Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

Canada-US law enforcement border partnership [electronic resource] : an evolving situation / by Marcel-Eugène LeBeuf.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Alternate Title

Le partenariat frontalier d'application de la loi Canada-Américain : une situation en évolution.

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Description

1 ressource en ligne (14 p.)

Note

"Speech delivered at the sixth biennial conference: International Perspectives on Crime, Justice and Public Order, 16-20 June 2002, London."
"Sponsored by John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Metropolitan Police Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Centrex."
Also issued in French under title: Le partenariat frontalier d'application de la loi Canada-Américain : une situation en évolution.

Summary

This research examines the impact of organized crime in Canada through partnership at the border. It is about the implementation of partnerships with respect to cross-border issues between Canada and the United States.

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Online Access

Contents

1. Current situation -- 2. Border issue -- 3. Collaborative partnership -- 4. Partnership at the border -- 5. Some lessons learned with respect to partnership for law enforcement agencies.

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