Crime and Criminology

Criminal Justice

Quiz 9 :
International Crime

Quiz 9 :
International Crime

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Genocide is described as:
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E

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'Money laundering' is described as:
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D

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Between 1975 and 1979, the communist Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia killed approximately 1.7 million people through executions, forced labour and starvation.
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True

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What are some reasons that Australia is vulnerable to international crime?
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Identify some of the responses to terrorism that have occurred in Australia since the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre, New York City.
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Discuss the estimates of annual illicit drug production worldwide.
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Discuss the differences between 'people smuggling' and 'people trafficking'.
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Discuss Australia's contributions to the 'export' of crime in the area of child sex tourism and give an example.
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What is 'counterproductive crime prevention'? Discuss unintended consequences of crime prevention.
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What does 'demand reduction' generally refer to? What are some of the strategies used to achieve demand reduction?
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In recent times, Australia has implemented some interesting strategies to address money laundering.Briefly discuss these strategies.
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