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CSD Policy Brief No 49: Media Ownership in Bulgaria: State of Play and Challenges
Transparency of media ownership and media pluralism are directly related to fundamental constitutional principles, rights and freedoms such as independence and freedom of the media, freedom of expression, pluralism of opinions and citizens’ right to information. more »
 
Financing of organised crime
The report Financing of Organised Crime contributes to a better understanding of the financial aspects of organised crime. The analysis explores topics such as the sources and mechanisms for financing organised crime, settlement of payments, access to financing in critical moments, costs of business and the management of profits. more »
 
Model Approach for Investigating the Financing of Organised Crime
The financing of organised crime is a horizontal issue for all criminal markets, although it rarely falls in the focus of law enforcement agencies. The intelligence gathering of law enforcement agencies has traditionally been focused on uncovering the members of crime groups and tracing the illicit goods or services. more »
 
CSD Policy Brief No 48: Anti-corruption measures in law-enforcement institutions
In countries with endemic corruption, integrity reforms can only be successful if anti-corruption institutions succeed in tackling internal corruption challenges. A sharp decline of corruption in law enforcement would provide society with the necessary tools to pursue tangible change. more »
 
CSD Policy Brief No 45: The Management and Disposal of Confiscated Assets in the EU Member States
The disposal of confiscated assets has been so far a neglected topic at the European level, despite its extreme importance for the effectiveness of the overall confiscation system. more »
 
Civil Society Involvement in Drafting, Implementing and Assessing Anticorruption Policies
Cooperation between public institutions and civil society organizations (CSOs) is essential for any successful anticorruption strategy. Strengthening the role of CSOs with regard to anticorruption means thinking in terms of a system - how can a corruption system be broken and how is it possible to develop and improve national and local integrity systems (LIS). more »
 
Disposal of Confiscated Assets in the EU Member States: Laws and Practices
This report analyses laws and practices for the management and disposal of confiscated assets in the European Union. The analysis explores the challenges and best practices of the Member States in this hitherto neglected area and strives to contribute to improvement of the overall effectiveness of the existing confiscation systems. more »
 
Dirty Assets. Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets
Adopting a multi-disciplinary and comparative approach, the book “Dirty Assets. Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets” (eds. King, C. and Walker, C., Aldershot: Ashgate, 2014) focuses on the emerging and innovative aspects of attempts to target the accumulated assets of those engaged in criminal and terrorist activity, organized crime and corruption. more »
 
Addressing the Threat of Fraud and Corruption in Public Procurement: Review of State of the Art Approaches
Public procurement is among the governmental activities most vulnerable to corruption and fraudulent activities. Despite the controls in place, a number of government contracts give rise to errors, anomalies, fraud, misuse of public funds or corruption. The present compilation of selected best practices addresses the threat of fraud and corruption in the area of public procurement. more »
 
Countering police corruption: European perspectives
This publication reviews the policies and institutional mechanisms for countering police corruption in several EU member states. more »
 

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