[#CrimOrg] Article: « Financial Networks and Structure of Global Financial Crime » (2021)

By Oscar M. Granados, Andrés Vargas « Financial crimes are social problems that affect many different communities around the world, involving public and private organizations in […]

[#CrimOrg|#AI] Article: « Beyond the prediction paradigm: challenges for AI in the struggle against organized crime » (2021)

By Dr. Paula Helm, Dr. Thilo Hagendorff « The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for policing is a hot topic. This is not only because of […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organised crime and criminal careers: Findings from an Australian sample » (2021)

By Anthony Morgan, Jason Payne « A growing number of international studies have shown members of organised crime groups have different criminal career trajectories to volume […]

[#CrimOrg|#COVID19] Article: « COVID-19 and Organized Crime: Strategies employed by criminal groups to increase their profits and power in the first months of the pandemic » (2021)

By Alberto Aziani, Gianluca A. Bertoni, Maria Jofre, Michele Riccardi « The COVID-19 pandemic has created new opportunities for organized criminal groups and confronted them with […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Fighting organized crime by automatically detecting money laundering-related financial transactions » (2021)

By Andrea Tundis, Soujanya Nemalikanti, Max Mühlhäuser « Money laundering is the set of operations aimed at giving a legitimate appearance to capital whose origin is […]

[#CrimOrg|#OSINT] Article: « A structured methodical process for populating a crime script of organized crime activity using OSINT » (2021)

By Spencer P. Chainey, Arantza Alonso Berbotto « Crime script analysis is becoming an increasingly used approach for examining organized crime. Crime scripts can use data […]

[#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 […]

[#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 […]

[#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. […]

[#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 […]

[#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 […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Basic approaches to fighting organized crime in the EU » (2021)

By Romeo Drobarov, Biljana Popovska « Organized crime as a concept, phenomenon and a threat attracts attention and raises interest to be studied. Moreover, it provokes […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Cheats, threats and reflexivity: organizational narratives and on policing organized and economic crime » (2021)

By Annette Vestby « Drawing on narrative criminology and sensemaking theory, this paper explores interpretive pat-terns in an interagency policing collaboration that targets ‘work-related crime’ (WRC). […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Technology as a tool for transnational organized crime: networking and money laundering » (2021)

By Gurpreet Tung « Using technology tocommit crimesis becoming much more prevalent. The internet has provided organized criminal entitiesanonymity and accessibility to criminal networksacross the worldto […]

[#CrimOrg] Article : « International Standards to Combat the Laundering of Proceeds Gained by Criminal Means » (2021)

By Liudmila Bukalerova, Aleksandr Malygin « The purpose of this article is to examine international standards against the laundering of organized crime proceeds. The methodological background […]

[#INTELLIGENCE] Livre: « Crime and Intelligence Analysis: An Integrated Real-time Approach » (2021)

By Glenn Grana, James Windell « Crime and Intelligence Analysis: An Integrated Real-Time Approach, 2nd Edition, covers everything crime analysts and tactical analysts need to know to […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Organised Crime and Terrorism » (2021)

By Raphael Bossong, Leslie Holmes « Terrorism and organised crime are considered major security threats in both the EU and Asia-Pacific. Despite the military defeat of ISIS, European […]

[#CrimOrg] Article: « Self-Selecting Candidates or Compelling Voters: How Organized Crime Affects Political Selection » (2021)

By Anna Laura Baraldi, Giovanni Immordino, Marco Stimolo « Using data on mayoral candidates and elected mayors in Italian municipalities, this paper seeks to unveil the […]

[#CrimOrg|#Terrorism] Article: « ISIS and the Crime-Terror Nexus in America » (2021)

By Raphael D. Marcus « This study explores the nexus between crime and Islamic State (ISIS) terrorism in America. It highlights trends in the criminal history […]

[#CrimOrg] Livre: « Organised Crime in European Businesses » (2018)

By Ernesto U. Savona, Michele Riccardi, Giulia Berlusconi « The infiltration of organised crime in the legitimate economy has emerged as a transnational phenomenon. This book […]

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