EU and International Crime Control
EU and International Crime Control focuses on intrinsic EU criminal policy aspects, including its transatlantic cooperation with the US. Additionally, the book examines anti-money laundering control, counter-strategies of criminal organizations, and police torture. Chapters include: Appreciating Approximation: Using Common Offense Concepts to Facilitate Police and Judicial Cooperation in the EU * Approximation and Mutual Recognition of Procedural Safeguards of Suspects and Defendants in Criminal Proceedings throughout the European Union * Shaping the Competence of Europol: An FBI Perspective * Towards a Coherent EU Policy on Outgoing Data Transfers for Use in Criminal Matters? The Adequacy Requirement and the Framework Decision on Data Protection in Criminal Matters: A Transatlantic Exercise in Adequacy * The International Private Security Industry as Part of the European Union Security Framework: A Critical Assessment of the French EU Presidency White Paper * The Anti-Money Laundering Complex on a Crime Control Continuum: Perceptions of Risk, Power and Efficacy * The Use of Counterstrategies by Criminal Organizations: 'Intimidation and the Use of Violence against Police Officers' * Police Torture in China and Its Causes.
Publication Date: 6/4/2010