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Abstract

This chapter concludes the analysis of the Australian national jurisdiction presenting the final case study — that of the Australian Federal Police (AFP). It explores the AFP’s application of strategic transnational organized crime (TOC) intelligence through a detailed analysis of its corporate documents, organizational doctrine and intelligence reports, as well as data collected through semi-structured, in-depth, qualitative interviews. In doing so it provides a detailed analysis of the AFP’s conception and application of intelligence and its relationship with TOC decision-making, revealing that the strategic intelligence theories currently contained within the literature do not adequately address the complexities of strategic TOC intelligence and decisionmaking processes within the AFP.

Keywords

Human Security Transnational Organize Crime Australian Capital Territory Corporate Document Intelligence Product 
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© John Coyne and Peter Bell 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Strategic Intelligence ServicesAustralian Federal Police (AFP)CanberraAustralia
  2. 2.School of Criminology & Criminal JusticeGriffith UniversityQueenslandAustralia

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