STUDENT WEBSITES CREATED FOR

THE POLITICS OF POLICING CROSS-BORDER CRIME IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

COPYRIGHT AND DISCLAIMER STATEMENT

 

2001-2002

 Sarah Morton on Europol

Richard Booth on Money-Laundering

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Andrew Cockayne on Prostitution

Jonathan Friend on European Counter-Protest policy since September 11th

Serena Hitchings on Antiques

Oliver Sylvester on Transnational Credit Card Fraud

John Childs on "Are we ready for an FBI in Europe?"

Leigh Chapman's critical review of the EU policy on drugs

Ronojit Banarjee's Money laundering in the EU

Mark Pearce on trafficking in human beings

James Hill on the EU response to the Arms Trade

Ben Chamberlain on Cybercrime

RICHARD STEELE ON SCHENGEN

Andy Fairweather on Russian Organised Crime and EU responses

Mike Allman's on Trafficking in Human Beings

Oliver Thomas on Credit card fraud 

[For some bizarre reason this site works in MIE 3.0 and 5.0 as well as Netscape 6.2, but Netsacape 4.7 declares it to have a java applet and wont open it!]

Mat Bowles

Naz Khan on money laundering

 Anthony Lawson on Drugs

 

 

 

2000-2001

 

Paul Farragher on Money-Laundering

Andrew Hayes on Prostitution

Caro Haynes on Human Trafficking in the EU

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Peter Mackay on European Approaches to the Drug Problem

Kirsty O'Driscoll on EU Drug Policy

Luke Pollard on Europol

Andy Pond on Cross-border crime in the EU

Jane Rich on Schengen

Cat Reed on Drugs in Europe

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James Rowlands on Policing European Football Hooliganism

James Simpson on Asylum and Immigration

Joanne Smalley on Policing Structues in Western Europe and the need for a European FBI

Christine Taylor on Organised Crime in Europe

For reasons unclear, the bibliography on this site suffered viral attack and is viewable separately

Jaakko Turunen on Organised Crime in the Baltic

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Ashley Workman on Football Hooliganism

 

1999/2000

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1998/9