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Estimating the Flow of Illegal Drugs Through Ukraine 09/01/2001

By Mary Layne

Ukraine has become a significant conduit for Southwest Asian heroin bound for European markets. [Illegal Drugs, crime and violence, anti-drug training programs]Comments by the Government of Japan on the Options Shown at the Second Meeting 01/01/1996

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This is about how Japan decided to submit comments to facilitate discussions at the third meeting in additions to the comments on Computer Crime. [Cybercrime, Computer crime, law enforcement, traffic & narcotic drugs, Japan]Inventory of Main International Conventions Dealing with Transnational Organized Crime: Introduction 01/01/1997

By P8 Senior Experts Group on Transnational Organized Crime

This is the organized crime introduction summary forms if criminality. [slavery convention, counterfeiting currency, illicit import, narcotic drugs,, transnational organized crime]Convention on Psychotropic Substances 01/01/1997

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This was a review of the convention Noting with concern the public health and social problems resulting from the abuse of certain psychotropic substances. [drugs, crime]International Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance and Repression of Customs Offences 01/01/1997

By International Convention on Mutual Adminsitrative Assistance

This convention is about Annex 10 deals with the smuggling of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. The Annex is designated to complement the various UN Conventions on drug trafficking. [narcotic drugs, narcotic trafficking, drug smuggling, Customs Authorities,]United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances 01/01/1997

By United Nations

This is the convention on Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances. Its about Criminal prosecution of all forms of acts of trafficking and of laundering of the proceeds of traffic in narcotic drugs. [Criminal prosecution, trafficking, criminal organizations, narcotic drugs]Forty Recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering 01/01/1997

By Financial Action Task Force

The Task Force has identified the following points on which recommendations could be modified, spelled out in greater detail, or supplemented:- extension of the predicate offense to other serious offenses than drug crimes; – expanding the financial recommendations to cover non-financial business; [transnational organized crime, money laundering]Speech by Senator John Kerry 10/01/1997

By John Kerry

This is a speech by John kerry and it is about how Everyone of us faces our own domestic problems. But transnational threats demand novel responses, because our own individual national strategies are inherently inadequate for responding to challenges that cross multiple borders and involve multip [international crime,,national threats. high-tech crime, drug cartels]Proposal for a Discussion of Illicit Drugs 10/01/1997

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The Denver Summit in June 1997 reaffirmed the importance of illicit drugs as a global issue and asked the appropriate government agencies to build on existing cooperation to address the threat. [ILLICIT DRUGS, trafficking, drug-free economies, law enforcement, drug trafficking]Preparatory Document for Boston Meeting of the Law Enforcement Subgroup 10/01/1997

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The UK papers comprise a general statement of national priorities and a specific project proposal for a study of Colombian criminal organisations. [Criminal Intelligence, cocaine trafficking, organized crime, drug trafficking]Drugs and International Crime 03/01/1998

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Globalisation has been accompanied by a dramatic increase in transnational crime. This takes many forms, including trafficking in drugs and weapons; smuggling of human beings; the abuse of new technologies to steal, defraud and evade the law: and the laundering of the proceeds of crime. [drugs and weapons, smuggling of human beings, drugs and societies]Chairman’s Report on London Meeting 01/01/1998

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Thsi is a review of the Chairman’s Report on London Meeting it was about the agrement that Sous Sherpas and Sherpas will shape the crime package for Birmingham, not least to ensure the integration of those elements that fall outside the remit of the Lyon Group (including wider drugs issues, aspects [crime package, drugs issues,, financial crime, environmental crime]Operation Caribbean – Operation Plan 03/01/1998

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The supply and availability of illegal drugs is still running at a very high level. The fact that special measures have been implemented by the customs administration, in order to curb the inflow of illegal narcotics, is demonstrated by the constant increase in the number of successful searches p [illegal drugs, criminal prosecution, drug smuggling, Caribbean,]Comparative Assessment of Colombian Organised Crime in G8 Member Countries 03/01/1998

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This assessment of Colombian Organized Crime as it affects G8 member countries is drawn up in response to a UK-proposed project. [Organized Crime, law enforcement, cocaine, Drugs-related violence]Confiscation of Assets 11/01/1998

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The tables are intended to prompt discussion and enable delegates to identify best practices. There are a number of gaps which need to be tilled to provide a comprehensive picture of the current position in G8 member countries. [missing information, enable delegates, criminalise money, non-drug predicate]Organized Crime in the United Kingdom: Overview and Priorities 01/01/1998

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The authors took account of characteristic features of organised crime in the UK, such as:flexible co-operation between organised criminal groups of different nationalities for profitseeking. purposes; Suspects involved in organised crime and Criminal activities of suspect involved in organised cri [organized crime, UNITED KINGDOM, drug trafficking., Criminal activities,]How to Get Help from the United Kingdom in Tracing, Freezing and Confiscating Criminal Assets 03/01/1998

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Under United Kingdom legislation, police and Customs authorities have wide ranging powers to trace “assets on behalf of other jurisdictions. Powers are available from an early stage in an investigation, as soon as there is a reasonable suspicion that a particular person has benefited from cri [criminal assets, Confiscation, drug trafficking, Central Authority]Updated Report on UK Implementation of the 40 Recommendations 01/01/1999

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The first recomendation is The Security Service’s skills and experience in the long-term gathering and analysis of intelligence is of great value in combating drug traffickers and other serious criminal activity. NCIS is responsible for the tasking and co-ordination of the Security Service [UK, drug traffickers, dual criminality, Mutual Legal Assistance,, ]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report 1999 03/01/2000

By Office of International Information Programs

The U.S. State Department’s 1999 report on international narcotics production and trade says that current anti-drug programs are succeeding in disrupting production and trafficking patterns, tightening law enforcement systems and strengthening measures against money laundering. [anti-drug programs , law enforcement , Traffickers, drug trade ]Narcotics Report on the Asia-Pacific Region 1999 03/01/2000

By Office of International Information Programs

Following is the section of the 1999 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report that covers the Asia-Pacific region [illicit drugs, law enforcement , Drug policy , criminal intelligence, trafficking, transnational crime]Chemical Diversion 10/01/1995

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Transnational organized crime groups depend on the diversion of chemicals from international commerce to produce the illicit drugs which are a primary source of illegal income for these groups. [illicit drugs, illegal income, chemical control issues, transnational organized crime, drug trafficking]Italian Action on the 40 Recommendations 02/01/2002

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These 40 recomendations are the IMPLEMENTATION BY ITALY OF P8-SENIOR EXPERTS GROUP RECOMMENDATIONS TO COMBAT TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME. [criminal offenses jurisdiction,, law enforcement, Organized Crime, drug trafficking]Response to Proposal Submitted by the UK: West African Organized Crime (WAOC) Information and Intelligence Exchange Procedures (Use of Interpol X-400 System) 01/01/1998

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The ready exchange of information and intelligence between law enforcement agencies is essential to successfully combat the furtherance of West African criminal activity. To maximize the effectiveness of law enforcement, nationally and internationally, [law enforcement, West African , ORGANIZED CRIME, Anti-Drug Network]Proposal: Operation Caribbean 01/01/1998

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It is proposed that one or more time-limited special control operations should be carried out to identify drug smugglers travelling from or b way of Caribbean Islands and to ascertain the organisations responsible. [drug smugglers , illicit supply of cocaine, drug trafficking, Caribbean islands, transnational organized crime]Summary of Canada’s Forfeiture and Assistance System 03/01/1998

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Canada has a large number of criminal offences that are precursors to its money laundering offences. Pre-charge investigative powers, including special search warrants and restraint orders are available in any appropriate case. [criminal forfeiture, criminal offences, designated drug offence, mutual legal assistance,]The Evolution of Drug Trafficking in the Pacific Rim 02/01/2002

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This paper concerns the evolution of drug trafficking in the Ðàñifiñ Rim and the many changes that have taken place in the drug trafficking scene in this region during the past thirty years. It also covers à persona1 view on the probable evolution of illicit trafficking in the Ðàñifiñ Rim. [drug trafficking, OPIATES, smuggling methods,, drug enforcement officers., CANNABIS]Current Situation of Transnational Organized Crime in the Philippines 02/01/2002

By Alberto Rama Olario

The maintenance of domestic tranquility and order is one of the principal responsibilities of government. To survive, the Philippines must effectively counteract the corrosive elements that tend to gnaw at its foundation, as well as the insidious forces that seek to undermine it from outside. [fast-rising economic, Organized Crime , DRUG TRAFFICKING, Marijuana Production, transnational organized crime]An Overall Assessment of Transnational Organized Crime 02/01/2002

By Muammer Yasar Ozgul

Some factors such as technological progress, easiness of crossing frontiers and transition of the economic policies in countries have encouraged criminal organization and added an international dimension to such crime. [Organized Crime, Mafia , Fight Against Drugs, Drug Production, Trafficking Passing through Turkey, transnational organized crime]Current Situation of Illicit Drug Trafficking 02/01/2002

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No steps can be taken to fight against any menace unless we first gather information and intelligence regarding its current situation and past trends. Drug trafficking figures very prominently in transnational organized crime. The annual profits of organized crime are estimated, according to some [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime]Report of the Seminar Topic 2: Current Situation of Organized Crimes (Except Drug Trafficking) 02/01/2002

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Among the participating countries, Japan and the Philippines manifested the most apparent problem. Japan is à destination of illicit firearms, mostly handguns, from several countries. In the last five (5) years, from 1992 to 1996 à total of 7,261 firearms were seized by the Japanese Police. [Firearms Trafficking, illicit trafficking of women and children,money laundering, transnational economic]Effective Treatment Measures for Prisoners and Drug Addicts to Facilitate their Reintegration into Society 02/01/2002

By Lohman Yew

It is a fact that the majority of prisoners will return to society at some point in time. The only difference being whether it is at an earlier or later date. Thus, it is very important or at least hoped for, that the time a prisoner spends in an institution would contribute positively to his or [Singapore-Island State, Supreme Court, Penal and Drug History, SINGAPORE PRISON SERVICE]Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement – R. Rand Beers Statement before the House International Relations March 31, 1998, Washington, DC 03/01/1998

By R. Rand Beers

We have reached a point in our Andean programs where it appears possible, for the first time, to have a serious impact on the supply of illegal drugs to the United States. Success in decreasing coca cultivation in Bolivia and Peru, coupled with the willingness ofthe Colombian National Police (CNP) [narcotics trafficking , drug trafficking, Law Enforcement , Colombia]U.S. Assistance to Colombia: Statement by Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright 01/01/2000

By Madeleine K. Albright

Our initiative has five elements, to be funded through a supplemental appropriations request for the year 2000, and as part of the President’s budget for the next fiscal year. [National Drug Control Policy, Colombia, human rights crimes, policy and law]Western Hemisphere has Forged Anti-Drug Alliance, Says McCaffrey 11/01/1999

By Lauren Monsen

As one of the sponsors of the upcoming Western Hemisphere Drug Policy Leadership Conference, the United States believes that “cooperation [with neighboring countries] better serves our interests than confrontation,” says Gen. Barry McCaffrey, director of the White House Office of National Drug C [Drug Policy , illicit drugs, drug-consumption patterns, Combatting drug use]R. Rand Beers, Assistant Secretary Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Statement at the U.S.-EU Consultative Group Meeting Brussels, Belgium, November 10, 1998 11/01/1998

By R. Rand Beers

The Special Session underscored that no nation is immune from drug abuse. As Congressman Gilman said in his statement, “We are all targets.” The wholesale price for cocaine is higher in Europe than in the United States [drug trafficking , law enforcement, illegal drug trade , coca cultivation]U.S. Counternarcotics Efforts in the Western Hemisphere 03/01/1999

By Rand Beers

The State Department, through its Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, is waging an aggressive attack against the scourge of international narcotics trafficking [combat narcotics trafficking , National Drug Control Policy , Fighting The Drug War ]Clinton Reports to Congress on Drug-Producing Countries 11/01/1999

By WILLIAM J. CLINTON

In a November 10 letter to four major Congressional Committee chairmen, the President said he has removed Aruba and Belize from the list of major drug-producing countries [drug-producing countries, drug transit , economic factors , ]U.S. Senators Introduce Comprehensive Aid Plan for Colombia 02/01/2002

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The Anti-Drug Alliance with Colombia and the Andean Region of 1999 is designed to promote peace and stability in Colombia and the Latin American region. [Anti-Drug Alliance , human rights , counter-narcotics operations, monitoring assistance]Department of Defense Official Testifies on Aid to Colombia 02/01/2000

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The drug-related violence in Colombia has become a major destabilizing factor in the Western Hemisphere, says a senior Defense Department official, pointing out that “drug abuse is an undeniable threat to our national security that is measured in thousands of lives lost and costing our country b [Defense Official Testifies , drug-related violence , National Drug Control, disrupt illegal cocaine ]U.S. Drug Control Budget Announced for Fiscal Year 2001 02/01/2000

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McCaffrey cited several key accomplishments in the nation’s fight against illicit drugs on which this budget will build. “Our most important success is that we are beginning to meet our number one goal of driving the demand for drugs downward, especially among our young people. [illicit drugs, narco-traffickers, Drug Control Budget, fighting drug abuse ]U.S. Anti-Drug Interdiction Efforts and the Western Hemisphere Drug Elimination Act 09/01/1998

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What this bill is intended to do is to bring back that balance, a balance that historically we have had between the three major components of an anti-drug effort. A balanced drug control plan is one that makes a strong commitment in three areas. [Anti-Drug Interdiction , prevention, treatment and education, law enforcement ]Feburary 8, 200 Meeting of U.S.-India Counterterrorism Working Group 02/01/2000

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“The two sides expressed concern at the growing menace of international terrorism, extremism, and drug trafficking,” State Department Spokesman James P. Rubin said in a statement after the meeting [international terrorism, extremism, and drug trafficking]Anti-Drug Operation in Caribbean 10/01/1999

By Michael S. Vigil

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has announced the “successful conclusion” of a 12-day anti-drug operation in the Caribbean Basin. [U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration , ]U.S. Official Outlines Strategy to Curb World’s Illicit Drug Problem 02/01/2002

By Judy Aita

The use of cannabis is being abused by larger groups around the world, fueled by easy availability of very potent varieties, including varieties grown indoors, and by sales of seeds and paraphernalia over the Internet, according to the 1999 annual report of the International Narcotics Control Board [Illicit Drug Use, cocaine trafficking, cocaine trafficking, ]U.S.-India Counterterrorism Working Group 02/01/2000

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The inaugural meeting of the U.S.-India Counterterrorism Working Group, announced in January 2000 following meetings between Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott and India’s Foreign Minister Jaswant Singh in London, was held February 8 in Washington. [international terrorism, India Counterterrorism , drug trafficking, extremism]U.S. Anti-Drug Interdiction Efforts and the Western Hemisphere Drug Elimination Act 09/01/1998

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From 1992 to 1997, youth, aged 12 to 17, using illegal drugs has more than doubled, 120 percent, with a 27-percent increase from 1996 to 1997 alone. On September 1, 1998, a Back to School 1998, CASAT survey conducted by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, at Columbia University, w [illicit drug use , drug legalization, ]Methods Used by Drug-Dealers for Legalizing Dirty Money 02/01/2002

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[drug, money laundering, transnational organized crime]U.S.-Mexico Counternarcotics Cooperation 02/01/1999

By Rand Beers

The U.S. and Mexico are linked by history, culture, and, through the border, by geography. About 6 million of your constituents were born in Mexico and about 1 in every 16 of your constituents are of Mexican descent. More than a half million of your constituents voted for you by absentee ballot fro [law enforcement, counternarcotics, illicit drugs, Border violence]Mission Possible: The Southeast Europe Anti-Crime Center 10/01/2000

By Matteo Pederzoli

By fighting pressing problems such as trafficking in women, narcotics trafficking, and the smuggling of stolen goods, which have all increased dramatically in the region during the last 10 years, the anti-crime center is meant to strengthen the stability and economic development of Southeastern [Trafficking in women,Narcotics Trafficking, Drugs and Crime, violence against women]U.S.-Colombia Cooperation on Counter-Drug Programs Substantial funding 08/01/2000

By The White House – Office of the Press Secretary

The White House issued a fact sheet on August 30, outlining the counter-drug components of U.S. aid to Colombia. [Drugs and Crime, Counter-drug programs,Columbia]Product Piracy 02/01/2002

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Transnistrian militia have already revealed 2 major underground workshops that were making falsified strong drinks, mostly vodka, not to mention smaller-scale primitive ‘facilities’ and domestic vodka makers. [Drugs and Crime, underground liquor workshops, illegal businesses, counterfeiting cigarettes]Implementation of Recommendation 19: A brief Guide to Criminal Prosecutions in the U.S. 10/01/1996

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Both the Federal Government and the State have the right to prosecute criminal offences. The investigation and prosecution of crime is the reponsibility of the executive branch government. [Criminal Statutes, Police agencies, Drug trafficking, Fraud, law enforcement]DUMA project 02/01/2002

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Following the AIC’s successful Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) pilot project, Senator Chris Ellison, Minister for Justice and Customs, announced funding of $1.8 million to maintain the DUMA monitoring program for a further 2 years. DUMA is a unique research project which provides rigorous da [DUMA, Senator, Minister, Commonwealth, State]General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan 02/01/2000

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The General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (GCIP) addresses issues identified by the White House Task Force Review of the U.S. Counterdrug Intelligence Centers and Activities. Its goal is to establish a drug intelligence framework that supports operators in the field, improves Federal, state, and [White House Task Force, DCI crime & Narcotics Center, Counterdrug effort]Drug Trafficking Rises 02/01/2002

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Crimes related to illegal drug trafficking in Transnistria,reportedly, has risen in comparison to the previous year, according to a report by the Transnistrian Ministry Of Interior. [drug trafficking, poisonous preparations, illegal, crimes]Status of Counternarcotics Efforts in Mexico (Testimony, 03/18/98, GAO/T-NSIAD-98-129) 03/01/1998

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The Mexican government’s efforts to combat drug trafficking, and relared crimes has led to the involvement of the United States in the extradition of the drug criminals on the U.S. soil. Law enforcement agencies have been employed to help improve the effectiveness of these efforts. [extradition, drug criminals , law enforcement agencies , drug trafficking]Drug Control: Status of U.S. International Counternarcotics Activities (Testimony, 03/12/98, GAO/T-NSIAD-98-116) 03/01/1998

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[combat drug production , counternarcotics issues,control efforts, illegal drugs ]General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan 02/01/2000

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The General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan (GCIP) addresses issues identified by the White House Task Force Review of the U.S. Counterdrug Intelligence Centers and Activities.Its goal is to establish a drug intelligence framework that supports operators in the field, improves Federal, state, and l [National Drug control Policy]The National Money Laundering Strategy for 2000 03/01/2000

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A system designed by the government to combat money laundery and other related financial related financial crimes such as the movement of illicit cash equivalent procceeds in or out of the United State’s financial institutions.All financial institutions,however,are required to maintain records [Drug trafficking, law enforcement, organized crime ]U.S. Official Testifies on Drug Trafficking in Haiti 04/01/2000

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Michael Vigil, special agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Caribbean Field Division, told lawmakers that Haiti’s location, and the absence of effective law enforcement, have combined to facilitate drug trafficking in the region. [law enforcement , Drug Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Drug Policy ]U.S. State Department Official Testifies on U.S.-Panama Anti-Drug Cooperation 06/01/2000

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Panama’s law enforcement agencies maintain “excellent relations” with their U.S. counterparts, Beers said, noting that the two countries carried out four coordinated counter-drug operations in 1999. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement]U.S.-Mexico Counternarcotics Cooperation 02/01/1999

By Rand Beers

The relationship between Mexico and the United States is one of the most multifaceted and dynamic we enjoy with any other nation. New ties and relationships form every day. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement]Cuba’s Links to Drug Trafficking 11/01/1999

By Rand Beers

The international narcotics control community, however, has long been concerned about Cuba’s potential role as a drug transit country. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement]Oversight of U.S.-Mexico Counternarcotics Efforts 03/01/1999

By Rand Beers

The relationship between Mexico and the United States is one of the most multifaceted and dynamic we enjoy with any other nation. New ties and relationships form every day. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement, Human Rights]Crime Programs 09/01/1999

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The Department of State is actively engaged in working with other concerned governments through extradition treaties, mutual legal assistance agreements, information exchanges, law enforcement training and technical assistance to combat transnational crime. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement, ]U.S. Transfers Vessels Under Security Assistance Program 02/01/2000

By Eric Green

The transfer of U.S. decommissioned ships to cooperating nations is an ongoing federal program to provide security against illicit drug activity in the Caribbean. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement, ]Clinton on 2000 National Drug Control Strategy Report 04/01/2000

By President Clinton

The 2000 Annual Report given by President Clinton illustrates where we need to focus our energies and the initiatives needed to address the most pressing problems concerning Drugs. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement, ]Speech by President Clinton on Optimizing the Full Range of U.S. Efforts to Fight International Crime 10/01/1995

By President Clinton

Achieving U.S. national security, foreign policy and law enforcement goals requires us to optimize efforts to fight international crime. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement]Clinton Remarks in Video Address to People of Colombia (Says U.S. supports Colombia 08/01/2000

By President Clinton

Over the last five years, the governments of Peru and Bolivia, working with U.S. support, have reduced coca cultivation by more than half in their own countries, and cultivation fell by almost one-fifth in the region as a whole. [Drugs and Crime, ]Under Secretary Pickering on U.S. Aid to Colombia (Briefs reporters on aspects of U.S. assistance package) 08/01/2000

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Cooperation Between the United States and Colombia on Counter-Drug Programs. [Drugs and Crime, Law enforcement]November 10-14, 1999 Conference: Preliminary Agenda (English, .rtf, 14K), last updated: 3-Nov-99 11/01/1999

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U.S – Ukraine Research Partnership Opening Conference. Itinerary for Conference held November 10-14. [Drugs and Crime, Human Trafficking, Organized Crime]UNAFEI Director’s Cover Letter for the Computer Crime Questionnaire 06/01/1999

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Prevention and crime treatment of offenders.(questionnaire) [Cybercrime, drugs and crime]Background On The International Crime Control Strategy 05/01/1998

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International crime and it’s threat to Americans.Drug and firearms trafficking, terrorism, money laundering, counterfeiting, illegal alien smuggling, trafficking in women and children, advanced fee scams, credit card fraud, auto theft, economic espionage, intellectual property theft, computer ha [International Issues,drugs and cime, human trafficking,moneylaundering,terrorism, violence against women]Addressing the Threat of Emerging Infectious Diseases 06/01/1996

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Threat of infectious diseases. Emerging infectious diseases such as Ebola, drug-resistant tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS present one of the most significant health and security challenges facing the global community. [Infectious diseases,International issues.]Statement of Explanation for Dominican Republic Drug Certification 03/01/2000

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Trafficking of drugs in the Dominican Republic.The Dominican Republic is a significant transit country for South American drugs, mostly cocaine, moving to the United States. Drugs are transported into the Dominican Republic by air, sea, and across the land border with Haiti. [Drugs and Crime, ]Drug Czar on National Drug Control Strategy 04/01/2000

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Drug abuse in children and adults. The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) reported steady progress in the war on drugs in 1999, with reduced rates of use appearing among both adults and youngsters. [Drugs and Crime, ]Drug Related Crimes 02/01/1999

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Percentage of storage and sale of drugs. According to data of the Transnistrian Information Olvia-press Agency, 679 addicts are on records in Transnistria [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking]U.S. Drug Enforcement Official on Drug Trafficking and Panama 06/01/2000

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Drug trafficking and crimes in Panama. Panama is “singular” in the challenges it creates for law enforcement officials, particularly with respect to illegal drug trafficking and related crimes, says William Ledwith, chief of international operations at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administrati [Drugs and Crime, law enforcement]U.S. Defense Department Official on Anti-Drug Efforts Following Panama Canal Transfer 06/01/2000

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Foward operating locations in Panama. The United States is making progress towards fully implementing its new Forward Operating Locations, also known as FOLs, which will be used to support aerial counter-drug missions in the Central American region, Pentagon official Ana Maria Salazar testifie [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking]Comparing Drug Use Rates of Detained Arrestees in the United States and England 04/01/1999

By Bruce Taylor, Dr. Trevor Bennett

The different usages of drugs. Recent establishments of the International Aresstee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program administered by the NIJ. [Drugs and Crime, drug abuse]Organized Crime in Transnistria 03/01/1999

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Crime rates. TIRASPOL – In the first months of 1998, in Transnistria were registered 1,625 crimes. This index is increasing by 6,5% as compared to the similar period of 1998. According to some statistic data provided by legal authorities from Transnistria, the fight against crime in the region is fe [organized crime,drug trafficking]Fact Sheet: Counternarcotics Efforts in the Andean Region 03/01/2000

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Major drug procedures. Under the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961, as amended, the President must identify and notify the Congress of those countries he has determined are major illicit drug producing and/or drug transit countries. [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking]Address of Laurie Robinson at the 12th International Congress on Criminology 08/01/1998

By Laurie Robinson

International crimes. Increasing rates of youth violence. [Drugs and Crime, trafficking, international issues, terrorism]Drug Control: Status of Counternarcotics Efforts in Mexico (Testimony, 03/18/98, GAO/T-NSIAD-98-129) 03/01/1998

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Drug control.Mexico is the primary transit country for cocaine entering in the US. [Drugs and Crime, money laundering, law enforcement.]Drug Control: Status of U.S. International Counternarcotics Activities (Testimony, 03/12/98, GAO/T-NSIAD-98-116) 03/01/1998

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Drug control and the movement of drugs in th U.S []General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan 02/01/2000

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Resolving drug intelligence issues and to aid National Drug Control Program. [Drugs and Crime, ]Ways of Furthering Legal Measures against Drug Addiction 02/01/2002

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[drugs]Smuggling of Narcotic Drugs, Psychotropic Substances, and Precursor Chemicals 02/01/2002

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[]Fact Sheet: Contending with Illegal Drugs at Home and Abroad 06/01/1998

By State Department

A State Department fact sheet on U.S. efforts to combat the domestic and international drug problem. [Drugs and Crime, International lssues]Immigration Service Marks New Record in Deportation 11/01/1999

By Immigration an Natualization Service

The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) announced November 12 that its agents removed almost 177,000 illegal aliens in the fiscal year ending September 30, 1999, a 3-percent increase over the previous fiscal year. [Deportation,Drugs and crime,securtity issues,criminal illegal aliens]Recommendations for Judges in Sentencing in Domestic Violence Cases Involving Drug and Alcohol Abuse The Dade County Domestic Violence Court Experiment United States of America 02/01/2002

By John S Goldkamp,Doris Welland,Mark Collins,Michael White

An abstract from the national institute of justice and the american bar association research report legal interventions in family violence. It includes findings and implications drawn from the Dade County’s Domestic Violence Court Experiment and includes implications for judges in terms of sentancin [Drug and Alcohol Abuse,Domestic Violence,Victims of Crime, violence against women]Implementation of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act 06/01/2000

By Office of the Press Secretary

Sanctions imposed against significant foreign drug traffickers pursuant to the New Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act. [Drugs and Crime, Trafficking, International Issues, Kingpin Act]Statement of Dr. Louise I. Shelley before the House of Representatives’ Committee on International Relations, October 1, 1997 10/01/1999

By Dr. Louise I. Shelley

Coordinated national and international policies on fighting organized crime. [Transnational crime,corruption,Organized Crime,Drugs and Crime, Drug trafficking]Rio Arriba County Strategy to Combat Heroin Addiction 03/01/1999

By Committee on Appropriations United States Senate

Senate hearing on drug and alcohol abuse,treatment and intervention. [Addiction, Drug abuse, Alcohol abuse, drug and alcohol treatment]The National Money Laundering Strategy for 2000 03/01/2000

By Lawrence H. Summers,Secretary of the Treasury and Janet Ren, Attorney General

The National Money Laundering Strategy outlines a comprehensive, intergrated approach to combating money laundering at home and around the world. [Money Laundering,Drug Trafficking,Organized Crime,Terrorism.Law Enforcement]U.S. Treasury and Justice Departments Issue 2000 Money Laundering Strategy 03/01/2000

By U.S. Treasury and Justice Departments

The Departments of Treasury and Justice unveiled the Administration’s National Money Laundering Strategy for 2000 today, laying down a comprehensive and detailed plan for combating money laundering. [Money Laundering,Drug Trafficking,Organized Crime,Terrorism.Law Enforcement]Stopping Money Laundering Requires International Cooperation 02/01/2000

By Barry R, McCaffrey, Director Office of National Drug Control Policy

Stopping Money Laundering Requires International Cooperation.An essential aspect of the fight against illegal drugs is an attack upon the profits made by the drug cartels. Traffickers enter the drug business as a quick way to make money. [Money Laundering,Drug Trafficking,Organized Crime,Terrorism.Law Enforcement]Conference Notes, November 10-14, 1999 11/01/1999

By J. Finckenauer and Dennis kenney

Concept and development of research, plan of gathering information, points of view and fundamental questions. [Organized Crime,Drug Trafficking,Human Trafficking,]A National Security Strategy for A New Century 12/01/1999

By The White House

A National Security Strategy for A New Century [International Issures, Security, Drugs and Crime, Health, Nuclear Disarmament]The United Nations Experts Group Meeting on Crimes Related to Computer Networks. Tokyo, Japan, October 5-9, 1998. Report of the UN Asia and Far East Institute. 10/01/1998

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Preparation for the Tenth United Congress On the Crime Prevention and the Treatment of Offenders [Cybercrime]DOD Official Testifies on U.S. Efforts to Help Colombia 04/01/2000

By Brian E. Sheridan

Discussion of the Department of Defense’s perspective on the growing Columbian drug threat as well as our intergrated programs designed to assist the Government of Columbia in its efforts to address this scourge. [Drugs and Crime,Law Enforcement,Human Rights]Foreign Policy In Focus: Drug Certification 09/01/1998

By Bill Spencer

Effectiveness of the Drug Certification policy of the United States and how it is resented in Latin America and elsewhere as a unilateral, sometime arbitrary and hypocritical exercise by the world’s largest consumer of illegal drug. [Drugs and Crime,Violence,Corruption,Addiction,Drug Trade,International Issues,]National Drug Control Strategy Strategic Goals and Objectives 02/01/2002

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Stratgic Goals and Objectives in the fight against drugs, alcohol and tobacco use in America’s youth with Communication, Truth, Love and Honesty. [Drugs and Crime,Law Enforcement,Drug Trade,Addiction,Treatment]U.S. National Drug Control Strategy: 2000 Annual Report 01/01/2000

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Strategic Goals and Objectives in the fight against drugs, alcohol and tobacco abuse in America’s youth with Communication, Truth, Love and Honesty. [Drugs and Crime,Law Enforcement,Drug Trade,Addiction,Treatment]Capacity-building in Law Enforcement 07/01/1999

By David H. Bayley

The advantages and disadvatages of community policing versus traditional policing due to the global nature of some crimes such as illicit drug and people trafficking, terrosrism and money laundering to name a few. [Law Enforcement,Crime Control,Zero Tolerance,Drugs and Crime,Terrorism,Money Laundering]Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA): Preliminary Results from the Southport Site, 1999 12/01/1999

By Toni makkai and Marni Feather

Measure drug use amongst those people who have been arrested and held in custody by police. The focus of the paper is on the urinalysis results from one of the DUMA sites—the Southport watchhouse on the Gold Coast in Queensland. findings include: [Drugs and Crime,Drug Testing,Law Enforcement,Overdose Deaths]Transnational Organized Crime 07/01/1996

By Yuri A. Voronin

Common tendencies in the developement of Transnational crime. The largest transnational criminal societies. Main kinds of criminal activity and tratergies to control it. [Transnational Crime,Organized Crime,Law Enforcement,Drugs and Crime,Trafficking, transnational organized crime]Conference Proceedings, November 10-14, 1999 11/01/1999

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The main purpose of the conference was to bring together the selected U.S.-Ukraine research partnership teams to discuss the practical issues of their planned collaborative research, and to introduce the experience exchange and Internet grants components of the program. This conference convened 52 g [Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Drugs and Crime, Cybercrime, Law Enforcement]U.S./Mexico Drug Control Group Issues Communique 11/01/1999

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U.S. and Mexican drug control officials agree that their bilateral cooperation is meeting with success in key areas such as fugitive arrests, money laundering investigations, and firearms tracking. [fujitive arrests, money laundering, firearms trafficking]British Columbia Association of Specialized Victim Assistance & Counselling Programs 02/01/2002

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A Secretary of State grant enabled a cross section of individuals from sexual assault centres and other specialized victim assistance programs to meet, consult and formally assess the feasibility of establishing a Provincial Association. [Domestic Violence, victims of crime, drugs and alcohol, Violence Against Women]U.S. Official Testifies on Drug Trafficking in Haiti 04/01/2000

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Drug trafficking organizations that rise to prominence in Haiti can be effectively dismantled, “provided the Haitian National Police continue to progress and enhance their law enforcement and judicial capabilities,” a top U.S. law enforcement official told Congress in April 12 testimony. [Drug enforcment, drug trafficking,law enforcement.]White House Memorandum on Colombia Assistance Waiver (Says U.S. aid package is 08/01/2000

By William J Clinton (President)

President Clinton’s August 22 decision to waive restrictions on aid to Colombia was based on the need to support the Colombian government’s fight against the illegal drug trade, as well as on Colombia’s stated. commitment to ending human rights abuses, according to a White House [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking.]Some Criminal Law Characteristics of Women Convicted of Theft of Personal Property or Illegal Activity in Drugs 02/01/2002

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[]Fight Against Drug Abuse 02/01/2002

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[]Migrant Trafficking and Regional Security 06/01/2002

By Andreas Scholenhardt

This article discusses the problem of Migrant Trafficking and how it poses a threat to security in the Asian Pacific region. [Migrant trafficking,Drugs and crime,Organized crime,Corruption]The Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Other Serious Offences Act 06/01/2002

By Drew and Napier

This article discusses several different types on crime in Singapore such as Drug Trafficking and money laundering. [Drugs and Crime,Corruption,Money laundering,Human rights]Illicit Drug Use, Sources of Australian Data 11/01/2001

By Australian Bureau of Statistics

The purpose of this publication is to assist governments, community groups and the Australian public in identifying and accessing available data sources on the extent and consequences of illicit drug use. As well as giving a brief outline of the main data sources available, limitations and gaps in a [Issues, Health, Family, Community, Illicit Drug Use]Measuring the Deterrent Effect of Enforcement Operations on Drug Smuggling, 1991-1999 08/01/2001

By Mary Layne, Ann-Marie-Bruen, Patrick Johnson, William Rhodes, Scot Decker, Meg Townsend, Caben Chester, Gary Schaffer, John Lavin

This study takes a mixed qualitative-quantitative approach to studying the deterrent effect of drug enforcement operations on cocaine trafficking. For the purposes of this study, a drug enforcement operation has a deterrent effect if drug smugglers are displaced from a previously preferred method [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, drugs and crime, international cooperation, law enforcement]The Evolution of Impaired Driver Law – Victoria 12/01/1999

By Martin Boorman

This paper explores the evolution of the law in Victoria to combat the recognised threat to public safety by persons driving motor vehicles while impaired by alcohol and other drugs. “Any driver of a motor car or motor cycle proved to have been under the influence of intoxicating liquor whi [legal rights, courts, law,]Policing – Reflecting on the Past; Projecting into the Future 12/01/1999

By Barbara Etter

The rate and pace of change is increasing dramatically. Policing clearly needs to become more adept at anticipating change in the environment and adapting to it in a timely and effective way. The “softly softly” and paramilitary approach once advocated for Peel’s English police h [globalisation on crime, international tension, illicit drugs,]A Disorderly Frontier: An Analysis of Drunkeness, Disorder and Drug Offences in the Northern Territory 1870 to 1926 12/01/1999

By Bill Wilson

In today’s Northern Territory, drunkenness, social disorder and the prevalence of illicit drugs such as cannabis all make headlines.1 There are calls from the public, commentators and the media for the police to `do something about the problems? as if these offences have only recently become widespr [Social disorder, police, rate of crime, law enforcement]Programs for Offenders with Alcohol and Drug-Related Problems 10/01/1999

By Wendy Hunter

Like many other correctional agencies, rehabilitation of offenders and reducing repeat offending are key strategic directions and indicators for Northern Territory Correctional Services (NTCS).Services include primary health care, mental health, domestic violence and sex offender programs, education [Health care, domestic violence, Juvenile detention center, violence against women]Report on the Pilot Project 10/01/1999

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The study involved prisoner participation in a computer based alcohol and drug education and skills development program called “Matters of Substance.”An evaluation of the pilot has led to recommendations, which include recruiting a dedicated A&D worker to further integrate the program& [prisoner, alcohol & drug education, drug rehab]Crime and Policing in China 09/01/1998

By Li Xiancui

The Chinese police system comprises of the following sub-divisions :Public security police, State security police, the prison police, judicial police in the people procurators corts, and and judicial police in the peoples’ courts. And most of Chinese crimes are profit driven. [Criminal Law , police system, drug-related crime, organized crime, law enforcement]Crime and Policing in China 09/01/1998

By Li Xiancui

In the previous section, it is clearly evident that China is facing a major upsurge in property crimes and drug-related crime. Hence, in this section the focus is primarily directed to how the Chinese government and its constituent organs are attempting to combat the growing drug problem within Chin [Policy changes, drug related crime, organized cime, economic crime]Drug Misuses and its Impact on Law Enforcement 03/01/1999

By Peter Edwards

The paper argues that drug use has changed the nature of crime in Australia and has consequently impacted on the focus of law enforcement. It argues that the law enforcement response to drugs must continue to change to accommodate the most pressing demand of the community which is the drug relate [Drugs & crime, law enforcement, Organized Crime, Trafficking]Boundaries in Policing 03/01/1999

By Mal Hyde

The implications for police from increasing accountability are broad ranging. Service delivery expectations are of particular relevance to boundaries in policing as they reinforce the need for police to be effective in service delivery. [Police operations, Drugs and Crime, Police Role, Police tactics, law enforcement]Describing Crime in Rural New South Wales 03/01/1999

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The same structures and processes that influence behaviour in cities are present, albeit in a somewhat modified form, in rural areas.there is no absolute and definitive conceptual distinction between either the conceptual or geographic boundaries of what constitutes a metropolitan area, a non-metr [Crime, drug offenses]Links Between Offending and Illicit Drug Use: A Study of Property Offenders Self Reported Criminal Behaviour 03/01/1999

By Toni Makkai

The links between offending and illicit drug use appears to be very common. However, it is evident, according to records that most known offenders are those still using illicit drugs or had used illicit drugs prior to the offences. [Drug related crime, illicit drugs, Criminal career]A New Technique for Depression, Pain Control and Stress Reduction: After Image Visual Perception Thought Stopping 02/01/2002

By Dr Brian Costello

Through gentle induction, patients were physically relaxed by graded entrainment exercises. This simple technique differs completely from progressive relaxation and guided imagery. [drugs, Victims of crime, Law enforcement]First Results from Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Project 01/01/2000

By Toni Makkai and Marni Feather

The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia pilot project seeks to measure drug use among those people who have been arrested and held in custody by police. The focus of this paper is on the urinalysis results from the DUMA site at Southport. The data collected provides information about drug offenders, wh [urinalysis results, DUMA, ]Australian crime: facts and figures 2001 01/01/2002

By Australian Institute of Criminology

The most up to date information available on crime throughout Australia is provided in this booklet. It presents statistics on recorded crimes, 2000; their place of occurrence; selected crime profiles for 2000, including victim details; age and gender data for alleged offenders and specific offences [crime, statistics]Australian crime: facts and figures 2002 01/01/2003

By Australian Institute of Criminology

The most up to date information available on crime throughout Australia is presented in this booklet. It presents statistics on recorded crimes, 1995 to 2001; their place of occurrence; selected crime profiles for 2001, including victim details; age and gender data for alleged offenders and specific [crime, statistics]Invisible Lives: Women, Dependence and the Law 02/01/2002

By Dr Suzanne Hatty

THIS PAPER WILL EXPLORE THE CONCEPT OF DEPENDENCE AS IT IS DEFINED and articulated within the law, and in crimes committed against women and by women. In examining the concept of dependence, legal categorisation of women’s experiences, the policing of male violence, and women’s involvement in dr [Gender Contract, male violence, drug-related crime, Guarantee of Protection, violence against women]Drugs: The Role of the Australian Bureau of Criminal Intelligence and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Database 02/01/2002

By Keith Askew

THIS PAPER WILL OUTLINE THE ROLE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE AUSTRALIAN Bureau of Criminal Intelligence, introduce the Australian Criminal Intelligence Database and, by doing so, explain how these resources assist law enforcement in combating illicit drug activity within Australia. (excerpted from the A [drugs, criminal intelligence, Australia, Royal Commissions, law enforcement]The National Police Research Unit: Techsearch: 3M Audit Bag 02/01/2002

By Des Berwick

THIS PAPER WILL DISCUSS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TAMPER-RESISTANT EXHIBIT bag and address the application of ’low end’ but still highly effective technology to overcome a perceived problem. The solution involved some plastic, some paper and some glue, plus a lot of lateral thinking. (exce [NPRU, Drug Exhibit Project, police officer, technology, Audit Bag, law enforcement]Private Prisons : A New Zealand Prison Officer’s Perspective 02/01/2002

By Steve Quinn

This paper is not attempting to denigrate the concept of private prisons, but it is important to sound some reservations and warnings from the point of view of those who spend their working lives with prisoners and in prisons. The first reservation is the old adage that those who do not learn from t [private prisons, drug counselling, alcohol counselling, offender, officer]The Australian Private Security Industry: The Need for Accountability, Regulation and Professionalisation 02/01/2002

By Paul Wilson

THE CONCEPT OF PRIVATISATION HAS HAD QUITE DIFFERENT MEANINGS IN different societies. Chan has outlined some of the ways in which privatisation has occurred in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom. She has pointed out that compared with the privatisation of other state enterprises [privatisation, criminal justice, private prisons, drugs,crime]Countering Organised Crime Through Strategic Planning and Effective Coordination 02/01/2002

By William J. Horman

The concept of task forces, joint task forces or cooperative law enforcement effort are not new- but in recent years there has been far greater consultations communications, cooperation and coordination between the law enforcement and regulatory agencies within Australia. (excerpted from the Auth [transnational organized crime, law enforcement agencies, international, drug trafficking, illicit gambling]Blaming the Victim: Domestic Violence and the Codependency Model 02/01/2002

By GREG DEAR

A report by Greg Dear for the Australian Institute of Criminology about the treatment of Victims of domestic violence, blaming them and calling them codependents in the instance that a spouse is a drug abuser. [alcoholic husbands, chemical dependent, drug addicts, Violence Against Women, domestic violence]The Deaths of Offenders Serving Community Corrections Orders 03/01/1999

By David Biles, Richard Harding and John Walker

The study discussed in this report shows that offenders serving community corrections orders, particularly parole, have a higher probability of death than those in prison, who in turn are more likely to die than people of the same age and gender in the broader community. The authors identify risks f [offenders, community corrections orders, parole, death, prison]Linking Drugs and Criminal Activity: Developing an Integrated Monitoring System 04/01/1999

By Toni Makkai

Illicit drug policy often suffers from poor data. As a result, where limited resources should be invested and what differences they make in the long run are often the product of a hunch rather than fact. This paper seeks first to examine the utility of national statistical collections; second, to fo [Illicit drug policy, poor data, research collections, policy makers]Law Enforcement and Illicit Drug Control 04/01/1999

By Adam Graycar, Diana Nelson and Mick Palmer

A range of options for possible consideration by governments in their law enforcement responses to illicit drug use are presented. These include: high level drug trafficking control; drug seizure; multi-agency supply reduction approaches; street level control; police crackdowns; community policing; [governments, drugs and crime, drug trafficking, police crackdowns, strategies, law enforcement]Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA): Preliminary Results from the Southport Site, 1999 12/01/1999

By Toni Makkai and Marni Feather

The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia pilot project seeks to measure drug use among those people who have been arrested and held in custody by police. The focus of this paper is on the urinalysis results from the DUMA site at Southport. The data collected provides information about drug offenders, wh [DUMA, pilot project, custody, police, drug use, law enforcement]Date Rape: A Hidden Crime 06/01/2000

By Laura Russo

Despite an increasing awareness of the problem of sexual violence, there is still reluctance for date rape to be considered criminal or even unacceptable behaviour. This paper provides an overview of date rape, including what is known of its occurrence, the involvement of alcohol and drugs such as r [sexual violence, date rape, criminal, victims, gender, Violence Against Women]Patterns of Drug Use Amongst Police Detainees: 1999-2000 02/01/2002

By Toni Makkai, Doug Johnson, Wendy Loxley

Drug Use Monitoring in Australia is the only project in Australia that is routinely monitoring the use of illicit drugs by people detained by police. The results presented in this paper describe the extent of illicit drug use every three months in four sites across Australia. (Abstract from aic.gov. [drugs, narcotics, drug abuse, drug use, drug monitoring, law enforcement, detainees]Torres Strait: Policing the Open Border 02/01/2002

By John McFarlane

In recent years there has been much discussion about trafficking in drugs and guns across the Torres Strait. This paper provides an overview of a seminar entitled “Torres Strait : policing the open border”. McFarlane includes some of the practical issues raised in discussion at the seminar, such as: [Drugs, Trafficking, Guns, Torres Strait Treaty, border control]Drugs Courts: Issues and Prospects 02/01/2002

By Toni Makkai

Changes need to be made to the Australian criminal justice system to allow for the establishment of a separate court which would deal with drugs and crime. Makkai outlines issues and arguments related to the setting up of such treatment oriented drug courts. She considers how the process works in th [Drugs and Crime, Criminal Justice, Courts, Issues, Prospects]Uses and Abuses of Drug Law Enforcement Statistics 02/01/2002

By Dr Grant Wardlaw and Heather Deane

A report by Dr Grant Wardlaw and Heather Deane for the Australian Institute of Criminology about Uses and Abuses of Drug Law Enforcement Statistics. [drug abuse, assessing, initiatives, law enforcement ]Research Brief: Missing Persons 02/01/2002

By Bruce Swanton and Paul Wilson

Each year the Nation’s police forces receive thousands of reports of missing persons. As this research brief indicates, most of these reports relate to young people under the age of seventeen. Many of these young people have run away from unbearable conditions of abuse and maltreatment at home. They [missing, people, young, abuse, maltreatment, homeless, violence, drug addiction, prostitution]AIDS and Prisons 02/01/2002

By Duncan Chappell, Jennifer Norberry

A report by Jennifer Norberry and Duncan Chappell for the Australian Institute of Criminology about AIDS and Prisons. [HIV, AIDS, legislation, prevention, treatment, counselling, surveillance, drugs, sex, prisoners, education, disease]Cannabis, the Law and Social Impacts in Australia 02/01/2002

By Lynn Atkinson and David McDonald

Cannabis law enforcement costs the Australian community well in excess of $300 million per year (about three-quarters of the total cost of illegal drug enforcement). The enforcement of laws relating to cannabis can have an impact on future employment, education and travel prospects of thousands of y [Cannabis, Law, Social, Australia, Enforcement, Criminal]Speech by Dr Adam Graycar at the Launch of DUMA 12/01/1998

By Dr Adam Graycar

Launching of the Queensland site of the Drug Use Monitoring Australia Project (DUMA) which tracks the use of illicit drugs and the relationship between drug use and crime. [Drugs and crime, Australians, DUMA, monitoring system]Drug Use Among Drug Detainees 02/01/2002

By Toni Makkai, Jacqueline Fitzgerald and Peter Doak

The extent to which individuals who are detained by the police are drug users is a matter of policy significance as drug using offenders commit disproportionately more crime than their non-drug using colleagues. In this study the level and type of drug use amongst a sample of detainees from two Loca [Crime, Drugs, Illicit, Behaviour, Police, Demographic, law enforcement]Drug Transactions: Some Results from the DUMA Project 02/01/2002

By Toni Makkai

The DUMA’s analysis through interviews of the association between drug use and the rise in crime. [drug users, DUMA, monitor, watchhouses, lockups, police stations, law enforcement]DUMA Pamphlet 02/01/2002

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An electronic pamphlet summarizing the goal of the DUMA-Drug Use Monitoring In Australia. DUMA tracks drug use in people who have been recently apprehended by police in Australia. [Drugs and Crime, Monitoring, Urinalysis information, ]Federal Prison Residential Drug Treatment Reduces Substance Use and Arrests After Release 01/01/2001

By Bernadette Pelissier, Ph.D., Susan Wallace, M.A., Joyce Ann O’Neil, M.A., Gerald G. Gaes, Ph.D., Scott Camp, Ph.D., William Rhodes, Ph.D., William Saylor, M.A.

The effectiveness of Federal prison-based residential drug and alcohol treatment programs was evaluated using event history procedures which addressed the problem of selection bias and included a wide range of control variables. The results indicated that individuals who entered and completed in- [prison, corrections, inmate drug treatment, ]Federal Prison Residential Drug Treatment: A Comparison of Three-Year Outcomes For Men and Women 01/01/2003

By Bernadette Pelissier, Scott D. Camp, Gerald G. Gaes, William Rhodes, William Saylor

The effectiveness of Federal prison-based residential drug and alcohol treatment programs was evaluated using event history procedures modified to accommodate a test of selection bias since participants could not be randomly assigned to treatment. Gender differences and similarities in the effect [prison, corrections, inmate drug treatment, statistics]Brazil National Anti-Drug Policy 11/01/1994

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In order to promote the establishment of intensified actions with the participation of all the governments, individually and collectively, to address and attack the problem of the production of, illicit traffic in, and abuse of drugs, as well as money laundering, the diversion of chemical precursors [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking]National Anti-Drug and Substance Abuse Strategy of Saint Lucia 01/01/1984

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In order to promote the establishment of intensified actions with the participation of all the governments, individually and collectively, to address and attack the problem of the production of, illicit traffic in, and abuse of drugs, as well as money laundering, the diversion of chemical precursors [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking, money laundering]Belize National Anti-Drug Strategy 11/01/1994

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In order to promote the establishment of intensified actions with the participation of all the governments, individually and collectively, to address and attack the problem of the production of, illicit traffic in, and abuse of drugs, as well as money laundering, the diversion of chemical precursors [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking]Ecuador National Strategy to Combat Drugs 11/01/1994

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In order to promote the establishment of intensified actions with the participation of all the governments, individually and collectively, to address and attack the problem of the production of, illicit traffic in, and abuse of drugs, as well as money laundering, the diversion of chemical precursors []Grenada National Drug Master Plan 1998-2002 11/01/1994

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In order to promote the establishment of intensified actions with the participation of all the governments, individually and collectively, to address and attack the problem of the production of, illicit traffic in, and abuse of drugs, as well as money laundering, the diversion of chemical precursors [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking.]Guyana National Drug Strategy 11/01/1994

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In order to promote the establishment of intensified actions with the participation of all the governments, individually and collectively, to address and attack the problem of the production of, illicit traffic in, and abuse of drugs, as well as money laundering, the diversion of chemical precursors [Drugs and Crime, drug trafficking.]Foreign Assistance: US Response to Transnational Crime Involving Sub-Saharan Africa 02/01/2002

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A report on Transnational crime in Africa in the form of Drug trafficking, etc which threaten africa”s chance of becoming integrated into the world economy. [Africa, transnational, trafficking, drugs, narcotics, weapons]War on Drugs: Military Perspectives and Problems 01/01/1998

By Joseph Miranda

Despite the commitment of the armed forces, however, the United States is no closer to its goal of being “drug free” today than it was a decade ago. As will be seen, the stated objectives, with their contingent use of the armed forces, has had no basis in viable military strategy. The end result has [drug trafficking, military]U.S. Heroin Program Encounters many Obstacles in Southeast Asia 03/01/1996

By Allen Fleener, Dennis Richards, George A. Taylor, Daniel J. Tikvart, Steven K. Westley

This report discusses Drug Control and how the U.S.Heroin program is encountering many obstacles in Southeast Asia. [Drug enforcement,Drugs and Crime,drug trade]European Union Organized Crime Situation Report 2000 12/01/2000

By Europol

This report is primarily aimed at obtaining and disseminating information about organised crime in the European Union (EU) with a focus on its transnational manifestations, to support policy-makers and law enforcement decision-makers in their fight against organised crime. [transnational organized crime, drugs, trafficking]Contributory Factors and the Situation of Children During Incidents of Domestic Violence: A Snapshot 12/01/2003

By Mark Mason

This study aims to discover what factors most frequently contributed to incidents of domestic violence and what proportion of these incidents involved children in some way, and by doing so assesses the size and nature of the problems in this area. This report draws on information about victims [domestic violence, child abuse, violence against women]Safe Streets Violent Crime Initiatives Report 04/01/2002

By Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Safe Streets Violent Crime Initiatives Report is an initiative designed to allow Special Agents of each FBI division to address street gang and drug-related violence through the establishment of FBI-sponsored, proactive task forces focusing on violent gangs, crimes of violence, and the capture o [Drugs, Criminal, Warrants, Mafia, NY]U.S. Heroin Control Efforts in Southeast Asia 06/01/2002

By Jess T. Ford

This article contains the testimony given by Jess T. Ford regarding U.S. Heroin Control Efforts in Southeast Asia. It includes statements about the rising production and use of Heroin, and strategies for coping with this problem. [drug trafficking, Herion, Opium]Combating Terrorism: Federal Agencies Face Continuing Challenges in Addressing Terrorist Financing and Money Laundering 03/01/2004

By Loren Yager, Richard M. Stana

The U.S. government faces various challenges in determining and monitoring the nature and extent of terrorists’ use of alternative financing mechanisms, according to GAO’s November 2003 report. Alternative financing mechanisms are outside the mainstream financial system and include the use of co [terrorism, international issues, drug trafficking]Terrorist Financing: U.S. Agencies Should Systematically Assess Terrorists’ Use of Alternative Financing Mechanisms 11/01/2003

By U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO)

Terrorists use many alternative financing mechanisms to earn, move, and store assets. They earn assets by selling contraband cigarettes and illicit drugs, by misusing charitable organizations that collect large donations, and by other means. They move funds by concealing their assets through [terrorism, trafficking, law enforcement, crime prevention]Prescription Drugs: OxyContin Abuse and Diversion and Efforts to Address the Problem 12/01/2003

By United States General Accounting Office

In early 2000, reports began to surface about abuse and diversion for illicit use of OxyContin, which contains the opioid oxycodone. GAO was asked to examine concerns about these issues. Specifically, GAO reviewed (1) how OxyContin was marketed and promoted, (2) what factors contributed to [drugs and crime, drug trafficking, drug abuse]Evaluation of Various Data Sources on Drug Use, Smoking and Drinking by Children of Secondary School Age 11/01/2001

By Eileen Goddard

The main purpose of this paper was to compare data from ONS surveys of secondary school aged children aged 11 to 15 with national aggregated data published by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU). [Drugs, Youth, Statistics]Drugs and crime: the results of the second developmental stage of the NEW-ADAM programme 02/01/2002

By Trevor Bennett

This report gives a clear assessment, underpinned by urine testing, of recent drugs consumption on the part of the general range of suspected offenders arrested by the police. [Forensic, Science]Middle Market Drug Distribution 02/01/2002

By Geoffrey Pearson (Goldsmiths College, University of London) and

This report attempts to describe how drugs are moved from importation to street level in the UK, by whom and for what profit. It represents the first effort to map out the “middle levels” of the UK’s drug markets. [Drugs, Customs, Studies, Heroin, Ecstasy, Cannabis, Cocaine, trafficking]At the Margins: Drug Use by Vulnerable Young People in the 1998/99 Youth Lifestyles Survey 04/01/2002

By Chris Goulden,Arun Sondhi

The Youth Lifestyles Survey included information on reported levels of drug use by vulnerable young people such as serious and persistent offenders, those sleeping rough, serial runaways, school truants and excludees. All were found to have high levels of drug use. [Crime, Drug(s), Youth]Drug Use by Vulnerable Young People: Results from the 1998/99 Youth Lifestyles Survey 04/01/2002

By Chris Goulden,Arun Sondhi

The Youth Lifestyles Survey included information on reported levels of drug use by vulnerable young people such as serious and persistent offenders, those sleeping rough, serial runaways, school truants and excludees. All were found to have high levels of drug use. [Drugs, Youth]The Value and Feasibility of a National Survey of Drug Use Among Adults in the United Kingdom 11/01/2001

By Eileen Goddard

This report considers the feasibility of undertaking a major survey of drug use among adults in the United Kingdom, and the extent to which such a survey could meet information needs not satisfied by current data sources. [Drugs, Crime, Survey]Asia Pacific Money laundering Flows and Trends 03/01/1999

By Allan Castle, Ph.D.

This report discusses money laundering in the Asia/Pacific. It looks at the history and causes of money laundering and the ways to take action to reduce money laundering. [Money laundering,Corruption,Drugs and Crime]Report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 1999 02/01/2002

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The Control Boards stance on the limit of Drugs being issued for Medical and other reason, specifically Psychotropic drugs used to control certain illnesses in children. [Freedom, Pain, Suffering,International, Drug, Control]Coffeeshops, Youth and Tourism 02/01/2002

By D.J. Korf, M. v.d. Woude, A. Benschop & T. Nabben

This report investigates in particular two measures introduced by the government in 1996. The firts of these is the ‘five-gram norm’, which reduced the maximum permitted purchase of cannabis in coffeeshops from 30 to 5 grams per cusomer. The second measure raised the age limit for admission to coffe [Drugs, Youth, Cannabis, Coffeeshops]Homicide in the Netherlands in 1998 02/01/2002

By P.R. Smit, S. van der Zee, W. van der Heide, F. Heide

The WODC in co-operation with the National Police Agency (KLPD) has created a data set containing detailed information on homicides in 1998. In the research presented here the structure of this data set is described and the results for 1998 are given. [Victims, Guns, Drugs, Homicide]International Narcotics Control Stategy Report: Southeast Asia: Burma 03/01/2001

By U.S. Department of State

This article discussed the problem in Burma with drug production and trafficking. [drugs and crime, trafficking]Recidivism rates for Drug Court Graduates: Nationally Based Estimates 07/01/2003

By John Roman, Wendy Townsend, Avinash Singh Bhati, Ph.D.

This report presents a general estimate of recidivism amoung a nationally representative sample of drug court graduates. [Drugs, courts, sentencing]Thinking Globally to Act Locally: NIJ Improves Worldwide Access to Criminal Justice Information 02/01/2002

By G. Martin Lively

Five articles from the National Institute of Justice Journal regarding Prison based therapeutic companies, Violence against Women, Street gang migration, and a feature about Thinking Globally To Act Locally:NIJ Improves Worldwide Access to Criminal Justice Information. [Crime, Criminal Justice, Offenders, Drug-abuse,Violence, Migration, Violence Against Women]Declaration of Santiago Second Summit of the Americas 02/01/2002

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DECLARATION OF SANTIAGO: II SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS A brief summarization regarding the DECLARATION OF SANTIAGO: II SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS,Santiago, Chile, April 18 – 19, 1998. [corruption, laundering, terrorisn, weapons trafficking, drugs]WORLD FACTBOOK OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS 06/01/2002

By Mahesh Nalla

An article about the Criminal Justice System in Singapore. Included are such topics as Singapore’s political system, legal system, crime in Singapore, victims of crime, police, and technology used in fighting crime. [Law enforcement,crime victims,Drugs and Crime]Getting To Outcomes 2004: Promoting Accountability Through Methods and Tools for Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation 01/01/2004

By Matthew Chinman, Pamela Imm, Abraham Wandersman

Incorporating traditional evaluation, empowerment evaluation, results-based accountability, and continuous quality improvement, this manual’s ten-step process enhances practitioners’ substance abuse prevention skills while empowering them to plan, implement, and evaluate their own programs. The manu [juvenile drug abuse, juvenile alcohol abuse]The Role of Law Enforcement in Combating Human and Drug Trafficking 01/01/2000

By Sandro Calvani

This article discusses the role of law enforcement in combatting human and drug trafficking. [drug trafficking, human trafficking, police, slavery, law enforcement, violence against women, transnational organized crime]Drug Criminals are using the High tech as a new Weapon 02/01/2002

By Dr. Sandro Calvani

This article discusses how drug trafficking organizations and drug criminals are taking advantage of new technologies and how their activities are becoming more difficult to detect using traditional law enforcement techniques. [drug smuggling, drug trafficking, cybercrime,International Issues]Asian Pacific Peoples are Searching for an Enduring Freedom from Illicit Drugs and Drug Related Crime 10/01/2001

By Dr. Sandro Calvani

A report given by Dr. Sandro Calvani about drug production and trafficking within the Asia and Pacific regions. Topics discussed are Opiun and Heroin production and drug related crime. [Drugs and Crime]Burma and Singapore: strange bedfellows 06/01/2002

By Dr Chee Soon Juan

SINGAPORE’S draconian measures against drug trafficking have been both lauded and denounced. Advocates of capital punishment for drug traffickers applaud the Singapore government’s tough stand of executing these criminals. Their opponents show reprobation of such harsh penalty. But while such debate [Drug trafficking,Death penalty]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (1999) 03/01/2000

By U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

In attempting to evaluate whether countries are meeting the goals and objectives of the 1988 UN Drug Convention, the Department has used the best information it has available. The Year 2000 INCSR covers countries that range from major drug producing and drug-transit countries, where drug control is [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, drugs and crime, international cooperation]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report 03/01/2001

By U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

In attempting to evaluate whether countries and certain entities are meeting the goals and objectives of the 1988 UN Drug Convention, the Department has used the best information it has available. The 2001 INCSR covers countries that range from major drug producing and drug-transit countries, where [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, drugs and crime, international cooperation]Narcotics Control Report 2000: Southeast Asia and the Pacific 06/01/2002

By U.S. Department of State

Australia is a committed partner in international efforts to combat illicit drugs. Australia is a consumer, rather than a producer, nation. There is no evidence of narcotics destined for the U.S. transiting Australia. U.S. and Australian law enforcement agencies have excellent cooperation on narcoti [Drugs and Crime,International Issues]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (2001) 03/01/2002

By U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

In attempting to evaluate whether countries and certain entities are meeting the goals and objectives of the 1988 UN Drug Convention, the Department has used the best information it has available. The 2002 INCSR covers countries that range from major drug producing and drug-transit countries, where [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, drugs and crime, international cooperation]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (2002) 03/01/2003

By U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

The country chapters report upon actions-including plans, programs, and, where applicable, timetables-toward fulfillment of Convention obligations. Because the 1988 UN Drug Convention’s subject matter is so broad and availability of information on elements related to performance under the Convention [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, drugs and crime, international cooperation]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report -2002: Southeast Asia and the Pacific 06/01/2003

By Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

This is the International Narcotics Control Strategy Reoprt. It discusses the Narcotics Control Strategy for several countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. [Drugs and Crime]Fundamento Legislativo del INCSR 03/01/2003

By U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

Aunque la Convención no contiene una lista de metas y objetivos, establece un número de obligaciones que las partes acuerdan asumir. En términos generales, requiere que las partes tomen medidas legales para ilegalizar y castigar todas las formas de producción de drogas ilícitas, tráfico y lavado de [drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, drugs and crime, international cooperation]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report 1997 02/26/1998

By U.S. Department of State

International Narcotics Control Strategy Report 1997 [drug trafficking, crime]International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, 1997 – Money Laundering 03/01/1998

By

Money laundering generally involves a series of multiple transactions used to disguise the source of financial assets so that those assets may be used without compromising the criminals who are seeking to use the funds. (courtesy of state.gov) [Money laundering, drug trafficker, criminal, terrorist, arms trafficker, blackmailer, credit card swindler]International Narcotics Report Certification Decisions Statements of Explanation 1999 03/01/2000

By Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

Individual statements of explanation for certification of various countries drug trade and control efforts [drugs, drug trafficking, transnational crime]Fiscal Year 2000 International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Budget Congressional Presentation: Africa/Asia/Middle East 04/01/1999

By

The Narcotics Law Enforcement Project encompasses a Vientiane-based special counternarcotics law enforcement unit, located in the Ministry of Interior, and other units in the provinces. The strategy is to develop a counternarcotics infrastructure capable of interacting with law enforcement agencies [Drugs, Trafficking, Enforcement, Crop control, Budget]Fiscal Year 2000 International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Budget Congressional Presentation: Interregional Aviation 04/01/1999

By

INL’s aviation program is positioned to support host governments worldwide in their efforts to locate and eradicate drug crops, interdict drug production and trafficking activities, and develop their own institutional counternarcotics aviation capabilities. (courtesy of state.gov) [Budget, Herbacides, Drugs, Trafficking, ]Fiscal Year 2000 International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Budget Congressional Presentation: International Organizations 04/01/1999

By

Building effective counternarcotics institutions will strengthen democracy and promote the rule of law in many countries. (courtesy of state.gov) [Budget, Assistance, Drug(s), Assist, international]Fighting Transnational Crime 12/01/1995

By Robert S. Gelbard

The Administration departments and agencies represented at this table each play an important role in our endeavors, as are numerous other federal organizations not present. (excerpted from the Author) [Crime, Transnational, Trafficking, Laundering, Drug(S)]Fear Moves East: Terror Targets the Pacific Rim 07/01/2002

By Joshua Kurlantzik

This article discusses the burgeoning terrorist threat in East Asia. [terrorism, Drugs and Crime, militants, arms dealers, trafficking, weapons]Current Situation and Countermeasures Against Money Laundering in Thailand 06/01/2002

By Pisan Mookjang

This article discusses several types of crime in Thailand such as Drug Trafficking, Arms Trafficking, Trafficking in women, and Organized Crime. [money laundering, Drugs and Crime, Human Trafficking, violence against women]Global Programme against Corruption: An Outline for Action 02/01/1999

By

The Global Programme against Corruption has been drawn up by the Centre for International Crime Prevention of the Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention of the United Nations Secretariat jointly with the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute. The purpose of the P [corruption, economic, political, social, legal, administrative, cultural dimensions,]Assessing Transnational Organized Crime Groups: Dangerousness and Trends 02/01/1999

By

In the last decade, organized crime groups have expanded their dimension and activities worldwide and are currently a global threat posing a concrete danger to the international community. Criminal groups have established international networks to better carry out their activities both in licit and [transnational organized crime]Global Programme against the Trafficking in Human Beings: An Outline for Action 02/01/1999

By

The smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings have increased throughout the world in recent years, owing to the globalization process and other factors. The problem is exacerbated in both size and seriousness by the growing involvement of organized crime groups. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [human trafficking, Human Rights, violence against women, Children, transnational organized crime]Website for the 10th UN Crime Congress 02/01/2002

By

An agenda for a convention in Vienna entitled ‘Declaration of Crime and Justice: Meeting the challenges of the twenty-first century’. [Agenda, Program of work, Daily journal]Report of the Secretary-General on children as victims and perpetrators of crime 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, at its third session, adopted resolution 3/1, on violence against women and children. Pursuant to a request contained in that resolution, the Secretary-General submitted to the Commission at its fourth session a report on activities of United [victims, violence, children, perpetrators, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on a draft plan of action on the elimination of violence against women, Corrigendum 05/01/1996

By Secretary-General

Draft plan of action on the elimination of violence against women. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Violence, Elimination, Women, Trafficking, Economic and Social Council, Governments, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on a draft plan of action on the elimination of violence against women 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The present report contains a draft plan of action of the Secretary-General on the elimination of violence against women, formulated in accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution 1995/27 of 24 July 1995, section IV (C), on the elimination of violence against women. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Violence, Elimination, Women, Trafficking, Economic and Social Council, Governments, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on practical measures in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice to eliminate violence against women, Corrigendum 05/01/1996

By Secretary-General

Practical measures in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice to eliminate violence against women. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime Prevention,Criminal justice, gender issues, equality, women, conflicts, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on practical measures in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice to eliminate violence against women 03/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, in its resolution 3/1, entitled “Violence against women and children”, invited the institutes of the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme network to report to the Commission at its fifth session on practical measures [Crime Prevention,Criminal justice,meetings, conferences, research, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on measures to regulate firearms 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

[Transnational, illicit trafficking, firearms, national, regional ]Report of the Secretary-General on proposals for the preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

Proposals for the preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [treatment,offenders,orientation, structure, ninth congress]Use and Application of the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners 03/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 1993/34, section III, requested the Secretary-General to commence a process of information-gathering to be undertaken by means of surveys, initially paying attention to, inter alia, the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.[Note1] I [Prisons, Hygeine, Bedding, Food, Inspection, Medical services]Addendum to the report of the Secretary-General: Use and application of the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 1993/34, section III, requested the Secretary-General to commence a process of information-gathering to be undertaken by means of surveys, initially paying attention to, inter alia, the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime [Restituion, Offenders, Cost, Environment, Power, Abuse]Addendum to the report of the Secretary-General: use and application of the Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary 03/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 1993/34, section III, requested the Secretary-General to commence a process of information-gathering to be undertaken by means of surveys, initially paying attention to, inter alia, the Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary. (courtes [Courts, Judiciary, Law, Civil, Cases, Interference]Report of the Secretary-General on United Nations standards and norms in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The present report gives an overview of activities which aim at the promotion of the use and application of existing United Nations standards and norms in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice, pursuant to Economic and Social Council resolutions 1992/22, section VII, of 30 July 1992, 19 [law enforcement, principles of justice, capital punishment, human rights, women]Note by the Secretary-General on the draft questionnaire on United Nations juvenile justice standards and norms 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

A Draft questionnaire on United Nations juvenile justice standards and norms. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Juvenile Delinquency,Deprivation,Prevention, Discipline,Socialization]Development of United Nations Minimum Rules for the Administration of Criminal Justice – Report of the Secretary-General 04/01/1996

By

The present report has been prepared pursuant to Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice resolution 4/2 of 9 June 1995 entitled “Proposal for the development of minimum rules for the administration of criminal justice”. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Rules, Administration, Crime, Justice, Prevention]Provisional Agenda, fifth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 03/01/1996

By

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA AND ORGANIZATION OF WORK. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Firearms,Crime, Offenders, Treatment, Justice]Report of the Secretary-General on cooperation and coordination of activities in crime prevention and criminal justice, including activities of the United Nations International Drug Control Programme 03/01/1996

By Secretary-General

Cooperation and coordination of activities in crime prevention and criminal justice has been persistently called for by the General Assembly as well as the Economic and Social Council in the years that followed the restructuring of the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme a [Intergovernmental, Crime prevention, Criminal Justice, Drug control]Report of the Secretary-General on activities of the institutes comprising the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme network 03/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The present report has been prepared in accordance with the recommendations of the Economic and Social Council in its resolutions 1992/22, section IV, and 1994/21, with a view to facilitating the worldwide coordination of activities related to crime prevention and criminal justice. (courtesy of UNCJ [Economic and Social Council,National and transnational crime, organized crime, economic crime, including money-laundering]Report of the Secretary-General on Strategic management of the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The question of the strategic management of the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme has preoccupied the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice since its inception. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [CRIME PREVENTION, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, protection, United Nations]Note dated 15 May 1996 from the Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations (Vienna), addressed to the Secretary-General 05/01/1996

By United Nations

The Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations (Vienna), Riad Siage, has formally requested the Secretary-General to circulate, under item 3, the attached note on national and transnational crime, organized crime, economic crime, including mon [transnational crime, organized crime, economic crime, money laundering]Control of the Proceeds of Crime – Report of the Secretary General 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 1994/13 of 25 July 1994, requested the Secretary-General to establish and maintain close cooperation with Member States, intergovernmental organizations and other entities active in the field of controlling the proceeds of crime, including the regul [Economic and Social Council, Crime prevention, Drug control, Criminal activities]Measures to Combat the Smuggling of Illegal Migrants – Report of the Secretary-General 03/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The present report was prepared pursuant to Economic and Social Council resolution 1995/10 of 24 July 1995, concerning criminal justice action to combat the organized smuggling of illegal migrants across national boundaries, adopted on the recommendation of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Cri [human trafficking, Smuggling, Migrants, Illegal, Member states, Governments]Report of the Secretary-General on action against corruption 04/01/1996

By Secretary-General

The Commission was of the opinion that the draft code, when finalized, could constitute an important tool for the operational activities of the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme, as well as for States wishing to include similar codes in measures to prevent and control co [Prevention, Crime, Treatment, Offenders, Economic and Social Council]Report of the Secretary-General on technical cooperation and advisory services for the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme, Corrigendum 05/01/1996

By United Nations Secretary-General

Technical cooperation and advisory services of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [crime prevention, criminal justice]Report of the Secretary-General on technical cooperation and advisory services for the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme 04/01/1996

By United Nations Secretary-General

Technical cooperation and advisory services of the United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [CRIME PREVENTION, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, protection of the environment]Note by the Secretary-General on the establishment of a regional centre for training and research in crime prevention and criminal justice for the Mediterranean States 03/01/1996

By United Nations Secretary-General

Establishment of a regional centre for training and research in crime prevention and criminal justice for the Mediterranean States. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice, Economic and Social Council, Mediterranean States]Final Report, fifth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 06/01/1996

By United Nations

At its fifth session, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommended the adoption of two draft resolutions by the General Assembly and ten draft resolutions and two draft decisions by the Economic and Social Council. In addition, it adopted three resolutions and one decision to [Commission, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice, Economic and Social Council, Public Security]Report of the Secretary-General on the role of criminal law in the protection of the environment, addendum 1 03/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The law on cultural and natural assets also contains penal provisions, which provide for imprisonment of up to five years for causing damage to immovable cultural and natural assets and up to 10 years of imprisonment for taking abroad movable cultural and natural assets. Other laws containing penal [Transnational Law, Protection of the Environment, Criminal Law]Report of the Secretary-General on the role of criminal law in the protection of the environment, addendum 2 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN COMBATING TRANSNATIONAL CRIME THE ROLE OF CRIMINAL LAW IN THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Crime, Criminal Law, Protection of the Environment, ]Report of the Secretary-General on the role of criminal law in the protection of the environment 02/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present report has been prepared in response to Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/10. It contains information received from Governments and other sources on the role of criminal law in the protection of the environment, covers their views on the feasibility of establishing appropriate [Criminal law, protection of environment, legislation]Report of the Secretary-General on the elimination of violence against women, addendum 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present addendum brings to the attention of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Crimina l Justice additional information provided by Governments as of 31 March 1997, thereby updating the report of the Secretary-General on the elimination of violence against women (E/CN.15/1997/11). It summar [domestic Violence, Women, Trafficking, victims rights, child abuse, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on the elimination of violence against women 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present report has been prepared in pursuance of Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/12, on the elimination of violence against women, adopted on the recommendation of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its fifth session. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Domestic Violence, Women, Trafficking, victims rights, Violence Against Women]Report of the Secretary-General on measures to prevent illicit trafficking in children, addendum 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present addendum brings to the attention of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice additional information provided by Governments as of 31 March 1996, thereby updating the report of the Secretary-General on measures to prevent illicit trafficking in children (E/CN.15/1997/12). [human trafficking]Report of the Secretary-General on measures to prevent illicit trafficking in children 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

Further to the report of the Secretary-General, submitted to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its fifth session, on children as victims and perpetrators of crime (E/CN.15/1996/10),the present report provides an overview of additional information received from Governments c [trafficking in children, Commission, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice.]Report of the Secretary-General on the administration of juvenile justice 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

Pursuant to Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/13, the present report provides an overview of information received from Governments on their administration of juvenile justice and, in particular, their contributions to the elaboration of a programme of action to promote the effective use a [juvenile justice, international standards, witnesses]Report of the Secretary-General on the use and application of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice, addendum 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present addendum summarizes the replies received from the Governments of Qatar, Tunisia and the United States of America on the desirability of establishing an inter-sessional working group to examine the reports on the use and application of the United Nations standards and norms in crime prev [Governments, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice, Standards and Norms, Qatar, Tunisia]Report of the Secretary-General on the use and application of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present report has been prepared pursuant to Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/16. It provides an overview of the current system for the gathering of information on the use and application of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice. It contains comm [Standards, Crime, Prevention, Inter-sessional, Human rights]Report of the Secretary-General on the development of United Nations minimum rules for the administration of criminal justice, addendum 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

The present addendum summarizes additional comments received from the Governments of Cuba and Hungary on the advisability and specific content of th e draft minimum rules for the administration of criminal justice, bringing the number of Governments that have submitted replies to 52. (courtesy of U [Cuba, Hungary, Governments, draft, minimum rules]Report of the Secretary-General on the development of United Nations minimum rules for the administration of criminal justice 04/01/1997

By United Nations – report of the Secretary General

The present report has been prepared in response to Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice decision 5/101. It contains information received from States regarding the advisability and specific content of the draft minimum rules for the administration of criminal justice. It summarizes t [Rules, Administration, Crime, Justice, Prevention]Report of the Secretary-General on the Use and Application of the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power, addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present addendum summarizes additional views received f rom the Governments of Belarus, Canada, Spain and Tunisia concerning the draft manual on the use and application of the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power. [Governments, Victims, Crime, Abuse of Power, Services]Report of the Secretary-General on the Use and Application of the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present note provides an overview of recent developments related to the use and application of the Declaration of Basic Principles of Just ice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power, in particular with regard to the implementation of the mandates contained in Economic and Social Council resolu [Economic and Social Council, Victims, Abuse, Governments, intergovernmental]Report of the Secretary-General on technical cooperation and coordination of activities 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

In accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution 1992/22 of 30 July 1992 and resolution 5/2 of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, the present report provides an overview of the technical cooperation activities undertaken during 1996 by the Crime Prevention and Crimina [CRIME PREVENTION, peacekeeping, Implementation, International, Intergovernmental and non-governmental]Report of the Secretary-General on the activities of the institutes comprising the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Network 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present report highlights the activities carried out in 1996 by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, the affiliated regional institutes and the associate institutes and centres, which together comprise the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Pr [Objectives 1-6, Criminal, Justice, Crime, Control, Treatment ]Provisional annotated agenda for the sixth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, addendum 02/01/2002

By

The proposed organization of work for the sixth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, set out below, has been prepared pursuant to relevant decisions of the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council. [Agenda, crime prevention]Provisional annotated agenda for the sixth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

Some of things include in the agenda are:Election of officers. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work. Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders. [Documentation, Election, Violence, Elmination, Victims]Note by the Secretary-General on the proposed programme of work in crime prevention and criminal justice for the biennium 1998-1999 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present note contains a summary of the programme of work in crime prevention and criminal justice for the biennium 1998-1999 for consideration by the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. [Smuggled, Migrants, Crime, Prevention, Justice, Organization]Report on the Sixth Session, Economic and Social Council, Part 1 02/01/2002

By United Nations

At its sixth session, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommended the adoption of five draft resolutions by the General Assembly and ten draft resolutions and one draft decision by the Economic and Social Council. In addition, it adopted one resolution to be brought to the at [Organized Crime, Transnational crime, Security, Prevention, Justice]Report on the Sixth Session, Economic and Social Council, Part 2 02/01/2002

By United Nations

On international cooperation and assistance in the management of the criminal justice system: computerization of criminal justice operations and the development,analysis and policy use of crime and criminal justice information, [Social and Economic Council, Firearm regulation, Crime prevention, Safety]Report on the Sixth Session, Economic and Social Council, Part 3 04/01/1997

By United Nations

The Officer-in-Charge of the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Division of the Secretariat provided an assessment of the preparations for the Ninth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held at Cairo from 29 April to 8 May 1995, on the basis of the vi [Criminal Justice, Treatment of Offenders, Crime Prevention]Report of the Secretary-General on preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

This is a 4 part Addendum of Report of the Secretary-General on the Preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders. [Egypt, Tenth Congress, terrorism, corruption, money-laundering, trafficking in narcotic drugs]Report of the Secretary-General on preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, corrigendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

This is a Corrigendum of Page 21, paragraph 116 on the Report of the Secretary-General on preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders. [treatment of offenders, prevention of crime]Report of the Secretary-General on preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The General Assembly, in its resolution 46/152 of 18 December 1991, entrusted the Commission o n Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice with the function of preparing the United Nations congresses on the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders. [Fifth Session, Transnational crime, Prevention, Treatment, Offenders]Report of the Secretary-General on action against corruption and bribery, addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The Expert Group Meeting on Corruption, held at Buenos Aires from 17 to 21 March 1997, would like to bring to the attention of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, at its sixth session, the conclusions and recommendations below for its consideration and action. [Resolution, Disclosure, Guidelines, Rules, Measures]Report of the Secretary-General on action against corruption and bribery 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

In the same resolution, the Council urged States to develop and implement anti-corruption measures, to increase their capacity to prevent and adequately control corrupt practices, and to improve international cooperation in this field. The Council also requested the Secretary-General, inter alia, to [Bribery, Fraud, World Bank, Organization, International]Report of the Secretary-General on measures to regulate firearms, corrigendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

This is a Report of the Secretary-General on measures to regulate firearms, corrigendum. [Criminal Juctice, Reform, Governments, Canada, Japan]Report of the Secretary-General on measures to regulate firearms 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The work plan for the implementation of the project on the regulation of firearms emphasizes the goal of collecting, analysing and disseminating information and cooperating with intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations active in this field. [Prevention, Crime, Treatment, Offenders, Economic and Social Council]Report of the Secretary General on Criminal Justice Reform and Strengthening of Legal Institutions 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The Expert Group Meeting on Criminal Justice Management and Information Projects: Improving National and International Data Collection and Exchange, held at Buenos Aires from 10 to 13 March 1997, would like to bring to the attention of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, at its [transnational, crime prevention, criminal justice, implementation, national]Report of the Secretary-General on international cooperation and assistance in the management of the criminal justice system 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

In its resolution, the Council urged Member States to assist the Secretary-General in the establishment of both an advisory steering group and the identification of a standing pool of experts, to be administered by the Secretary-General in close coordination with the institutes comprising the United [European, North American, Analysis, Data collection, Statistical activities]Report of the Secretary-General on extradition and international cooperation in criminal matters 04/01/1997

By United Nations Secretary-General

Acknowledging the benefits of the enactment of national laws providing the most flexible basis for extradition, and bearing in mind that developing countries and countries with economies i n transition may lack the resources for developing and implementing treaty relations in extradition, as well [Intergovernmental Meeting, Extradition, criminal matters]Report of the Secretary-General on the implementation of the Naples Political Declaration and Global Action Plan against Organized Transnational Crime, Addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

In the same resolution, the General Assembly also requested the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to consider, as a matter of priority, the question of the elaboration of such an international convention, with a view to finalizing its work on that question as soon as possible, and [Organized Crime, Transnational crime, Security, Prevention, Justice]Report of the Secretary-General on the implementation of the Naples Political Declaration and Global Action Plan against Organized Transnational Crime, Addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

In view of the dangers that such activity posed to development and democracy and in view of its global nature, an international convention against organized transnational crime would be of immense value to theworld community if agreement could be reached on its scope and effect. [Opening, Attendance, Closure, Meeting, Organized, Transnational, Crime]Report of the Secretary-General on the implementation of the Naples Political Declaration and Global Action Plan against Organized Transnational Crime 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

Pursuant to General Assembly resolution 49/159 of 23 December 1994, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, at its fifth session, continued to review the implementation of the Naples Political Declaration and Global Action Plan against Organized Transnational Crime, adopted by the [Action, Member States, International, Political, Declaration]Report of the Secretary-General on measures to combat the smuggling of illegal migrants, addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present addendum brings to the attention of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice additional information provided by Governments as of 31 March 1997, thereby updating the report of the Secretary-General on measures to combat the smuggling of illegal migrants (E/CN.l5/1997/8). [Migration, Illegal, Smuggling, Intergovernmental, Alien]Report of the Secretary-General on the views of Governments and relevant organizations on measures for the prevention and suppression of illicit trafficking in motor vehicles 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

It highlights recent initiatives to strengthen international cooperation against this widespread type of crime, including the conference on Theft of and Illicit Trafficking in Motor Vehicles, held at Warsaw on 2 and 3 December 1996, the report of which is annexedto the present report. [Illicit trafficking, Motor Vehicles, Information, Governments, Organizations]Report on the Sixth Session, Economic and Social Council, Corrigendum 02/01/2002

By

It includes specialized intergovernmental organizations to provide the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice with available information about the results of their work in relation to the unlawful proliferation of unlawful military style small arms in Member States [United Nations, Panel, Government, Experts, Small arms]Report of the Secretary General on strategic management and programme questions, Addendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The attention of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice is drawn to a matter concerning the composition of the Board of Trustees of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, requiring action on the part of the Commission and the Economic and Social Counc [Interregional, Crime, Justice, Economic and Social Council]Report of the Secretary General on strategic management and programme questions 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present report provides an overview of the inter-sessional activities undertaken by the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to strengthen its strategic management of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme, as called for in Commission resolution 6/1. It [Informal, Inter-sessional, Mobilization, Planning, Programming]Report on the Seventh Session (21-30 April 1998), Economic and Social Council, Corrigendum 07/01/1998

By United Nations

This is a corrigendum for the COMMISSION ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE Report on the Seventh Session (21-30 April 1998). [Corrigendum, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice,Economic and Social counsel]Report on the Seventh Session (21-30 April 1998), Economic and Social Council 02/01/2002

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At its seventh session, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommended the adoption of three draft resolutions by the General Assembly and nine draft resolutions and two draft decisions by the Economic and Social Council. In addition, it adopted one resolution to be brought to t [Economic and Social Council, Crime prevention, Drug control, Criminal activities]Adoption of the agenda and organization of work, seventh session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Addendum 02/01/2002

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[Agenda, Conference, Commission, Economic and Social Council, criminal justice, crime prevention]Adoption of the agenda and organization of work, seventh session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 02/01/2002

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This is an agenda including:Election of officers., Adoption of the agenda and organization of work., Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders. [Election, agenda, officers, organization, juvenile justice, Victims, crime]Draft discussion guide for the regional preparatory meetings for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

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The General Assembly resolution 46/152, on the creation of an effe ctive United Nations crime prevention and criminal justice programme, the United Nations congresses, as a consultative body of the programme, are to provide a forum for: The exchange of views between States, intergovernmental org ani [Crime, Treatment, Offenders, Law, Criminal Justice]Draft discussion guide for the regional preparatory meetings for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Revision 1 02/01/2002

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The items to be included in the provisional agenda of the Tenth Congress, as approved by the General Assembly, are: Promoting the rule of law and strengthening the criminal justice system; International cooperation in combating transnational crime: new challenges in the twenty-first century; Effecti [discussion, guide, regional, meetings]Draft discussion guide for the demonstration and research workshops to be held at the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

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The United Nations congresses on the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders have seen a progression in terms of their outreach, research base, political influence and impact, have focused on specific issues [discussion, demonstration, research, workshops]Report of the Secretary-General on progress made in the preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The General Assembly, in its resolution 52/91, on preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, decided that the Tenth Congress should be held in the year 2000 and that the themes to be included in the provisional agenda of the Tenth Co [Views, Governments, Agenda, Secretary General, Dates, Rules ]Report of the Secretary-General on action against corruption and bribery 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present report has been prepared pursuant to General Assembly resoluti on 52/87. It contains an analysis of the information provided by Member States on action taken against corruption and bribery and presents an overview of the activities against corruption and bribery undertaken by the Centre [United Nations, Intergovernmental, Non-governmental, CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY]Report of the Secretary-General Criminal justice reform and strengthening of legal institutions: measures to regulate firearms 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 1997/28, reiterated its request to the Secretary-General to publish the United Nations international study on firearm regulation. [Summary, Workshops, International, Trafficking, Firearms]Report of the inter-sessional open-ended intergovernmental group of experts on the elaboration of an international convention against organized transnational crime (E/CN.15/1998/5) 02/01/1998

By United Nations

The General Assembly, in its resolution 51/120 of 1 2 December 1996, requested the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to consider, as a matter of priority, the question of the elaboration of an international convention against organized transnational crime. [Opening, Attendance, Domestic obligations, Jurisdictional matters,Cooperation, Protection, Witnesses]Report of the African Ministerial Workshop on Action against Organised Crime and Corruption, at Manila, Philippines, 2 to 4 March 1998 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The General Assembly, in its resolution 51/120, requested the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to consider, as a matter of priority, the question of the elaboration of an international convention against organized transnational crime. [Regional, Ministerial, Workshop, Attendance, Agenda, DISCUSSION, Election]Report of the Asian Ministerial Workshop on Action against Organised Crime and Corruption, at Manila, Philippines, 2 to 4 March 1998 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The General Assembly, in its resolution 51/120, requested the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice to consider, as a matter of priority, the question of the elaboration of an international convention against transnational crime. [Regional, Ministerial, Workshop, Attendance, Agenda, DISCUSSION, Election]Report of the Secretary-General to the General Assembly on the implementation of the Naples Political Declaration and Global Action Plan against Organized transnational Crime 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

Developments on specific issues, such as extradition and mutual assistance in criminal matters, are also covered, as they are directly related to both the implementation of the Naples Political Declaration and Global Action Plan and the strengthening of international cooperation against organized tr [Naples, political, declaration, global, Action, Plan]Report of the Secretary-General on mutual assistance and international cooperation in criminal matters 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

It was recommended that the Expert Group should explore ways and means of increasing the efficiency of that type of international cooperation, having due regard to the rule of law and the protection of human rights, including by drafting alternative or complementary articles for the Model Treaty on [Meeting, Attendance, Election, Officers, Agenda]Report of the Secretary General on the use and application of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice, addendum 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present report has been prepared in response to Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/16. It contains information received from Governments on the use and application of the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice. [Juvenile Delinquency, Deprivation, Privileges, Discipline, Socialization]Report of the Secretary General on the use and application of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present report highlights recent developments in the promotion of the use and application of existing United Nations standards and norms, pursuant to Economic and Social Cou ncil resolutions 1993/34 and 1997/32, focusing on ways and means of improving current procedures. It also contains informa [policy, coordination, juvenile justice, victims, abuse of power, law enforcement, children, human rights]Report of the Secretary General on technical cooperation 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present report describes the technical cooperation undertaken in 1997, highlighting the coordination of activities with other United Nations entities. It also describes the contributions of Member States in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice, providing suggestions on how the tech [Criminal Justice, Crime prevention, Computers, Corruption, Crime]Information for participants, seventh session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Upon registration, participants not already in possession of a VIC grounds pass will be issued VIC conference passes in the appropriate categories, bearing their name and country or organization. Upon presentation of the registration form, the photographs for the conference passes will be taken in [participants, inforamtion, session, crime prevention, criminal justice]Report of the meeting of the expert group on an appropriate international strategy against corruption, including the proceeds of corruption 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The experts first of all stressed that the fight against corruption had to be undertaken not only through preventive measures, but also through comprehensive efforts to promote good governance, with the involvement of civil society. [Meeting, Bribes, Corruption, International, Strategy]Report on the eighth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 04/01/1999

By United Nations

At its eighth session, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommended the adoption of four draft resolutions by the General Assembly and six draft resolutions and three draft decisions by the Economic and Social Council. [Trafficking, Criminals, Organized Crime,Justice, Explosives]Work of the Ad Hoc Committee on the elaboration of the convention against transnational organized crime 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

It decided to establish an open-ended intergovernmental ad hoc committee for the purpose of elaborating a comprehensive international convention against transnational organized crime and of discussing the elaboration, as appropriate, of international instruments addressing trafficking in women and c [Criminal Justice, Crime prevention,congress, transnational organized crime, violence against women]Preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Corrigendum 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The agends for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Corrigendum. [agenda, schedule, Prevention of Crime, Treatment of Offenders]Proposed programme of work in crime prevention and criminal justice for the biennium 2000-2001 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present note contains a summary of the proposed programme of work in crime prevention and criminal justice for the biennium 2000-2001 for consideration by the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its eighth session. The proposed programme ofwork will be reflected in section 14 [Crime Prevention,Criminal justice, Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime]Adoption of the agenda and organization of work, ninth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Beginning with its first session, held in 1992, the Commission has elected a Chairman, three Vice-Chairmen and a Rapporteur. In view of the rotation of offices based on regional distribution, the officers at the eighth session were from the following regional groups. [Crime Prevention,Criminal justice, Resource mobilization]Work of the Centre for International Crime Prevention (and Strategic Management) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present report of the Executive Director is the second annual report on the work of the Centre for International Crime Prevention of the Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention of the Secretariat submitted to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. [drug control, trade, organized crime, human rights, terrorism, trafficking]Ad-Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of an International Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on progress achieved in its work 02/01/2002

By United Nations

For the purpose of elaborating a comprehensive international convention against transnational organized crime and of discussing the elaboration, as appropriate, of international instruments addressing trafficking in women and children, combating the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firear [Trafficking, Human Rights, Women, Children,Organized, transnational organized crime, violence against women]Progress Achieved regarding juvenile justice reform 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

It presents an analysis of the roles, functions and activities of the partners concerned system-wide and of the progress achieved in advancing juvenile justice reform, in line with United Nations policy and instruments. [Juvenile justice, Human rights, Machinery in place, ]Consideration of the recommendations of the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders 04/01/2000

By United Nations

This is the Consideration of the recommendations of the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders. [General Assembly, Criminal Justice, Crime prevention]Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Report On The Ninth Session 02/01/2002

By United Nations

At its ninth session, the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommended the adoption of three draft resolutions by the General Assembly and two draft resolutions and one draft decision by the Economic and Social Council. [Crime Prevention, Criminal justice, Economic and Social Council]Provisional list of participants, ninth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Corrigendum 02/01/2002

By United Nations

This is a Provisional list of participants, ninth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Corrigendum. [participants, crime, prevention, criminal justice]Provisional list of participants, ninth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 02/01/2002

By United Nations

This is a Provisional list of participants, ninth session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. [participants, crime, prevention, criminal justice]Protection of victims of violence against women and children 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Welcoming Economic and Social Council resolutions on violence against women and children. [victims’ rights, domestic violence, child abuse, violence against women]Statement submitted by Centro Nazionale di Prevenzione e Difesa Sociale to the United Nations 02/01/2002

By United Nations

an effective anti-corruption strategy has to rely on awareness-raising and public education among civil society and the media, prevention and enforcement in the judicial, legislative, executive and private sectors and institution-building across all sectors. [organized crime, corruption, traffic in human beings and]Capital Punishment And Implementation Of The Safeguards Guaranteeing Protection Of The Rights Of Those Facing The Death Penalty 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present report, which is the sixth quinquennial report on capital punishment, covers the period 1994-1998 and reviews the implementation of the safeguards guaranteeing protection of the rights of those facing the death penalty. [Punishment, Death Penalty, Countries that resumed executions, Countries that became abolitionist]Report of the Ninth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Bearing in mind that one of the purposes of the United Nations, as stated in the Preamble to the Charter of the United Nations, is to achieve international cooperation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character and in promoting and encouraging respe [Criminal, Justice, Victims, Women, Children]UN Criminal Justice Standards for Peace-Keeping Police (The Blue Book) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

This is the homepage for the UN Blue Book. [Blue book, homepage, criminal justice, human rights and humanitarian law]Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its ninth session, held in Vienna from 5 to 16 June 2000 (tenth meeting) 07/01/2000

By United Nations

The Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime was established by the General Assembly in its resolution 53/111 of 9 December 1998. [Trafficking, Women, Children, Organized Crime, transnational organized crime]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work of Committee Drafting UN Crime Convention (tenth meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

The agenda for this was:Opening of the tenth session of the Ad Hoc Committee. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work. Finalization and approval of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. [Transnational, Organized Crime, United Nations, ]Official records (travaux preparatoires) of the negotiation of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (tenth meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

The negotiations preceding the conclusion of a treaty. As such, they may consist of the minutes of the plenary meetings and the comments of the conference or other body that adopted the treaty or the successive drafts of the treaty, including the various proposals on record. [Organized Crime, Transnational, Traffic in Narcotic Drugs, , transnational organized crime]Corrigendum to Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (tenth meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

This is one page of Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. [Transnational, Organized Crime, General Assembly, United Nations , transnational organized crime]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (tenth meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

The Convention shall apply, except as otherwise stated herein, to the prevention, investigation and prosecution of:The offences established in accordance with articles 3, 4, 4 ter and 17 bis of this Convention; and Serious offences as defined in article 2 bis of this Convention; where the offence [Organized Crime, laundering, Transnational Organized Crime ]Proposals and contributions received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (tenth meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

Algeria, Egypt, India, Mexico and Turkey proposed the following indicative list of offences to be included in an annex to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime:Illicit trafficking in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, Trafficking in persons, in particular wom [Contributions, Governments, Organized Crime, violence against women]Report of Ad Hoc committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its tenth session, held in Vienna from 17-28 July 2000 (eleventh meeting) 09/01/2000

By United Nations

A United Nations General Assembly report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the elaboration of a convention against transnational organized crime on its tenth session, held in Vienna from 17 to 28 July 2000. [Organized Crime, international crime, transnational organized crime]Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work for the eleventh session of the Ad Hoc Committee Drafting the UN Crime Convention (eleventh meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

Some of things on the agenda were Opening of the eleventh session of the Ad Hoc Committee. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work. [Trafficking, Firearms,Organized Crime]Draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (eleventh meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

The purpose of this Convention is to promote cooperation to prevent and combat transnational organized crime more effectively. [Transnational, Organized Crime, Confiscation, Predicate offence, transnational organized crime]Interpretative notes for the official records (travaux preparatoires) of the negotiation of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (eleventh meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

The present document contains interpretative notes which were discussed by the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime throughout the process of negotiation of the draft Convention. These notes will be included in the official records of the negot [Transnational, Organized Crime, transnational organized crime]Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea, Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (eleventh meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

The protocol suplements the United Nations convention against Transnational Organized Crime, as regards the sttae parties to this protocol those two instruments shall be read and interpeted togetther as one single instrument. [Smuggled, Migrants, illegal residence, crimalization, criminal liability of migrants, human trafficking, transnational organized crime]Proposals and Contribution Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (Migrants) (eleventh meeting) 10/01/2000

By United Nations

Finalization and approval of the additional international legal instrument against trafficking in and transporting of migrants. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Smuggled, Migrants]Proposals and Contribution Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (Persons, one) (eleventh meeting) 10/01/2000

By United Nations

Finalization and approval of the additional international legal instrument against trafficking in persons, especially women and children. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Italy, Trafficking, Women, Children, violence against women]Proposals and Contribution Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (Persons, two) (eleventh meeting) 10/01/2000

By United Nations

Finalization and approval of the additional international legal instrument against trafficking in persons, especially women and children. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Canada, Trafficking, Women, Children, violence against women]Proposals and Contribution Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (Firearms) (eleventh meeting) 09/01/2000

By Ad Hoc Committee

Finalization and approval of the additional international legal instrument against illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, their parts and components and ammunition. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Firearms,Import,Export]Proposals and Contribution Received from Governments (Migrants – Colombia) (eleventh meeting) 09/01/2000

By Ad Hoc Committee

Finalization and approval of the additional international legal instrument against illegal trafficking in and transporting of migrants. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Migration]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (Migrants – Azerbaijan) (eleventh meeting) 09/01/2000

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Finalization and approval of the additional international legal instrument against illegal trafficking in and transporting of migrants. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Smuggling, Migrants]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work for UN Crime Convention Working Group 12/01/1998

By Ad Hoc Committee

The first session of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Comprehensive International Convention against Transnational Organized Crime will be convened on Tuesday, 19 January 1999, at 10 a.m. Originally, the Centre for International Crime Prevention had planned [Illegal, Trafficking, Women, Children, Crime]Informal group of the 12/01/1998

By Ad Hoc Committee

Informal group of the ‘Friends of the chair’ of the Ad Hoc committee on the elaboration of the convention against Transnational Organized Crime. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, Transnational]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work for Working Group on UN Crime Convention(second meeting) 02/01/1999

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The provisional agenda and proposed organization of work of the Ad Hoc Committee at its second session were endorsed by the Ad Hoc Committee at its first session, held in Vienna from 19 to 29 January 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, Trafficking, firearms]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime 02/01/1999

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 1-3. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime, Drugs, Trafficking, Terrorism, transnational organized crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (second meeting, one) 02/01/1999

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 1-3 Consideration of the additional international legal instrument against trafficking in women and children. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human rights,Women, Children, violence against women]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention (second meeting, two) 03/01/1999

By United Nations

Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 1-3 Consideration of the additional international legal instrument against trafficking in women and children. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human rights,Women, Children, violence against women]Report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its first session, held in Vienna from 19 to 29 January 1999 01/01/1999

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Report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its first session, held in Vienna from19 to 29 January 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Elections, transnational organized crime]Report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its second session, held in Vienna from 8 to 12 March 1999 03/01/1999

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its second session, held in Vienna from 8 to 12 March 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Trafficking, Women, Children, Human rights, transnational organized crime]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work for UN Crime Convention Working Group(third meeting) 03/01/1999

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Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Trafficking, Human Rights, Women, Children,Firearms]Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (third meeting) 04/01/1999

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International cooperation in combating transnational crime: elaboration of an international convention against transnational organized crime and other possible international instruments. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, transnational organized crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments on UN Crime Convention(third meeting) 03/01/1999

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4, 4 bis, 7 and 8 Consideration of the additional international legal instrument against illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, their parts and components [Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human rights]Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4, 4 bis, 7 and 8 04/01/1999

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention againstTransnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4, 4 bis, 7 and 8. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Money Laundering, transnational organized crime]Draft elements for an international legal instrument against Illegal Trafficking and Transport of Migrants 12/01/1998

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Draft elements for an international legal instrument against illegal trafficking and transport of migrants. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human rights]Draft protocol to combat International Trafficking in Women and Children supplementary to the United Nations Convention on Transnational Organized Crime 11/01/1998

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DRAFT PROTOCOL TO COMBAT INTERNATIONAL TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN SUPPLEMENTARY TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Trafficking, Women, Children, Human rights, transnational organized crime, violence against women]Draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime 12/01/1998

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The purpose of this Convention is to promote cooperation among the States Parties so that they may address more effectively the various aspects of organized crime having an international dimension. In carrying out their obligations under the Convention, the Parties shall take necessary measures, in [Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human rights, transnational organized crime]Report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its third session, held in Vienna from 28 April to 3 May 1999 05/01/1999

By United Nations

Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its third session, held in Vienna from 28 April to 3 May 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Trafficking, Human Rights, Women, Children,Firearms, transnational organized crime]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work (fourth meeting) 05/01/1999

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Provisional annotated agenda and proposed organization of work. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human rights, Ad Hoc]Informal Note by the High Commissioner for Human Rights 06/01/1999

By United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Informal note by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human Rights,Trafficking, Organized Crime]Draft Protocol against the smuggling of migrants by land, air and sea 05/01/1999

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Draft Protocol against the Smuggling1 of Migrants by Land,Air and Sea,2 Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime3. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human Rights,Trafficking]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (fourth meeting) 05/01/1999

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4 ter, 5, 6, 9, 10 and 14. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (fourth meeting, one) 05/01/1999

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4 ter, 5, 6, 9, 10 and 14. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Government(s),Contributions]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (fourth meeting, two) 06/01/1999

By United Nations

Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4 ter, 5, 6, 9, 10 and 14. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Mutual Assistance, Contributions, Government(s)]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (second group) 02/01/2002

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The Secretary-General has the honour to bring to the attention of the Ad Hoc Committee the comments and proposals of States that relate to the draft international legal instrument against illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, ammunition and other related materials, which was submitte [Firearms]Comments and Proposals Received from Governments 02/01/2002

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The Secretary-General has the honour to bring to the attention of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime the comments and proposals of the Government of Netherlands that relate to the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organiz [Transnational Organized Crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments 02/01/2002

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PROPOSALS AND CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENTS [Transnational Organized Crime, firearms]Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its fourth session, held in Vienna from 28 June to 9 July 1999 02/01/2002

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its fourth session, held in Vienna from28 June to 9 July 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [international, trafficking, women, children, human rights, transnational organized crime]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work (fifth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [money-laundering, confiscation, extradition,]Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea, Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (fifth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Draft Protocol against the Smuggling ofMigrants by Land, 1 Air and Sea, Supplementing the United Nations Convention 2 against Transnational Organized Crime3. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Ad hoc, Human rights, International Affairs, Crime,Trafficking, transnational organized crime]Corrigendum to Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (fifth meeting) 02/01/2002

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A brief correction to line 10 added on the on the list of Proposals and contributions received from Governments. [Organized, Foreign Affairs]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments on the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (fifth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4, 4 bis, 7, 7 bis, 7 ter, 10, 14 (paras. 14-22) and 15-19. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Government, Assets, Crime, transnational organized crime]Addendum to the Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a (sixth meeting, one) 02/01/2002

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Report of the informal consultations on the draft Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea, Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, and the revised draft Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Wom [Ad hoc, Human rights, International Affairs, Crime, violence against women]Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organinzed Crime on its fifth session, held in Vienna from 4 to 15 October 1999 (sixth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its fifth session, held in Vienna from4 to 15 October 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Ad hoc,Organized Crime, Transmigrational]Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work (sixth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work for the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. [Ad hoc,Human rights, International Affairs, Crime,Trafficking]Common provisions of the draft Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the draft Protocols thereto (sixth meeting) 12/01/1999

By United Nations

Common provisions of the draft Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the draft Protocols thereto. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime]Analytical Study on Serious Crime (sixth meeting) 02/01/2002

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At its second session, held in Vienna from 8 to 12 March 1999, the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime requested the Secretariat to carry out an analytical study on provisions of national laws concerning serious offences punishable by deprivat [Transnational Organized Crime]Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea, Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (sixth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the additional legal instruments: draft instrument against illegal trafficking in and transporting of migrants, with particular emphasis on articles 7-19. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime, Human rights,Trafficking]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (6th meeting) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4 ter, 17 bis and 20-30. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (sixth meeting, one) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized crime, with particular emphasis on articles 4 ter, 17 bis and 20-30. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime, Proposals, Contributions, Governments]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (sixth meeting, two) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of additional international legal instruments: draft instrument against illegal trafficking in and transporting of migrants,with particular emphasis on articles 7-19. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime, Proposals, Contributions, Governments]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (sixth meeting, three) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of additional international legal instruments: draft instrument against trafficking in persons, especially women and children, with particular emphasis on articles 8-18. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime, Trafficking, Human Rights, Women, Children, violence against women]Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Their Parts and Components and Ammunition 02/01/2002

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Ongoing international initiatives related to the elaboration of an international legal instrument against illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, their parts and components and ammunition. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime]Addendum to the Analytical Study on Serious Crime (seventh meeting) 02/01/2002

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A Report by the Secretariat for the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, regarding an Analytical study on serious crime. [Transnational Organized Crime]Corrigendum to Analytical Study on Serious Crime (seventh meeting) 12/01/1999

By United Nations

A Report by the Secretariat, for the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, regarding an Analytical study on serious crime. [Transnational Organized Crime]Analytical Study on Serious Crime (seventh meeting) 02/01/2002

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At its second session, held in Vienna from 8 to 12 March 1999, the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime requested the Secretariat to carry out an analytical study on provisions of national laws concerning serious offences punishable by deprivation [Transnational Organized Crime, National Laws, Countries]Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its sixth session, held in Vienna from 6 to 17 October 1999 (seventh meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime

Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its sixth session, held in Vienna from 6 to 17 October 1999. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Drugs and Crime, Transnational Organized Crime]Annotated Provisional Agenda and Proposed Organization of Work (seventh meeting) 02/01/2002

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Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime, Provisional agenda]Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (seventh meeting) 02/01/2002

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Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling1 of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea,2 supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human Rights, transnational organized crime]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (seventh meeting) 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime

Consideration of the revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 1-3, 5 and 6. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [trafficking, migrants, immigration, emmigration, policy, organized crime, laundering, transnational organized crime]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (seventh meeting, one) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 1-3, 5 and 6. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime, Governments, Proposals and contributions]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (seventh meeting, two) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the additional international legal instrument against illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms,their parts and components and ammunition. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (seventh meeting, three) 01/01/2000

By United Nations

The Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with Proposals and contributions received from Governments around the World. [trafficking, migrants, immigration, emmigration, policy, organized crime, laundering]Consideration of the Additional International Legal Instruments Against Trafficking in Women and Children 02/01/2002

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Draft elements for an agreement on the prevention, suppression and punishment of international trafficking in women and children, supplementary to the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime: submitted by Argentina. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human Rights,International Affairs, Crime,Women,Children, violence against women]Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its seventh session, held in Vienna from 17 – 28 January 2000 (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its seventh session, held in Vienna from 17 to 28 January 2000. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human rights, transnational organized crime]Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human rights, transnational organized crime]Corrigendum to UNHCR Note (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Note by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the International Organization for Migration on the draft protocols concerning migrant smuggling and trafficking [transnational organized crime]UNCHR Notes on the Migrants and Persons Protocols (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Note by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the International Organization for Migration on the draft protocols concerning migrant smuggling and trafficking in persons. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime, human trafficking]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (eighth meeting) [transnational organized crime]Proposals and contributions received from Governments (Convention) (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 2, 2 bis (subparagraph (a) only), 4, 4 bis, 4 ter, 4 quater, 7, 7 bis, 7 ter, 17, 17 bis, 18, 18 bis and 18 ter. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (Migrants) (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

By

Consideration of the additional international legal instrument against illegal trafficking in and transporting of migrants. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (Firearms) (eighth meeting) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime Proposals and contributions received from the Governments of Australia, Belgium, Canada, and China to name a few. [transnational organized crime]Report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its eighth session, held in Vienna from 21 February – 3 March 2000 (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on its eighth session, held in Vienna from 21 February to 3 March 2000. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work for the ninth session of the Ad Hoc Committee (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

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The Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]Progress report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Progress report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea, Supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Revised draft Protocol against the Smuggling1 of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea,2 supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [human trafficking, transnational organized crime]Revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

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The purpose of this Convention is to promote cooperation to prevent and combat transnational organized crime more effectively. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Transnational Organized Crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (Convention) (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

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Consideration of the revised draft United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with particular emphasis on articles 2, 2 bis (subparagraph (a) only), 4 bis, 9, 10, 10 bis, 14, 14 bis, 15 and 16. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (Migrants) (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. [Human rights]Proposals and Contributions Received from Governments (Persons) (ninth meeting) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, with Proposals and contributions received from Governments. [Human Rights,Trafficking]Addendum: Interpretative Notes for the Official Records of the Negotiation of the Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime and the Protocols 02/01/2002

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on the work of its first to eleventh sessions. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]The Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime and its Protocols 02/01/2002

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Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime on the work of its first to eleventh sessions. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational organized crime]United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (final document) 02/01/2002

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Articles 1 thru 41 of the United States convention of Transnational Organized Crime. [organized crime, corruption, laundering, policy, transnational organized crime]Protocol against the smuggling of migrants by land, sea and air, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (final document) 02/01/2002

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Articles 1 thru 25 of the Protocol against the Smuggling of Immigrants. [Human Rights, human trafficking, transnational organized crime]Central Repository of Legislation on Transnational Organized Crime 02/01/2002

By

This repository is part of a broad set of databases maintained by the Secretariat. They include the database on extradition, money laundering, standards and norms, and the statistics of the periodic United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and Criminal Justice Operations. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [transnational Organized Crime]Crimes Related to Computer Networks (background paper) 04/01/2000

By United Nations

Effectively preventing and combating cyber crime requires a coordinated international approach at different levels. At the domestic level, the investigation of cyber crime requires adequate staff, expertise and procedures. [Cybercrime, Criminal, Computer Networks, Computer systems, Data security]Community Involvement in Crime Prevention (background paper) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present paper has been prepared pursuant to General Assembly resolution 53/110 of 9 December 1998 in which the Assembly endorsed the programme of work for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, including the holding of four practical-orien [Parents,Community, Crime, Policing and justice, ]Women in the Criminal Justice System (background paper) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present paper presents four modules for discussion in the workshop on women in the criminal justice system, each dealing with a different aspect of the situation of women vis-à-vis criminal justice systems within the framework of transnational organized crime: (a) women as offenders and priso [Women, Criminal Justice, Women as victims and survivors, Women as offenders and prisoners, Violence Against Women]Provisional Agenda for the Tenth United Nations Conference on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The purpose of the pre-congress consultations, which will be open to all States participating in the Tenth Congress, is to reach agreement on recommendations to be made on all procedural and organizational matters to be dealt with by the Tenth Congress at the opening meeting, such as the election [Offender, Victim’s, Criminal Justice, Organizational matters]Promoting the Rule of Law, and Strengthening the Criminal Justice System (working paper) 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The present paper is intended to inform and stimulate discussion about the rule of law, with a focus on issues that are important for the development and maintenance of effective criminal justice systems. [Offenders, Treatment, Organized Crime, Corruption]Preliminary Draft of the Vienna Declaration on Crime and Justice: Meeting the Challenges of the Twenty-first Century 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Having assembled at theTenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention ofCrime and the Treatment of Offenders in Vienna from 10 to 17 April 2000 to decide to take more effective concerted action, in a spirit of cooperation, to combat the world crime problem. [Crime, Justice, Prevention, Vienna, criminal justice, Crime Prevention]The State of Crime and Criminal Justice Worldwide 02/01/2002

By Secretary-General

The present report contains a description of major crime trends and developments since the Ninth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held in Cairo from 29 April to 8 May 1995. [Crime, Crime prevention, crime and criminal justice]International Cooperation in Combatting Transnational Crime: New Challenges in the Twenty-First Century (working paper) 02/01/2002

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The present document examines some of the realistic and imaginary fears related to transnational organized crime today. It is a discussion paper, in the sense that some issues are identified, questions are posed and controversies are highlighted, but no final solutions are provided. [Organized Crime, Transnational, illegal migrants, smuggling nuclear material,]Effective Crime Prevention: Keeping Pace With New Developments (working paper) 02/01/2002

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The modern State seeks protection from crime principally through the operations of the law enforcement and criminal justice systems. [Crime Prevention, Community development, Child development, Social development]Offenders and Victims: Accountability and Fairness in the Criminal Justice Process (working paper) 04/01/2000

By United Nations

Ever since the advent of modern democracies, criminal justice systems have had the dual function of holding offenders accountable to society for their misdeeds and holding the criminal authorities accountable for their punitive actions against the offender. [Terrorism, Crime, Victims, legal rights of defendants and victims, organized crime]Combatting Corruption (background paper) 02/01/2002

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The workshop on combating corruption will deal with issues related to the prevention and control of corruption using a multidisciplinary approach, as advocated in the Global Programme against Corruption of the Centre for International Crime Prevention and the United Nations Interregional Crime an [Corruption, Crime prevention, Aspects and causes of corruption, Consequences of corruption]Discussion Guide on the Workshops, Ancillary Meetings, Symposia and Exhibits to be Held at the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

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The Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, at its sixth session, expressed its support for the format followed for the Ninth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held at Cairo from 29 April to 8 May 1995. [Criminal Justice, Women, Crime prevention, congress, COMBATING CORRUPTION]Discussion Guide for the Tenth United Nations Conference on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By TENTH UNITED NATIONS CONGRESS

as a consultative body of the programme, are to provide a forum for: The exchange of views between States, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations and individual experts representing various professions and disciplines; The exchange of experiences in research, law and policy [organized, transnational, crime, xenophobia, racism, ethnic conflict, victims and offenders]Crime and Justice: Meeting the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century 02/01/2002

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United Nations congresses on the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders have been held every five years since 1955. The congresses have promoted crime prevention studies and technical assistance and have encouraged Governments and professionals to share expertise and experience, leading [Crime, Treatment, transnational crime, sexual exploitation, illegal migrants]Information for Participants in the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By United Nations

The United Nations congresses on the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders trace their origin to the international penitentiary congresses that had been organized by the International Penal and Penitentiary Commission (IPPC) since the nineteenth century. [Congress, Participants, international penitentiary, criminal justice;]Report of the Western Asian Regional Preparatory Meeting for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

By its resolution 1998/13 of 28 July 1998, the Economic and Social Council recommended to the General Assembly the adoption of a draft resolution entitled “Preparations for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders”. [Crime, Offenders, Treatment, Prevention of Crime, Crime and justice]Report of the African Regional Preparatory Meeting for the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Held at Kampala from 7 to 9 December 1998 02/01/2002

By Ad Hoc Committee

On the recommendation of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and the Economic and Social Council, the General Assembly adopted resolution 53/110 of 9 December 1998, by which it decided to hold the Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offen [Crime, Offenders, Victims, criminal justice system, combating corruption]United Nations Action Against Corruption and Bribery 02/01/2002

By United Nations

A report about Corruption and Bribery by the United Nations, featuring Annex’s 1-4. [Corruption, International Issues]International Review of Criminal Policy: UN Manual on the Prevention and Control of Computer-Related Crime 02/01/2002

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Many groups of experts in the computer and crime-enforcement fields have discussed, and continue to discuss, these issues. The discussions suggest that the phenomenon of computer crime has existed for some time and will not go away. Computer technology today is where automotive technology was in [Cybercrime]Bilateral Agreements on Extradition, Judicial/LegalAssistance, Control of Narcotic Drugs, and PrisonerTransfer by Country 02/01/2002

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Historically, countries have cooperated in matters pertaining to crime control by exchanging wanted criminals and fugitive offenders. These exchanges were made through either formal agreements such as treaties or by more informal means. In the present and more recent past, the exchange of wanted [Drugs and Crime]Handbook on Justice for Victims 02/01/2002

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Crime takes an enormous physical, financial and emotional toll on its victims. On 29 November 1985, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power (General Assembly resolution 40/34, annex) based on the convic [Human Rights]Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners 02/01/2002

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The following rules are to be applied without discrimination on the grounds of race, color, sex, language, religion, political opinions, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. It is necessary, however, to respect religious beliefs of prisoners. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Human Rights, Basic principle, Accommodation, Personal hygiene, Medical services ]Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials 02/01/2002

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All those who exercise police powers shall respect and protect human dignity and uphold the human rights of all persons. Law enforcement officials shall fulfill the duty imposed on them by law by serving the community and protecting all persons against illegal acts. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Law Enforcement]Milan Plan of Action 02/01/2002

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Possessing national and international dimensions, the problem of crime demands a concerted response from the community of nations to reduce opportunities for the commission of crimes and to address relevant socioeconomic factors, such as poverty, inequality and unemployment. Unbalanced or inadequate [crime, Recommendations, UN]Guiding Principles for Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in the Context of Development and a New International Economic Order 02/01/2002

By United Nations

Crime prevention as a global phenomenon should not be confined to common criminality, but should also address especially harmful crimes, including economic crime, environmental offenses, illegal drug trafficking, terrorism, apartheid and other comparable crimes. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime Prevention]Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary 02/01/2002

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The independence of the judiciary shall be guaranteed by the State and enshrined in the constitution or law of the country. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Judiciary]Model Agreement on the Transfer of Foreign Prisoners and Recommendations on the Treatment of Foreign Prisoners 02/01/2002

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Foreign prisoners should be informed, in a language they understand, of the prison regime and regulations as well as their right to request contact with consular authorities. Proper assistance should be given in dealings with medical or programme staff and concerning such matters as complaints, spec [Foreign Prisoners]Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice 02/01/2002

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Parts 1 thru 6 of the Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice, for UNCJIN. [Juvenile Delinquency]Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and the Abuse of Power 02/01/2002

By

A Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and the Abuse of Power, for UNCJIN. [Victims of Crime]Standard Minimum Rules for Non-Custodial Measures 02/01/2002

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The Standard Minimum Rules are basic principles to promote the use of non-custodial measures and establish minimum safeguards for persons subject to alternatives to imprisonment. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime and Punishment]Guidelines for the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency 02/01/2002

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Progressive delinquency prevention policies should avoid criminalizing a child for behavior that does not cause serious damage to the development of the child or harm to others. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Juvenile Delinquency]Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty 02/01/2002

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The Rules are designed to establish minimum standards accepted by the United Nations for the protection of juveniles deprived of their liberty and serve as convenient standards of reference to professionals involved in the juvenile justice system. They should be made available to juvenile justice pe [Crime and Punishment]Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials 02/01/2002

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Governments and law enforcement agencies shall adopt and implement rules and regulations on the use of force and firearms against persons bylaw enforcement officials and keep associated ethical issues constantly under review. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Law Enforcement]Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers 02/01/2002

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All persons are entitled to call upon the assistance of a lawyer of their choice to protect and establish their rights and defend them in all stages of criminal proceedings. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Law]Guidelines on the Role of Prosecutors 02/01/2002

By

Persons selected as prosecutors shall be individuals of integrity and ability, with appropriate training and qualifications. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Crime]Model Treaty on Extradition 02/01/2002

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Articles 1-18 of the Model Treaty on Extradition, Adopted by the Eighth Crime Congress, Havana, 27 August-7 September 1990. [Extradition]Model Treaty on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters 02/01/2002

By

Articles 1-21 of the Model Treaty on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. [Crime]Model Treaty on the Transfer of Proceedings in Criminal Matters 02/01/2002

By

Articles 1-15 of the Model Treaty on the Transfer of Proceedings in Criminal Matters. [Human Rights]Model Treaty on the Transfer of Supervision of Offenders Conditionally Sentenced or Conditionally Released 02/01/2002

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Articles 1-15 of the Model Treaty on the Transfer of Supervision of Offenders Conditionally Sentenced or Conditionally Released. [Crime and Punishment]Model Treaty for the Prevention of Crimes that Infringe on the Cultural Heritage of Peoples in the Form of Movable Property 02/01/2002

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Articles 1-5 of the Model Treaty for the Prevention of Crimes that Infringe on the Cultural Heritage of Peoples in the Form of Movable Property. [Human Rights]Annex to Resolution on Measures Against International Terrorism 02/01/2002

By

It would be useful to identify behavior that the international community regards as unacceptable and that requires the application of effective preventive and repressive measures consistent with international law, although to date the international community has been unable to arrive at a universall [Human Rights, terrorism]Compendium of United Nations Standards and Norms in Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 02/01/2002

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The United Nations congresses on the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders have placed special emphasis on the general issues of criminal policy, in addition to dealing with specific aspects of crime prevention and criminal justice. It is broadly understood that crime and delinquency s [Standards, International Cooperation, Juvenile Justice, Capital Punishment]Guide for Policy Makers on the Implementation of the United Nations Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power 02/01/2002

By United Nations Office for drug Control and Crime Prevention

Guide for policy makers on the implementation of the UN declaration of basic principles of justice for vistims of crime and abuse of power [Victims of crime, policy]First and Second United Nations Surveys of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1970 – 1980) 02/01/2002

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These are data from a validation survey that attempted to validate existing data for the First and Second United Nations Surveys of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems. Attempts were also made to fill in some missing data. The data are in ASCII. They are not compressed. Please be [International Affairs]The Second and Third United Nations Surveys of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1975 – 1986) 02/01/2002

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There are many shortcomings and difficulties in using international criminal justice data sets. Please read the codebook in order to avoid making serious mistakes. The codebook describes how to use the files and how the data sets are structured. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [International Affairs]The Fifth United Nations Survey of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1990 – 1994) 02/01/2002

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A list of Codebooks in ASCII (txt) Format, for the ODCCP and UNCJIN. [International Affairs]The Sixth United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1995 – 1997) 02/01/2002

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This Survey questionnaire* consists of a series of questions that ask for data, primarily statistical, on the main components of the criminal justice system, for the years 1995 to 1997. The following paragraphs include the instructions given to Government respondents. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [International Affairs]Total Recorded Crime per 100,000 Population: Combined Data from the Third through Sixth United Nations Surveys of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (1982-1997) 02/01/2002

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Two charts from the years 1980-1997, regarding Total recorded crime per 100,000 population. [Crime]Global Bibliography of Prison Systems 05/01/1999

By Philip L. Reichel (compiler)

The primary goal for this bibliography is to provide practitioners, scholars, and students, with a reasonably comprehensive source for identifying information written about the prison system in as many countries of the world as possible. (courtesy of UNCJIN) [Bibliography, Reference, Search, General]THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PERMANENT INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT 02/01/2002

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The High Commissioner draws attention to the steady rise in frequency and severity of attacks against persons serving in United Nations operations – including those mandated to carry out human rights work – and the necessity therefore of including in the statute crimes against United Nations and ass [policy, international affairs]Police Training Activities for the Prevention and Control of Drug Abuse 02/01/2002

By Tom Ellis, Carla Ippoliti

This project was an attempt towards gaining knowledge about police drugs training courses internationally. Within the limits of its reach and methodology, it provided a flavour of the differences in approaches used in selected countries and a better idea of how to study and compare training of this [drug abuse, police training, law enforcement]Drug Abuse in Asia 01/01/1986

By CHARAS SUWANWELA, VICHAI POSHYACHINDA

The article focuses on countries and areas of South-East Asia, which are seriously affected by drug abuse and the problems associated with it. [drug abuse, Southeast Asia, Heroin]United Nations Surveys on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems 12/01/2003

By United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

The major goal of the United Nations Surveys on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems is to collect data on the incidence of reported crime and the operations of criminal justice systems with a view to improving the analysis and dissemination of that information globally. [crime prevention, crime patterns, statistics]Trafficking in Human Beings 10/01/2003

By UN Global Programme against Trafficking in Human Beings

Trafficking in human beings is a global issue, but a lack of systematic research means that reliable data on the trafficking of human beings that would allow comparative analyses and the design of countermeasures is scarce. GPAT assists Member States in their efforts to combat trafficking in human [Human Trafficking,Human Rights,Modern Slavery,Sex Trade,Victims of Crime, juvenile crime, child prostitution, violence against women]Strengthening the Rule of Law by an Enhanced Network of Control Measures and Improved Law Enforcement Cooperation and Legislative Review 06/01/2002

By UNODC

The article discusses drug production, trafficking, and use in Southeast Asia. [Drugs and Crimes,Law enforcement,Money laundering,International Issues,Drug trade,Drug trafficking]Regional Drug Control Profile for Southeast Asia and the Pacific 06/01/2002

By UNDCP

[Drugs and Crime]Global Study on Illegal Drugs: the case of Bangkok, Thailand 02/01/2000

By Nualnoi Treerat, Noppanun Wannathepsakul, Daniel Ray Lewis

This article discusses the Amphedamine epidemic taking place in Bangkok,Thailand. [drug trafficking, Juveniles]Triad Drug Treatment Evaluation Project1 12/01/2001

By Bernadette Pelissier, William Rhodes, William Saylor, Gerry Gaes, Scott D. Camp, Suzy D. Vanyur, Sue Wallace

The Bureau of Prisons undertook an evaluation of its residential drug abuse treatment program by assessing the post-release outcomes of inmates who had been released from BOP custody. The evaluation, conducted with funding and assistance from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, reveals that [prison, corrections, inmate drug treatment, ]DEA Congressional Testimony Before the House Government Reform Committee, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources 02/01/2000

By

Chairman Mica and members of the Subcommittee. It is a pleasure for me to appear here today to testify on the narcotics crisis in Colombia. We in DEA believe that the international trafficking organizations based in Colombia who smuggle their illegal drugs into our country pose a formidable challeng [Drugs and Crime]DEA Congressional Testimony – Statement by: Michael S. Vigil Special Agent in Charge, Caribbean Field Division,Drug Enforcement Administration, United States Department of Justice 04/01/2000

By

Mr. Chairman, Members of the Subcommittee: I appreciate the opportunity to appear today to discuss the issue of drug trafficking throughout the Caribbean and specifically, Haiti. I would first like to thank the Subcommittee for its continued support of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and o [Drugs and Crime]DEA Congressional Testimony Before the: House Government Reform Committee, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources 08/01/1999

By William Ledwith

Chairman Mica and members of the Committee. It is a pleasure for me to appear here today to testify on counterdrug issues in Colombia. We believe that the international drug trafficking organizations based in Colombia who smuggle their poison into our country are, indeed, a threat to the national se [Drugs and Crime,Trafficking,Organized Crime,Colombia,Terrorists]The Price Dynamics of Southeast Asian Heroin 02/01/2001

By U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

This report provides an analysis of available data on Opium and Heroin prices in Mainland Southeast Asia. [Drugs and Crime,smuggling]U.S. Chronology of Nuclear Smuggling Incidents, 1993-1996 02/01/2002

By

The following Chronology of Nuclear Smuggling Incidents was an appendix to the March 20 testimony by Director of Central Intelligence John Deutch before the Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee on global proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and illicit trafficking of nuclear material [Drugs and Crime]Drug Offenders in the Global Criminal Justice System 02/01/2002

By Sheryl Van Horne,Graham Farrell

The present work assesses the extent, variation and changes in drug trafficking, drug possession and all drug offences in criminal justice systems around the world between. (excerpted from the Authors) [International Affairs]ONDCP Fact Sheet International Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture 06/01/2003

By Office of National Drug Control Policy

This report details and evaluates international anti-money laundering initiatives, significant enforcement efforts, money laundering trends, and offshore banking centers. [international money laundering,Drugs and Crime,International Issues,]National Drug Control Strategy 2002 04/01/2002

By White House

The goal of the program is to allow students to gain an outstanding educational and work experience within various components of ONDCP. [drugs, drug policy, white house]