Organised crime in ports and the isps code: where to now?

Martin, Timothy A. 2012, Organised crime in ports and the isps code: where to now?, Strategic insights, no. 40, pp. 4-8.

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Title Organised crime in ports and the isps code: where to now?
Author(s) Martin, Timothy A.
Journal name Strategic insights
Issue number 40
Start page 4
End page 8
Total pages 5
Publisher Risk Intelligence
Place of publication [Vedbaek, Denmark]
Publication date 2012-06
Keyword(s) Maritime security
Summary In a previous Strategic Insights article [issue no.31, March 2011]  there was a focus on increasing use of maritime shipping containers by drug traffickers pointing to their use as a transport method. This raised the quetion of the extent to which counterterrorism efforts that have raised security levels in ports, as part of a general heightening of security levels. This article questions whether current counterterrorism arrangements on the landside of ports can be effective tools against the presence of organised crime.
Language eng
Field of Research 160206 Private Policing and Security Services
Socio Economic Objective 810107 National Security
HERDC Research category C3 Non-refereed articles in a professional journal
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