An approach to organized crime in three experimental gardens

An approach to organized crime in three experimental gardens

first findings (full text available only in Dutch)

Summary

Experimental gardens are learning environments aimed at intelligence gathering, in which the Public Prosecution Service and the police not only conduct investigations with the aid of innovative investigative methods, but in the combat against a particular criminal issue also involve other partners, such as local government, providers and electricity companies. In this coordinating report, the experiences are compiled from the three experimental gardens (child pornography, human trafficking, and hemp cultivation) and a proposal is presented for the second phase of the evaluation.

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Author(s):
Flight, S., Bogaerts, S., Korf, D., Siegel, D.
Organization(s):
WODC, Intervict, University of Amsterdam, Criminological Institute Bonger, Vrije Universiteit, Faculty of Law
Place of publication:
The Hague
Publisher:
WODC
Year of publication:
2010
Series:
Cahiers 2010-12

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