TitleWhat are the lessons that can be learned from Turkey's transnational operational police cooperation experiences?
NameOrs, Huseyin (author), Samuels, Norman (chair), Finckenauer, James (internal member), Sullivan, Mercer (internal member), Langhorne, Richard (internal member), Rutgers University, Graduate School - Newark,
Police administration--Turkey--International cooperation
DescriptionAlthough transnational organized crime and terrorism are not new, they are becoming increasingly intersected. Their combined activities threaten today‘s globalized world, making police collaboration across national borders more crucial than ever. As a consequence, bilateral and multilateral collaborations among national law enforcement agencies are increasing, and multinational police organizations are expanding their operations in order to cope more effectively with transnational crimes and terror. This dissertation explores the parameters of operational police cooperation across borders, by examining Turkey‘s policing relationships with other states as well as with international police cooperation organizations. Understanding how trans-border police cooperation works in practice, including what enhances or hinders such cooperation at the grassroots level, is the main objective of this study. The research methodology involved interviews with police professionals who had working experiences in these areas.
NoteIncludes bibliographical references
Noteby Huseyin Ors
CollectionGraduate School - Newark Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Organization NameRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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