Latest edition of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin is out!

The latest edition of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, Issue Nr. 19 of Winter/Spring 2020, is now fully published and available for download.

This issue includes a conference address from the Executive Director of Europol, Ms Catherine de Bolle, underlying the importance the development of stronger ties between the law enforcement and academic communities.

Furthermore, in this issue we cover orginial research articles on trust-building strategies, the use of social media in community-policing environments, a study about associations of gay and lesbian in Europe and an empirical look on smuggling of endangered animals and plants.

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