Using public-private partnerships to fight organized crime

Using public-private partnerships to fight organized crime

There’s a saying in law enforcement circles about what it takes to fight transnational organized crime: It takes a network to fight a network.

Traditionally, that has meant international law enforcement cooperation – fighting organized crime by encouraging investigators, police and prosecutors from different nations to work together, forming what Anne-Marie Slaughter calls ‘transgovernmental networks’. Increasingly, though, there’s a recognition that these networks need to reach beyond the public sector, into the private sector as well...

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Do No Crime - watch a panel discussion at United Nations headquarters

Do No Crime - watch a panel discussion at United Nations headquarters

Slavery persists. How can we fight it? Talking with Julie Rose on BYU Radio

Slavery persists. How can we fight it? Talking with Julie Rose on BYU Radio