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Police Service of Northern Ireland, An Garda Siochana. (2014) Cross border organised crime assessment 2014. Belfast and Dublin: Department of Justice and Department of Justice and Equality.

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Cross border cooperation between law enforcement agencies (of Ireland and Northern Ireland) continues to play a key role in our fight against organised crime groups who cause harm to communities on both sides of the border. Organised crime groups often operate on a cross border basis, by disregarding the border or by using it to facilitate criminality. Consequently, it is essential that authorities on both sides of the border cooperate together and with other law enforcement agencies in order to thwart the threat posed by these groups.

• Introduction p.8
• Alcohol fraud p.10
• Cash-in-transit robbery, Tiger kidnap, ATM attacks and large scale thefts p.12
• Cybercrime p.14
• Drugs p.16
• Intellectual property crime p.24
• Money laundering and fraud p.26
• Oils fraud p.29
• Organised immigration crime and human exploitation p.32
• Tobacco fraud p.35
• Vehicle crime p.37


Date:October 2014
Pages:42 p.
Publisher:Department of Justice and Department of Justice and Equality
Corporate Creators:Police Service of Northern Ireland, An Garda Siochana
Place of Publication:Belfast and Dublin
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Accession Number:HRB (Electronic Only)
Subjects:B Substances > Alcohol
MM-MO Crime and law > Organised crime
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime > Substance related crime
MM-MO Crime and law > Crime prevention
MM-MO Crime and law > Law enforcement and the justice system
MM-MO Crime and law > Justice system > Law enforcement agency
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
VA Geographic area > Europe > Northern Ireland

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