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Kidnap for ransom in South East Asia: the case for a regional recording standard

By MK Noor-Mohamed
Publisher: School of Justice, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:irep.ntu.ac.uk:8870

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  1. Hong Kong has adopted the UK judicial system since the 19th centaury, the power of the Hong Kong Police is therefore very similar to those in Commonwealth countries.
  2. Organized Crime In The City Of Chennai Professor R. Thilagaraj, doi
  3. The above diagram clearly depicts the structure of the senior management of the Hong Kong Police.
  4. The Hong Kong Police is aware that HK triad members have links with criminals in Asia and Europe. However, actions against triads in the past were mainly conducted on a case (d)
  5. Triad Societies in Hong Kong are secret illegal organizations which engage in all kinds of illegal activities for profit and they thrive on fear and/or corruption.
  6. With the continuing spread of global unification, international co-operations are imperative in fighting cross-border and cross country triad activities. In this sense, the Hong Kong Police has established the following approaches:

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