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International police cooperation
Polukarov A.V., Sukharenko A.N. - Russian-Abkhaz Сooperation in the Fight Against Transnational Organized Crime and Corruption pp. 53-58


Abstract: The article focuses on the legal and institutional order on the Russian-Abkhaz cooperation in the fight against transnational organized crime and corruption. The article notes that organized crime is one of the strategic threats to the national security of Russia. That is why international cooperation in combating it is a foreign policy priority of our country. This article contains an analysis of certain provisions of the Treaty between Russia and Abkhazia "About Alliance and strategic partnership", which was ratified in 2015 and also signed in the same year of the Treaty "On mutual legal assistance in criminal matters". Special attention is paid to the issues of bilateral police cooperation in the fight against organized crime and corruption.The methodological basis for the article was formed by the current achievements of the theory of knowledge. In the process of the study were used General philosophical, theoretical, General philosophical methods (dialectics, systemic method, analysis, synthesis, analogy, deduction, observation, modeling), traditionally legal methods (formal logical), and the methods used in specific sociological studies (statistical, expert evaluation, etc.).The main conclusion drawn from the results of the study, is that at the present time, for law enforcement it is necessary to improve forms and methods of combating corruption. The main contribution made by the authors in this article is the necessity of developing international cooperation in the sphere of fighting corruption. The novelty of the article lies in development of proposals for the development of forms and methods of regulation of countering corruption.
Olimpiev A.Y., Admiralova I.A. - Legal regulation of the OSCE activities in the enhancement of combating human trafficking on the international level pp. 77-84


Abstract: The article reveals the aims and functions of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, devoted to prevention of human trafficking on the international level. The author studies the work of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for combating trafficking in human beings. It is stated in the article that the OSCE actively contributes to combating trafficking in human beings, which is at the same time a violation of human rights and a crime. This work is reflected in various political commitments. The commitments acknowledging the member-states' responsibility for combating human trafficking, and stating particular problems for the OSCE institutes, structures and bodies, are basic for the solution of this problem. The methodological base of the article contains the most up-to-date achievements of epistemology. The author uses general philosophical, theoretical methods (dialectics, system approach, analysis, synthesis, analogy, deduction, observation, modeling), traditional juridical methods (formal logical method), and methods, applied at specific sociological research (statistical method, expert evaluation, etc). 
Damirchiev E.I. - Basic Trends in Practical Activities Conducted by European Police Office (Europol) in the Sphere of Crime Prevention pp. 135-160
Abstract: The article is devoted to European Police Office (Europol) and their activities in the sphere of crime prevention in the territory of the European Union. Integration of different countries into the European Union has allowed not only to expand  the domestic market but also to eliminate the borders of criminal space. Special attention is paid at the legal grounds of formation and functioning of Europol and practical aspects of interaction with other law enforcement agencies and governmental bodies of the European Union. Each country has a national department linked with Europol which allows to create a unified information network between countries. The heart of Europol is its informatino system which includes analysis cells and strict procedures for information search. By terminting borders between the member states, European Union has allowed to expand the territory of crime but creation of effective European Police Office has proved that the EU is capable of maintaining legal order and security in the countries. 
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