The nature and scope of the influence exercised by criminals over local public administration
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- Winter, H., Woestenburg, N., Struiksma, N., Akerboom, C., Boxum, C.
- University Groningen - Pro Facto, WODC
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In recent years there has thus been ample attention focused on the bribing of local adminis-trators and on how criminals attempt to influence local decision-making (processes) by us-ing threats or infiltration. This was, however, mainly based on individual cases and on im-pressions. The nature and scope of the influence exercised by criminals over local public administration has not yet been thoroughly researched.
The central research question in this research is:
What is the nature and scope of the influence exercised over local public admin-istrations for criminal purposes, where are the vulnerabilities, to what extent does the influence have an impact on decision-making (processes) and national security and what measures can be developed or tightened to combat this influence?
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