Department of Law – Organized Crime

Department of Law - Organized Crime

Organized crime has become a major concern, and it seems to be on the rise. Organized crime networks are multibillion-dollar industries, have connections around the world, and their activities may not be clear to the general public, so we designed this program that looks at the nature and causes of established and emerging organized and emerging organized criminal groups and activities, global and contemporary issues such as human trafficking, drug trafficking, arms smuggling, money laundering, corruption, etc… The focus will be on the networks of criminals involved in these crimes, their ability to move between territories, and the factors that facilitate and shape crime. You can enhance your knowledge and career prospects with this program that will provide you with unique topics.
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who should attend?

This program is suitable:
– For those wishing to obtain employment opportunities in private or public organizations specialized in this field
– For those who have a passion for combating crimes and want real support in this area
– For all those working in this field who are willing to hone and develop their skills, and to see everything that is new in the world of combating organized crime.


The program aims to:
– Providing full knowledge of criminal structures and illegal activities
– Knowledge of international legal frameworks to address organized crime
– Develop thinking of solutions to address crime on the basis of theoretical and evidence-based foundations
– Raising the ability to analyze and classify the phenomenon of organized crime
– A critical assessment of the credibility and reliability of data on organized crime
– Providing knowledge of common forms of organized crime and emerging new forms
– Dealing with complex issues systematically and creatively



Course overview:

1. The impact of crime on a global and local organization

2. Analysis of organized crime infiltration and identification of tools and skills

3. Airport interception and risk assessment techniques

4. Interview and search for people

5. Drug investigation

6. Money laundering and financial crimes

7. Human trafficking

8. Smuggling migrants

9- Examination of security documents

10. How organized crime organizations communicate

11. Measures to deter criminal activities

Looking for higher education, at the postgraduate level (Master’s, Professional Doctorate) ?