The Review – EROC

ISSN 2312-1653
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Editorial
Editorial

 Felia Allum, Anita Lavorgna, Yuliya Zabyelina
3  1

Original article
Organised Crime in the European Union and the Concept of “Technological Zones”

 Martin O’Brien, Sue Penna
3  1

Practitioner’s insight
Battling Organized Crime through Networked Partnerships in the Netherlands: Successes and Challenges

 Peter Klerks
3  1

Debate
The Alien Conspiracy Theory: aka The Elephant in the Front Parlor

 Dwight C. Smith, Jr.
3  1

Practitioner’s insight
What are the Barriers to Gathering and Sharing Organised Crime Intelligence: An Australian Perspective

 Claire Rickards
3  1

Obituary
Obituary for John Benyon (1951-2016)

 Bill Tupman
3  1

Editorial
Special Issue – Space Oddity? Exploring Organised Crime Ventures in Cyber Space

 Helena Carrapico (Aston University) and Anita Lavorgna (University of Southampton)
2  2

Original article
Proactive Undercover Policing and Sexual Crimes against Children on the Internet

 Trine Thygesen Vendius (University of Copenhagen)
2  2

Original article
Dealer, Hacker, Lawyer, Spy. Modern Techniques and Legal Boundaries of Counter-cybercrime Operations

 Kamil Bojarski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
2  2

Original article
Cyber Crime and National Security: A New Zealand Perspective

 Sophie Victoria Ann Richardson and Nicholas Gilmour (Massey University)
2  2

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