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Serious and organised crime: December 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.

For further assistance please email front.desk@aic.gov.au

Book chapters

Journal articles

  • A tsunami waiting to happen : corruption in Australian sport / Jane Ellis
    GRC professional no. 9 Spring 2013: 26
  • Combating terror tourism / Anthony Tucker-Jones
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(10) Nov/Dec 2014: 14-16
  • Countering piracy / Rachel Jones
    Australian defence force journal no. 192 Nov/Dec 2013: 35-44
  • International developments in extremist violence risk assessment and management : professional development study trip to Canada 13-27 June 2010 / John Flockton
    Australasian journal of correctional staff development 6([2]) 2011: [6] p
  • Locating cyberterrorism : how terrorism researchers use and view the cyber lexicon / Lee Jarvis and Stuart Macdonald
    Perspectives on terrorism 8(2) Apr 2014: 52-65
  • Repositioning sovereignty? Sovereign encounters with organized crime and money laundering in the realm of accountants / Magnus Hornqvist
    Theoretical criminology 18(4) Nov 2014: 528-545
  • Security and liberty in balance : a Canadian response to terrorism / Adriana Poloz
    Criminal law quarterly 61(3) Oct 2014: 375-397
  • Sensing the public's reaction to crime news using the 'links correspondence method' / Thomas J Lampoltshammer, Ourania Kounadi, Izabela Sitko and Bartosz Hawelka
    Applied geography vol. 52 2014: 57-66
  • Social science helps to tackle organised crime / Anna Sergi
    Jane's intelligence review. Jan 2015:44-47
  • Terrorist groups / Matthew Henman
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(10) Nov/Dec 2014: 6-7
  • The Breivik controversy politics, terrorism and psychiatry / Tad Tietze
    Australasian psychiatry 22(4) 2014: 383-385
  • The European union as a counter-terrorism actor : right path, wrong direction? / Marianne L Wade
    Crime, law and social change 62(3) Oct 2014: 355-383
  • The evolution of the Australian 'ndrangheta : an historical perspective / Anna Sergi
    Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology. 08 Dec 2014:20 p
  • The prognosis of terrorist attacks : limits of scientific findings / Rita Haverkamp
    Crime, law and social change 62(3) Oct 2014: 257-268
  • The who, what, and why human intelligence gathering : self-reported measures of interrogation methods / Allison D Redlich, Christopher E Kelly and Jeanee C Miller
    Applied cognitive psychology vol. 28 2014: 817-828
  • This is cognitive warfare / Lina Kolesnikova
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(10) Nov/Dec 2014: 26-28
  • Torture and the fight against terrorism / Linus Sonderegger
    Crime, law and social change 62(3) Oct 2014: 337-353
  • Towards a new framework in the law of war : incorporating transnational organised crime / Regina Menachery Paulose
    University of Western Sydney law review vol. 17 2013: 66-81
  • Using open-source data to identify participation in the illicit antiquities trade : a case study on the Cypriot Civil War / Samuel Andrew Hardy
    European journal on criminal policy and research 20(4) 2014: 459-474
  • Who's watching / Jeremy Kennett
    About the House no. 47 May 2013: 18-23