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Forms of International Police Co-Operation in the Terms of Transition in the Western Balkans
Forms of International Police Co-Operation in the Terms of Transition in the Western Balkans

Author(s): Dragan Đukanović, Zvonimir Ivanovic, Sergej Uljanov
Subject(s): Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, International relations/trade, Security and defense, Criminology
Published by: Institut za uporedno pravo
Keywords: transitional processes; police co-operation; trafficking in human beings; child sexual abuse; INTERPOL; EUROPOL; cyber child pornography
Summary/Abstract: In this paper authors are trying to present transitional problems and boosts in the international police cooperation. In this endeavor they are giving at large presentations of key figures in this field, as like INTERPOL, EUROPOL, SECI center with a specific connection in two specific areas. Those are trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children, especially in the field of abusing internet resources. With representation of resources of mentioned organizations, and their special forces in the named field, the authors are trying to connect some loose ends, existing in our courtyard displayed in the Serbian legislation in the matter. In this project they are giving some directions presented by key organizations in the field, and what is very interesting the one can see the discrepancies in acting by this directions. The bottom line is that we have to engage much more action in reflecting these directions, and to become one working wheel in this type of the machine for combating the crime.

  • Page Range: 315-336
  • Page Count: 22
  • Publication Year: 2009
  • Language: English