National Criminal Justice Reference Service - database for criminal justice publications
The website of the Research and Documentation Centre (WODC) of the Dutch Ministry of Justice provides an overview of recent publications in a variety of fields. Organised crime is one of the fields on which the WODC has a wealth of information. Specific search questions regarding literature can be put to the info desk of the documentation department.
Criminology Links (English)
The University of Cambridge has a well-maintained website, which includes a section on organised crime.
The International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (IASOC) is an obvious partner for CIROC. This institute was established in 1984 for the same purpose as CIROC, i.e. to improve the exchange of information about organised crime.
The Corruption List (English)
Interesting background information about corruption can be found on this site
Assessing the State of Organized Crime in Germany (English)
Assesses the state of organized crime in Germany.
Georganiseerde criminaliteit in Duitsland (English)
Klaus von Lampe has a website with information about organised crime in Germany and abroad.
The European Consortium for Political Research created a standing group on organised crime. This standing group has its own website.
The newsletter of the standing group on organised crime of the European Consortium for Political Reseach (ECPR) can be found here.
Australian Institute of Criminology (English)
The AIC Website features papers on organized crime and other criminal justice issues.
Georgian Institute of Legal Reform (English)
The Georgian Institute of Legal Reform in Tblisi (former Soviet republic of Georgia) is a research center which carries out research in the area of organized crime and corruption. It is an affiliate of the Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC) in Washington.
The European Institue for Crime Prevention and Control in Helsinki, Finland, is affiliated with the United Nations. It features material on organized crime.
ICSP Praag (English)
The Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention in Praag is sponsored by te Ministry of Justice of the Tsjech Republic. One of the topics is organised crime.
Max-Planck-Institut Freiburg (Duits)
The Max-Planck-Institute for International Criminal Law in Freiburg, Germany, has conducted several studies on anti-organized-crime-legislation.
Nathanson Center for the Study of Organized Crime and Corruption, a Toronto (Canada) based research institute.
The Transnational Crime and Corruption Center at American University, Washington D.C., investigates transnational crime and corruption, especially in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union where it supports a number of affiliate research centers.
Links about terrorism (English)
Looking for specific information on terrorism? This page contains several links to interesting websites.