• PREFACE
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • PART 1: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
  • 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY
  • 2.BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY – EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORKS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME
  • 2.1. ...
  • 3. METHODOLOGY
  • 3.1. ...
  • PART 2: NATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW TOOLS USED IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME
  • 4. MAPPING AND TRANSPOSITION ASSESSMENT OF MS LEGISLATION WITH REFERENCE TO FRAMEWORK DECISION 2008/841/JHA
  • 4.1. ...
  • 5. FURTHER/ALTERNATIVE CRIMINAL LAW TOOLS TO FIGHT ORGANISED CRIME
  • 5.1. ...
  • 6. IMPLEMENTATION OF LAWS RELATING TO PARTICIPATION IN A CRIMINAL ORGANISATION
  • 6.1. ...
  • PART 3: LEGAL AND INVESTIGATIVE TOOLS
  • 7. LEGAL AND INVESTIGATIVE TOOLS
  • 7.1. ...
  • PART 4: NATIONAL SPECIALISED JUDICIAL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES INVOLVED IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME
  • 8. AN OVERVIEW OF NATIONAL SPECIALISED JUDICIAL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, PROMISING PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES
  • 8.1. ...
  • PART 5: CASE STUDIES
  • 9. THE ITALIAN CASE STUDY
  • 9.1. ...
  • 10. UK CASE STUDY
  • 10.1. ...
  • PART 6: CONCLUSIONS
  • 11. CONCLUSIONS
  • 11.1. ...
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX A: LEGAL SOURCES
  • APPENDIX B: MAIN NATIONAL SPECIALIST AGENCIES OPERATING IN THE FIELD OF ORGANISED CRIME
  • APPENDIX C: INTERVIEWEES FOR UK CASE STUDY