Тhe role of Interpol dealing with crime and terrorism

Stojanovski, Saso and Dojcinovski, Metodija and Stefanova, Biljana (2016) Тhe role of Interpol dealing with crime and terrorism. АArchibald reiss days.


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Historically, crime dates back to the origin of civilization itself and in that regard there is no period in the human existence in which the crime was unknown. With the development of modern society the crime gets its new forms and organization which makes it particularly dangerous for the state systems. Organized crime in it’s various forms, particularly terrorism as the most dangerous form of violence, represent a threat which can cause enormous human and material consequences. Namely its influence can be noticed in further social development both nationally and internationally. Regarding the fact that crime does not know boundaries and does not recognize and respect the legal rules and regulations, joining efforts in dealing with it should be aimed at its obstruction, reduction and prevention. To achieve these goals at national, regional and international level, special police and judicial prosecutorial units are formed, numerous conventions, protocols, resolutions and recommendations are brought and adopted, national with international legal acts are recon ciliated, and new instruments are created. Despite all efforts that appear by the participants in the process, it can be concluded that the expected results are not at the desired level. Interpol has a particularly important role in dealing with the crime, and particularly pays attention to organized crime and terrorism which are qualified as the most dangerous forms of international crime. The main instrument for its obstruction and prevention consists securing and enabling continuous cooperation between Member States.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Law
Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Military Academy
Depositing User: Metodija Dojcinovski
Date Deposited: 19 Feb 2018 11:42
Last Modified: 19 Feb 2018 11:42
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/19549

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