This session will explore the nuances which permeate the globalisation of organised crime.  It will also consider the definitional ambiguities of the phenomenon as well as examine theoretical underpinnings that are of relevance to transnational organised crime. 

Join guest speaker, Dr. Mohammed Rahman, on Monday 29 June from 12:00-13:00 as he discusses the nuances which permeate the globalisation of organised crime.  It will also consider the definitional ambiguities of the phenomenon as well as examine theoretical underpinnings that are of relevance to transnational organised crime. 


 

Dr Mohammed Rahman is a Senior Lecturer at Birmingham City University.  As a criminologist, his work primarily concerns serious and organised crime.  He has used his teaching and research experiences to inform the public and international press about crime, harm and crime control.  Dr Rahman is the author of Homicide and Organised Crime: Ethnographic Narratives of Violence in the Criminal Underworld (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019) and co-author of Preventing Sexual Harm: Positive Criminology and Sexual Abuse (Routledge 2020).

Arden University Webinar Guest Speaker Dr Mohammed Rahman

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