Deals with the impact of anti‐terrorism initiatives on the operational areas of investigation and enforcement. Focuses first on investigation powers, such as power to restrain terrorist property, obtain a search warrant, require production and access to particular material and an explanation, require a financial institution provide customer information, monitor accounts, and assessment. Moves on to terrorist finance‐related offences, according to the Terrorism Act 2000 Part III, and mutual legal assistance; measuring success by the cost of mounting a terrorist campaign, and the impact of measures against terrorist finance; culture, including organisational culture and Special Branch culture; organisational structures, including cultural change, organisational change for intelligence gathering, disruption of illegal activity short of arrest, arrest and prosecution, and the impact of human rights legislation; resource management, ie staff dedicated to terrorist finance issues and a formal structure for dealing with it; and international cooperation after September 11.
(2003), "Part 7: Investigation and enforcement (Sub‐group 3: Implications of investigations and enforcement: international cooperation aspects)", Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol. 6 No. 3, pp. 269-288. https://doi.org/10.1108/13685200310809608Download as .RIS
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