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The aim of this report was to identify the crime risks which will arise between 2007-09 out of the environment in which Australians use information and communications technologies.
The aim of this report was to identify the crime risks which will arise over the...
Transnational crime constitutes a challenge for even the most advanced industrial nations. The Pacific Islands are culturally, educationally and socially diverse, geographically isolated and sparsely populated. There is a degree of heterogeneity in their respective levels of governance, corruption and law enforcement capacity. Economic weaknesses...
While opportunistic crime in Australia's fishing industry has existed for a long time, there is increasing concern about illegal activity. High-value, low-volume fish products (such as abalone, shark fin and seahorse) are vulnerable to organised criminal exploitation. Without adequate controls, the viability of stocks (and...