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Serious and organised crime: January 2015

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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Journal articles

  • Based on the 'ethnic' factor to understanding the distinct characteristics of cannabis cultivation : a review of overseas Vietnamese drug groups / Hai Thanh Luong
    GSTF Journal of Law and Social Sciences (JLSS) 3(2) Apr 2014: 75-86
  • Communication interception technology (CIT) and its use in the fight against transnational organised crime (TOC) in Australia : a review of the literature / Peter Bell and Mitchell Congram
    International journal of social science research (Macrothink Institute) 2(1) Mar 2014: 46-66
  • Internet-mediated drug trafficking : towards a better understanding of new criminal dynamics / Anita Lavorgna
    Trends in organized crime 17(4) Dec 2014: 250-270
  • Lack of real action on remittances increases terrorist financing risk / Louis De Koker
    The conversation. 01 Dec 2014:[5] p
  • OMCG activity in Australia / Gary Burns, Darren Hine, Malcolm Burgess and Deborah Wallace
    Australian police journal 68(4) Dec 2014: 204-209
  • Operational security in the digital age : who is being targeted? / Martin White
    Australian army journal XI(2) Summer 2014: 8-21
  • The brotherhood of bikers / Kira Jade Harris
    Australian police journal 68(4) Dec 2014: 186-189
  • The dimensions of a transnational crime problem : the case of iuu fishing / Don Liddick
    Trends in organized crime 17(4) Dec 2014: 290-312
  • The impact of leadership removal on Mexican drug trafficking organizations / Matthew Dickenson
    Journal of quantitative criminology 30(4) Dec 2014: 651-676
  • The increasing need for cyber forensic awareness and specialisation in Army / Nathan Mark
    Australian army journal XI(1) Winter 2014: 57-75
  • The logic of cartel car bombings in Mexico / Adam L Dulin and Jairo Patino
    Trends in organized crime 17(4) Dec 2014: 271-289
  • The Milperra Massacre / Ron Stephenson, Stephen Fontana, Deborah Wallace, Sam Courcoulos, Trevor Baker, Michael McGann, Gregory McMahon and Kira Jade Harris
    Australian police journal 68(4) Dec 2014: 148-185
  • The revealing facts on bikie laws and crime in Queensland / Terry Goldsworthy
    The conversation. 20 Jan 2015:[7] p