This blog will be on leave until the 31st of August.

After close to 8 monthes of daily posting about intelligence analysis and organized crime, it’s time for annual leave.

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Devil’s Advocacy within Dutch military intelligence (2008-2020): An effective instrument for quality assurance? » (2021)

By Alexander Claver, Huibert M. van de Meeberg « In 2008 a Devil’s Advocate (DA) office was established within the Dutch Defence Intelligence and Security Service […]

[#CrimOrg] Livre: « European White-collar Crime: Exploring the Nature of European Realities » (2021)

« From corporate corruption and the facilitation of money laundering, to food fraud and labour exploitation, European citizens continue to be confronted by serious corporate and […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Computational Thinking for Problem Solving and Managerial Mindset Training » (2021)

By Luisa Dall’Acqua « The cultural, social, and economic history of mankind is characterized by a succession of needs and problems that have stimulated the invention […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Major Crimes – Between Geopolitical reality and a Strategic Threat » (2021)

By Jean-François Gayraud, « Major crime has now become a geopolitical issue, way beyond the scope of police and justice authorities alone. It has therefore become […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « The impact of AI on intelligence analysis: tackling issues of collaboration, algorithmic transparency, accountability, and management » (2021)

By Kathleen M. Vogel, Gwendolynne Reid, Christopher Kampe, Paul Jones

[#CrimOrg] Article: « National Policy Against Corruption in the Framework of Global Integration Processes » (2021)

By Anna Mokhorova, Dmitriy Mokhorov, Bella Kerefova, Sergey Kosarev « Combating corruption is an important part of the national policy of states. However, measures taken at the state level are […]

[INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Situation Awareness, Mental Models and Understanding » (2021)

By Mare Teichmann, Leo Motus « This is an introductory discussion of links between collected situational awareness (e.g. data) and the cognitive processes required to convert […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Recruitment into Organized Crime: An Agent-Based Approach Testing the Impact of Different Policies » (2021)

By Francesco Calderoni, Gian Maria Campedelli, Aron Szekely, Mario Paolucci, Giulia Andrighetto « ObjectivesWe test the effects of four policy scenarios on recruitment into organized crime. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Intelligence as decision-making support » (2021)

By Espen Barth Eide « The number of decisions to be made, combined with the time available before a decision must be made, makes it very […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « The Making of Crime Predictions: Sociotechnical Assemblages and the Controversies of Governing Future Crime » (2021)

By Daniel Edler Duarte « We are witnessing an upsurge in crime forecasting software, which supposedly draws predictive knowledge from data on past crime. Although prevention […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Models for Strategic Thinking in Intelligence Analysis » (2021)

By Luisa Dall’Acqua « Intelligence is a field of activity that has a rich history, yet it still lacks clarity of definition and agreement. This is […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organized Crime and Firms’ Financial Statements: Evidence from Criminal Investigations in Italy » (2021)

By Pietro Andrea Bianchi, Antonio Marra, Donato Masciandaro, Nicola Pecchiari « We investigate how connections to organized crime manifest on firms’ financial statements and analyze the […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Circulation, not Cooperation: Towards a new understanding of intelligence agencies as transnationally constituted knowledge providers » (2021)

By Sophia Hoffmann « Theoretical approaches to international intelligence relations primarily rely on the inadequate concept of cooperation. I offer an alternative analytical framework based on the […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Cognitive Biases in Criminal Case Evaluation: A Review of the Research » (2021)

By Vanessa Meterko, Glinda Cooper « Psychological heuristics are an adaptive part of human cognition, helping us operate efficiently in a world full of complex stimuli. […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Article: « Intelligence is NOT About “Telling Truth to Power” » (2021)

By Mark M. Lowenthal « Intelligence officers love to explain their role in the policy process as « telling truth to power ». They wrap themselves in this […]

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