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The current security situation in the world, and specifically the zones of instability that surround and affect Europe, provide the Netherlands with many good reasons to contribute police capabilities to international crisis management missions. The EU, UN and OSCE struggle with both quantitative and qualitative personnel shortages when it comes to...
This article is about crime entrepreneurs that manage to organize criminal acts in the outside world, while being imprisoned. An examination of police intelligence on 13 cases, the Dutch penitentiary law, visits to two prisons and interviews with prison and law enforcement staff leads to the conclusion that for criminal leaders, whose most importan...
After the fall of communism in the Soviet Union, newspapers, films, academic researchers and intelligence agencies warned against a new phenomenon in organized crime: the “Russian mafiya.” In fact, since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Western European countries have noted an increase in the number of criminals from Central and Eastern Europe. In the...
Het boek is een Criminaliteitsbeeldanalyse, een dreigingsanalyse van de criminaliteit in en uit Centraal en Oost-Europa in Nederland in de jaren 2002-2003, op basis van politiegegevens. Het werd opgesteld door onderzoekers van het toenmalige Korps Landelijke Politiediensten / Dienst Nationale Recherche, in samenwerking met het Internationaal Politi...
The report provides an overview of the backgrounds of crime in and from Central and Eastern Europe, and its presence in the Netherlands in the years 2002-2003. The data are from the Netherlands National Police Agency (KLPD) /National Crime Squad (DNR). The report was written in collaboration with the Institute for Social Safety Studies IPIT, at the...