Global Financial Crime and Transnational Organized Crime


8. Skillicorn, DB, Leuprecht, C1 and Green, A. Leveraging Police Incident Data for Intelligence-Led Policing. Global Crime. Special Issue on Illicit Network. SJR = Q1


7. O’Halloran, P.J., Leuprecht, C., Ghanbapour-Dizboni, A., Green, A.,and Adelstein, D. 2018. The terrorist resourcing model applied to Canada. Journal of Money Laundering Control. 21(1): 33-46.
37. Leuprecht, C. and Walther, O2. Terrorist Financing: Transnational Networks. In The Palgrave Handbook on Criminal and Terrorist Financing Law. Eds. Clive Walker, Colin King and Jimmy Gurule. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 945-966.

2017 6. Leuprecht, C, Walther, O2, Skillicorn, DB1, and Ryde-Collins, H. Hezbollah’s Global Tentatcles: A relational approach to convergence with transnational organized crime. Terrorism and Political Violence Terrorism and Political Violence 29(5): 902-921 SJR = Q1

5. Leuprecht, C, Aulthouse, A and Walther, O2. 2016. The puzzling resilience of transnational organized criminal networks. Police Practice & Research 17(4): 376-387. Special Issue on Policing Drug Markets, eds. Christopher Birkbeck and Eduardo PaesMachado. SJR = Q1

4. Leuprecht, C. Smoking Gun: Strategic containment of contraband tobacco and cigarette trafficking in Canada. Ottawa: Macdonald Laurier Institute.

2015 3. Leuprecht, C. Borders & Security. In Countering Transnational Crime. Eds. William Mendel and Peter McCabe. AFB MacDill, FL: Joint Special Operations University Press, chapter 9, pp. 131-146.

2. Hataley, T1and Leuprecht, C. Organized Crime Beyond the Border. Ottawa: Macdonald-Laurier Institute, National Security Strategy for Canada Series, no. 5.

1. Norton, S3 and Leuprecht, C. Canadian Extremist Crime Database: Methodological Primer. Ottawa: Defence Research and Development Canada, Centre for Security Science, Technical Memorandum 2013-004.