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  1. Police investigations in “loverboy” cases. The modus operandi of “loverboys” – challenges of law enforcement in dealing with the offence of trafficking in human beings Journal Article
    Körner, Mascha (2022)
    In: Zeitschrift für Polizeiwissenschaft und polizeiliche Praxis, 19(5), pp. 77-91
  2. Human Trafficking - Germany Contribution
    Stamatel, Janet P. (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Examining crime and justice around the world, ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, (Global viewpoints, ), pp. 139-142
  3. Between taxes, criminal law and health care: the fight against illicit tobacco trade in Germany Contribution
    Engelhart, Marc (2021)
    In: Nowak, Celina (Eds.), Combatting illicit trade on the EU border, Springer, Cham, pp. 29-80
  4. The 'rocker' phenomenon in Germany: perceptions and government responses to outlaw bikers in historical perspective Contribution
    Heitmüller, Ulrike ; Lampe, Klaus (2020)
    In: Antonopoulos, Georgios; Harvey, Jackie; Lampe, Klaus; Siegel, Dina; van Duyne, Petrus (Eds.), Criminal defiance in Europe and beyond. From organised crime to crime-terror nexus, Eleven International Publishing, The Hague, pp. 477-503
  5. Twenty-five years of legislation and law enforcement against money laundering in Germany: facts and opinions Contribution
    Hartmann, Arthur (2020)
    In: Antonopoulos, Georgios; Harvey, Jackie; Lampe, Klaus; Siegel, Dina; van Duyne, Petrus (Eds.), Criminal defiance in Europe and beyond. From organised crime to crime-terror nexus, Eleven International Publishing, The Hague, pp. 325-352
  6. Human trafficking – can the German reform address the complexity of the phenomenon? Journal Article
    Beck, Susanne ; Tassis, Melina (2020)
    In: European Criminal Law Review, 10(3), pp. 293-313
  7. The anti-money laundering architecture of Germany Contribution
    Vogel, Benjamin (2020)
    In: Maillart, Jean-Baptiste; Vogel, Benjamin (Eds.), National and international anti-money laundering law. Developing the architecture of criminal justice, regulation and data protection, Intersentia, Cambridge, Antwerp, Chicago
  8. The doctrinal legal debate on article 261 of the German criminal code Contribution
    Zoppei, Verena (2017)
    In: Zoppei, Verena (Eds.), Anti-money laundering law. Socio-legal perspectives on the effectiveness of German practices, Springer, Berlin, (International Criminal Justice Series, volume 12), pp. 85-114
  9. Expanding criminal laws by predating criminal responsibility - punishing planning and organizing terrorist attacks as a means to optimize effectiveness of fighting against terrorism Journal Article
    Wörner, Liane (2012)
    In: German Law Journal, 13(9), pp. 1037-1055
  10. Art forgery and art fraud: forms of organised crime? Contribution
    Kinzig, Jörg (2011)
    In: Spapens, A. (Eds.), Universalis. Liber amicorum Cyrille Fijnaut, Intersentia, Antwerpen, pp. 679-689
  11. Transnational organized crime. The German response Contribution
    Albrecht, Hans-Jörg (2011)
    In: Okubo, Shiro; Shelley, Louise (Eds.), Human security, transnational crime and human trafficking. Asian and Western perspectives, Routledge, New York [u.a.], (Routledge transnational crime and corruption series, 6), pp. 59-80
  12. Can the 2008 framework decision on the fight against organized crime influence German criminal law Journal Article
    Moosa, Amir Makee ; Seesko, Friederike (2010)
    In: German Yearbook of International Law, pp. 993-998
  13. Incommunicado detention in Germany: an example of reactive anti-terror legislation and long-term consequences Journal Article
    Oehmichen, Anna (2008)
    In: German Law Journal, 9(7), pp. 855-888
  14. The ban of right-wing extremist symbols according to section 86a of the German Criminal Code Journal Article
    Stegbauer, Andreas (2007)
    In: German Law Journal, 8(2), pp. 173-184