2. Human Rights Approaches to Violence against Women 3. Who Has Rights in this Situation? What about the Men? Understanding the Concept of Victims of Crime 2. Impact of Crime, including Trauma 3. Right of Victims to Adequate Response to their Needs 4. Collecting Victim Data 5. Victims and their Participation in Criminal Justice Process 6.
Outlook on Current Developments Regarding Victims 8. The Many Forms of Violence against Children 2. The Impact of Violence on Children 3. Improving the Prevention of Violence against Children 5. The Role of the Justice System 2. Justice for Children 4. Justice for Children in Conflict with the Law 5. Institutional and Functional Role of Prosecutors 2c. Share this page Toggle Dropdown. Add selection. Create your own course:.
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She is a leading expert on the relationship among terrorism, organized crime and corruption as well as human trafficking, establish the Russian Organized Crime Study Centers and to study the role of non-state actors in nuclear proliferation. (Routledge, ), Lawyers in Soviet Worklife and Crime and Modernization.
The concept of 'transnational crime', from a criminological perspective, originates from the mids when the United Nations used the term in order to identify certain criminal activities which transcend national jurisdictions. In , the United Nations identified eighteen categories of transnational - and mostly organized - criminality. The crimes listed included, among others, money laundering, terrorist activities, theft of art and cultural objects, theft of intellectual property, illicit arms trafficking, aircraft hijacking, sea piracy , insurance fraud, computer crime, environmental crime, trafficking in persons , trade in human body parts, illicit drug trafficking, fraudulent bankruptcy, infiltration of legal business, corruption and bribery of public or party officials.
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Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center TraCCC is the first center in the United States devoted to understanding the links among terrorism, transnational crime and corruption, and to teach, research, train and help formulate policy on these critical issues. Founded by Dr. Louise Shelley ,  TraCCC accomplishes its mission through international research partnerships engaging in fundamental and applied research projects. Research addresses such diverse concerns as national security, economic development and human rights. Workshops, public lectures, and scholarly exchanges and joint research partnerships are core TraCCC activities. Research topics in which TraCCC and its overseas partners are actively engaged include human smuggling and trafficking; nuclear proliferation issues; the links between crime and terrorism; money laundering and other financial crimes; the impact of organized crime and terrorism on legitimate business; and environmental crimes. Since its establishment in , TraCCC has undertaken much of its research, training and policy-building projects in the Soviet successor states and Turkey.
Omer L. Louise Shelley is the Omer L. She is a leading expert on the relationship among terrorism, organized crime and corruption as well as human trafficking, transnational crime and terrorism with a particular focus on the former Soviet Union. She also specializes in illicit financial flows and money laundering. She held a Fulbright and researched and taught on crime issues in Mexico.
Full details of the published and current research undertaken by our core faculty can be found in the detailed biographies of each faculty member. A summary can be found below. CSC publishes working papers to make research results, accounts of work-in-progress and background information available to those concerned with the study of corruption and anti-corruption. Recent titles include:.
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In recent years, drug use, illegal migration and human trafficking have all become more common Published September 20, by Routledge characters, the eBook will be available in PDF (PBK) format, which cannot be reflowed. and Director of the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC).