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Readership: Police officers, investigators and enforcement officers employed by public bodies. Also prosecutors, private practice lawyers and police studies students.
Clive Harfield, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Wollongong and former Deputy Director for the John Grieve Centre for Policing & Community Safety, London Metropolitan University, and Karen Harfield, Executive Director of Performance and Stakeholder Relations at the Australian Crime Commission
Clive Harfield is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Wollongong, NSW. He previously served with the National Crime Squad and as a Detective Inspector and BCU Intelligence and Covert Operations Manager for Warwickshire Police.
Karen Harfield is the Executive Director of Performance and Stakeholder Relations at the Australian Crime Commission (ACC). She joined the ACC in 2008. Ms Harfield began her policing career in 1992 and progressed through a range of roles to Chief Superintendent with Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary. Other roles have included Detective Chief Inspector with the National Crime Squad, Director of Intelligence with Warwickshire Police and Senior Investigating Officer for homicide and specialist covert investigations. In 2000, she was selected to attend the US Government International Visitors Program. For more than 60 years, the International Visitors Program has brought foreign leaders and specialists to the United States for firsthand exposure to their professional
counterparts and US society. The emphasis of the program is to increase mutual understanding through communication at the personal and professional levels.
"In all, this book is very thorough and an increasingly important topic, covert investigation abroad, is to be found in chapter 10." - Sally Ramage, The Criminal Lawyer
1: Covert investigation in context
2: Directed surveillance
3: Intrusive surveillance
4: Interference with property or wireless telegraphy and entry onto land
5: Covert investigation and computers
6: Examining mobile phones
7: Communications data
8: Interception of communications
9: Covert human intelligence sources
10: Covert investigation abroad
11: Risk management
A: Covert Surveillance and Property Interference: Revised Code of Practice
B: Investigation of Protected Electronic Information Code of Practice
C: Acquisition and Disclosure of Communications Data Code of Practice
D: Interception of Communications Code of Practice
E: Covert Human Intelligence Sources Code of Practice