Cross-border Crime in a Changing Europe
Contents: Cross-Border Crime; A Relative Concept and Broad Phenomenon; Cross-Border Crime Patterns between Eastern Europe and the European Union; Transnational Organised Crime and Cross-Border Trafficking in Human Beings in the Czech Republic; Multi-Disciplinary and Pro-Active Approach to the Human Trafficking Phenomenon; Trafficking in Migrants: A European Perspective; Drug Trafficking in Poland; Cross-Border Crime Between Finland and Estonia; Organised Economic Crime Problems in the Ukraine; Credit Card Fraud in International Perspective; Fraud Against the European Public Funds; Financial Investigations and Crime-Money; Facts and Myths About Underground Banking; Organised Crime and Money-Laundering; The Proceeds of Crime and their International Recovery in Europe; Extra and Sneaky Legal Evidence in Cross-Border Investigations; Afterword.
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TRANSITIONAL ORGANISED CRIME AND CROSSBORDER TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
THE NEED FOR A MULTIDISCIPLINARY AND PROACTIVE APPROACH TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING REFLECTIONS FROM TWO PILOTS
TRAFFICKING IN MIGRANTS A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
DRUG TRAFFICKING IN POLAND
CRIME ACROSS THE BORDER FINNISH PROFESSIONAL CRIMINALS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ESTONIAN CRIME OPPORTUNITIES
ORGANISED ECONOMIC CRIME PROBLEMS IN THE UKRAINE
FRAUD AGAINST EUROPEAN PUBLIC FUNDS
FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS AND CRIMEMONEY
FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT THE SOCALLED UNDERGROUND BANKING
ORGANISED CRIME AND MONEY LAUNDERING TRENDS AND COUNTERMEASURES A COMPARISON BETWEEN WESTERN AND EAS...
INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE PROCEEDS OF CRIME
EXTRA AND SNEAKY LEGAL EVIDENCE IN CROSSBORDER INVESTIGATIONS
AFTERWORD TRANSITIONAL CRIME AND TRANSNATIONAL ECONOMIES
CREDIT CARD FRAUD IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
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