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Statistical analysis of organized crime in France
Episode 2710th December 2021 • OC24 Podcast • Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
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In this session, Amandine Sourd will discuss the limitations surrounding the production of statistical data on victims and perpetrators of human trafficking through administrative and civil society sources, which underpins the need for diversifying data to find further insights into criminal phenomena. Following this intervention, Alexis Gerbeaux will present the outcomes of a study that explored the evolution of the number and profile of drug use and trafficking offenders. This session will conclude with a presentation by Zoé Gallos who will discuss the rising notoriety of ransomware attacks and trends within the phenomena that continue to shape police procedural responses in France.

A talk by Helena Farrand Carrapico, Zoé Gallos, Alexis Gerbeaux and Amandine Sourd

Northumbria University, French Home Office, SSMSI/Ministry of Interior



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