Organised crime and other forms of economic and serious crime are likely to remain priority concerns of European societies for the foreseeable future. As the nature of crime changes, policies against crime will need to adjust. This situation report indicates new and emerging threats and priority issues of concern and aims to help policy makers in Europe make more informed décisions on anti-crime strategies.The publication provides an overview of the organised crime situation in Europe in 2004. A topical chapter is dedicated to the challenge of cybercrime with a detailed analysis of different forms of cybercrime, its links to organised crime and terrorism, and its impact on societies.
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Organised crime in Europe: the threat of cybercrime - Situation report 2004