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Intro to International Crime
What's a transnational criminal organization? How does it differ from a gang? From a terrorist organization? What are their similarities? From gun smuggling to human trafficking to targeted assassinations, learn more about international crime here.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is America's leading regulator of controlled substances.
The official website of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, America's federal police service.
International Justice Mission
An international NGO which protects the poor from violence in developing countries which lack adequate policing.
INTERPOL is the world's leading international police force based in Lyon, France.
International Crime Database
Offers a comprehensive database of international crimes. Maintained by the Hague and supported by the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism.
Dirty Dealing: The Untold Truth About Global Money Laundering, International Crime and Terrorism
2006, Peter Lilley
Exposes the global money laundering market and its effects on legitimate businesses.
A World of Gangs : Armed Young Men and Gangsta Culture
Hagedorn, John. 2008. Explores the impact of globalization on the proliferation of the urban gang.
Illicit flows and criminal things: states, borders, and the other side of globalization
2005. Willem van Schendel. Itty Abraham. Explores transnational crime in a globalized world. Features case studies to include arms smuggling, illegal transnational migration, and the global diamond trade, among others.
Badfellas : Crime, Tradition and New Masculinities
2001. Simon Winlow. Analyzes the role of violence and crime in the modern image of masculinity.
Encyclopedia of White-collar & Corporate Crime
2005. Lawrence M. Salinger. A reference manual that covers white-collar and corporate crime both domestically and internationally.
The Globalization of Supermax Prisons
2013. Loïc J. D. Wacquant. Jeffrey Ian Ross. Brings to light the proliferation and impact of supermax prisons in the developed world.
Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism
2008. Frank Shanty. Patit Paban Mishra. Provides a guide to all forms of organized crime. Includes topics such as financial fraud, terrorism, health care fraud, and internet extortion.