Intelligence & Organised Crime

N. Gilmour New Zealand Police, nicholas.gilmour@police.gvt.nz As intelligence collection capabilities evolve in line with the increasingly technical nature of international security threats, it is increasingly important for intelligence practitioners to be equipped with a sound ethical framework for managing intelligence¬—especially in...
  • August 29, 2016
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N. Gilmour New Zealand Police, nicholas.gilmour@police.gvt.nz As intelligence collection capabilities evolve in line with the increasingly technical nature of international security threats, it is increasingly important for intelligence practitioners to be equipped with a sound ethical framework for managing intelligence¬—especially in...
  • August 29, 2016
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M.Lauchs Queensland University of Technology, m.lauchs@qut.edu.au The Queensland Government has taken major steps to respond to organised crime in the last seven years, including extensive expansions of legislation and, in 2015-16, two major independent reviews. But it is not clear that...
  • August 29, 2016
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M.Lauchs Queensland University of Technology, m.lauchs@qut.edu.au The Queensland Government has taken major steps to respond to organised crime in the last seven years, including extensive expansions of legislation and, in 2015-16, two major independent reviews. But it is not clear that...
  • August 29, 2016
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Dr Phil Kowalick Adjunct Professor, Queensland University of Technology and Adjunct Senior Lecturer University of New England, Philip.kowalick@bigpond.com Security and terrorism threats are at the forefront of many concerns for Australian society, law enforcement and security agencies. There is no argument...
  • August 29, 2016
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Dr Phil Kowalick Adjunct Professor, Queensland University of Technology and Adjunct Senior Lecturer University of New England, Philip.kowalick@bigpond.com Security and terrorism threats are at the forefront of many concerns for Australian society, law enforcement and security agencies. There is no argument...
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