#13 Partners in Crime: The Risk of Symbiosis between the Security Sector and Organized Crime in Southeast Europe Cover Image

#13 Partners in Crime: The Risk of Symbiosis between the Security Sector and Organized Crime in Southeast Europe
#13 Partners in Crime: The Risk of Symbiosis between the Security Sector and Organized Crime in Southeast Europe

Author(s): Center for the Study of Democracy CSD
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Politics, Social Sciences, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Criminal Law, Sociology, Security and defense, Applied Sociology, Evaluation research, Criminology, Studies in violence and power
Published by: Център за изследване на демокрацията
Summary/Abstract: The penetration of the organized crime into the security sectors of the countries in transition is one of the darkest aspects of the post-communist transformations of states. During the past 15 years the growing impact and influence of organized criminal groups was felt not only in the countries in transition but also in the European Union. This process was facilitated by the increasingly free movement of people, goods and finances around Europe. The report is a necessary contribution to heightening public awareness of the considerable risks arising from criminal partnership within the security sector in Bulgaria and the Western Balkans and the need for measures to counteract and prevent it.

  • Print-ISBN-10: 954-477-115-8
  • Page Count: 98
  • Publication Year: 2004
  • Language: English