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International policing is a neglected area of interest. As the world gets smaller due to political, economic, social and technological developments, an evident need arises to understand the implications of (inter)national policing. On both national and international levels, policing is undergoing drastic changes as it continuously adapts itself to changes in society and International policing is a neglected area of interest. As the world gets smaller due to political, economic, social and technological developments, an evident need arises to understand the implications of (inter)national policing. On both national and international levels, policing is undergoing drastic changes as it continuously adapts itself to changes in society and new forms of crime. This collection of papers addresses two central themes - community policing and organisational crime - and brings together insights and experiences on crime, law enforcement and cooperation from both the academic and the professional policing world. Moreover, the various contributions derive from different countries (both the East and the West) and different institutions such as the Council of Europe and the United Nations.


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International policing is a neglected area of interest. As the world gets smaller due to political, economic, social and technological developments, an evident need arises to understand the implications of (inter)national policing. On both national and international levels, policing is undergoing drastic changes as it continuously adapts itself to changes in society and International policing is a neglected area of interest. As the world gets smaller due to political, economic, social and technological developments, an evident need arises to understand the implications of (inter)national policing. On both national and international levels, policing is undergoing drastic changes as it continuously adapts itself to changes in society and new forms of crime. This collection of papers addresses two central themes - community policing and organisational crime - and brings together insights and experiences on crime, law enforcement and cooperation from both the academic and the professional policing world. Moreover, the various contributions derive from different countries (both the East and the West) and different institutions such as the Council of Europe and the United Nations.

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