Organized crime: a compilation of U.N. documents 1975-1998
Transnational Publishers, 1998 - Law - 815 pages
The strength of the work is as a source book for research, teaching, & practical work. Undoubtedly, this authoritative collection will be actively used by researchers, government officials & those who are interested in the history of the UN involvement in the development of international criminal law. Int' J. of Legal Information, Vol. 27, No. 2 The most sustained & penetrating study of the phenomenon of transnational organized crime has been done by various UN agencies in an ongoing project whose principal milestone is the 1997 Convention on Organized Crime. This book presents all relevant texts in chronological order from 1975 to 1998, with additional material explaining the background of the project. Its wealth of detail as it addresses this formidable global challenge at the technical & political levels will be of great assistance to officials & law enforcement experts in relevant national, regional, & international agencies.
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1988 Convention adopted annex Assembly resolution bilateral Commission on Crime confiscation convention against organized corruption Council of Europe criminal activities criminal groups criminal justice programme criminal justice system Declaration and Global developing countries draft drug trafficking Economic and Social effective elaboration ensure established extradition Global Action Plan Governments illegal Illicit Traffic implementation international community international convention international cooperation investigation jurisdiction law enforcement measures Member money laundering money-laundering multilateral mutual assistance Naples Political Declaration Nations crime prevention non-governmental organizations offences operations organized crime groups organized transnational crime paragraph particular Party Plan against Organized policies prevention and control Prevention and Criminal Prevention of Crime problem proceeds of crime prosecution recommendations relevant Requests the Secretary-General Social Council resolution strengthening terrorist threat trafficking in human transnational criminal organizations transnational organized crime Treatment of Offenders U.N. Doc U.N. Page United Nations Congress United Nations crime World Ministerial Conference