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Serious and organised crime: July 2014

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

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Books/reports

Journal articles

  • Counter terror comms / John Maher
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(6) Jun 2014:
  • Deterring terrorism : a new strategy / Max Abrahms
    Perspectives on terrorism 8(3) Jun 2014: 1-15
  • Fisheries crime : bridging the conceptual gap and practical response / Mary Ann Palma-Robles
    CIMSEC (Center for International Maritime Security). 30 Jul 2014:[8. vi] p
  • History of success : AFP Identity Crime investigations have provided a consistent series of success / Michael McKay
    Platypus magazine no. 115 Jan/Jun 2014: 12-13
  • Human trafficking and modern day slavery : an affront to human dignity / Fiona McLeod
    Griffith journal of law and human dignity 2(1) 2014: 144-173
  • Identity unknown?
    Platypus magazine no. 115 Jan/Jun 2014: 4-11
  • Laws whitening black money for boosting national economy : prevention or legalisation of corruption in Bangladesh? / S M Solaiman
    Journal of money laundering control 17(2) 2014: 141-165
  • Money laundering and the shadow economy in Kazakhstan / Nurlan N Niyetullayev and Paul Almond
    Journal of money laundering control 17(2) 2014: 128-140
  • Norway has attained a 'low-risk' money laundering rating, how could this be applied globally? / Gary L Moore
    Journal of money laundering control 17(2) 2014: 166-202
  • Not all madams have a central role : analysis of a Nigerian sex trafficking network / Marina Mancuso
    Trends in organized crime 17(1/2) Jun 2014: 66-88
  • Of bogus hunters, queenpins and mules : the varied roles of women in transnational organized crime in Southern Africa / Annette Hubschle
    Trends in organized crime 17(1/2) Jun 2014: 31-51
  • Omar al-Hammami : a case study in radicalization / Elena Mastors and Rhea Siers
    Behavioral sciences and the law 32(3) May/Jun 2014: 377-388
  • Pirates be warned / Philippe Minchin
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(6) Jun 2014: 26-28
    Summary: Explores the countermeasures available to crews of cargo ships traversing the west coast of Africa in face of an increasingly deadly threat from pirates.
  • Psychological vulnerabilities and propensities for involvement in violent extremism / Randy Borum
    Behavioral sciences and the law 32(3) May/Jun 2014: 286-305
  • Queensland's new legal reality : four ways in which we are no longer equal under the law / Anna Cappellano
    Griffith journal of law and human dignity 2(1) 2014: 109-125
  • Terrorism and Jihad : differences and similarities / Philipp Holtmann
    Perspectives on terrorism 8(3) Jun 2014: 140-143
  • Terrorists' planning of attacks: a simulated 'red-team' investigation into decision-making / David Romyn and Mark Rhys Kebbell
    Psychology, crime and law 20(5/6) Jun/Jul 2014: 480-496
  • The changing face of terrorism in the 21st century : the communications revolution and the virtual community of hatred / Jerrold M Post, Cody McGinnis and Kristen Moody
    Behavioral sciences and the law 32(3) May/Jun 2013: 306-334
  • The changing nature of contemporary maritime piracy : results from the Contemporary Maritime Piracy Database 2001-10 / Anamika A Twyman-Ghoshal and Glenn Pierce
    British journal of criminology 54(4) Jul 2014: 652-672
  • The violent true believer as a 'lone wolf': psychoanalytic perspectives on terrorism / J Reid Meloy and Jessica Yakeley
    Behavioral sciences and the law 32(3) May/Jun 2014: 347-365
  • Turning the tide : corruption and money laundering in PNG / Sam Koim
    Griffith journal of law and human dignity 1(2) 2013: 240-253
  • Victims, sex workers and perpetrators : gray areas in the trafficking of nigerian women / Eva Lo Iacono
    Trends in organized crime 17(1/2) Jun 2014: 110-128
  • Western and Central Pacific Ocean fisheries and the opportunities for transnational organised crime : Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) Operation Kurukuru / Joe McNulty
    Australian journal of maritime and ocean affairs 2013(5) 4: 145-152
  • Women, brokerage and transnational organized crime : empirical results from the Dutch Organized Crime Monitor / Edward R Kleemans, Edwin W Kruisbergen and Ruud F Kouwenberg
    Trends in organized crime 17(1/2) Jun 2014: 16-30