Economics and Finance


The Hellenic Internal Security System in Combating Organized Crime. the Case of the Hellenic Coast Guard

Authors: Tryfon KORONTZIS

Organized crime has a global character and is one of the most serious threats in the modern societies for decades. This phenomenon because of the characteristics that govern modern societies and economies, namely globalization, transnational flows, reduction of distances due to the technology evolution has taken international dimensions. These evolutions help the development of international profitable illegal activities. Organized Criminal Groups (OCG) are operating simultaneously in more than one countries internationalizing with that way crime, making difficult and painful its effective and comprehensive combat. Besides the international character of modern organized crime, an additional problem is the modernization of mode and methods of action that are used by criminal groups.

Comments: 27 Pages. Published in The Hellenic Open Business Administration Journal;

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