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Transnational Investigation of Transnational Organised Crime: Towards a glocal willing and able police.

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posted on 2021-01-08, 22:36 authored by Richard SevernsRichard Severns, Craig Paterson, Sou Brogan
Analysis based on semi structured interviews with police participants involved in transnational policing.


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  • United Kingdom

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  • Higher Education Lecturer

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Sheffield Hallam University

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Ethical approval was granted by Sheffield Hallam University Research Ethics Committee chaired by Professor Ann Macaskill (please see ER12118369 refers. All participants in the research gave written consent.

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I have been made aware of some minor spelling and grammatical errors which I will amend. I have also been informed that the first two lines of arrows in my diagram would be better in circular form similar to a problem solving cycle, which in fact it is a version of. Does anyone else have a view on this?

This paper has now been amended to iron out the errors previously commented on and to update the diagram. Further feedback is still welcome. Thanks.