Julie Ayling


Going Dutch? Comparing approaches to preventing organised crime in Australia and the Netherlands

Abstract This article contributes to the growing literature on organised crime prevention by examining the approaches of two countries, Australia and the Netherlands. In many respects these countries are similar. They also have many organised crime problems in common. But their responses to those problems...

Capturing “organised crime” in Australian law

This paper summarises scholarly approaches to the concept of organised crime, noting that such perspectives reflect the dominant sociohistorical discourses pertaining to each proposed model. The paper then examines current Australian legislative initiatives on thwarting organized crime – in particular, outlaw motorcycle gangs – querying...