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Policing 'high tech crime' in the global context: the role of transnational policy networks

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Policing 'high tech crime' in the global context : the role of transnational policy networks. / Norman, Paul.

Crime and the Internet: cybercrimes and cyberfears. ed. / David S. Wall. London : Routledge, 2001. p. 184-194.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Norman, P 2001, Policing 'high tech crime' in the global context: the role of transnational policy networks. in DS Wall (ed.), Crime and the Internet: cybercrimes and cyberfears. Routledge, London, pp. 184-194.

APA

Norman, P. (2001). Policing 'high tech crime' in the global context: the role of transnational policy networks. In D. S. Wall (Ed.), Crime and the Internet: cybercrimes and cyberfears (pp. 184-194). Routledge.

Vancouver

Norman P. Policing 'high tech crime' in the global context: the role of transnational policy networks. In Wall DS, editor, Crime and the Internet: cybercrimes and cyberfears. London: Routledge. 2001. p. 184-194

Author

Norman, Paul. / Policing 'high tech crime' in the global context : the role of transnational policy networks. Crime and the Internet: cybercrimes and cyberfears. editor / David S. Wall. London : Routledge, 2001. pp. 184-194

Bibtex

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