Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

On organized crime and police cooperation in the European Union : lessons learned : interview with Professor Cyrille Fijnaut / by Marcel-Eugène LeBeuf.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Leçons tirées sur le crime organisé et la coopération policière dans l’Union européenne : entrevue avec le professeur Cyrille Fijnaut.

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1 online resource (26 pages)

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"Research and Evaluation Branch, Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing Services Directorate."
"2003."
Issued also in French under title: Leçons tirées sur le crime organisé et la coopération policière dans l’Union européenne :[b]entrevue avec le professeur Cyrille Fijnaut.

Summary

Professor Cyrille Fijnaut is one of the leading figures in Europe in research on police and policing-related issues. In particular, he has worked extensively on the topics of police cooperation in Europe and organized crime. His work has been widely published and he has been involved as the head of research in a number of Commissions of inquiry. This interview was conducted at his home in Tilburg in June 2002.

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