By Luc Deflo
Commissaris De Decker en zijn staff slagen erin om een bende pedofielen op te sporen. Tijdens een spectaculaire inval wordt het netwerk ontmanteld. Jozef Michiels, babysitter, en man Helmont, leverancier van de 'waar', komen om het leven. Hubert Devroe, de spierbundel van de bende, ontsnapt. Maar als hij de zevenjarige Sylvie Vervoort, de enige nog levende getuige, wil vermoorden, wordt hij gearresteerd.
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Thus trust, as communicated by a good reputation, is a desirable component of a successful illicit career. A police agency is also a trust-based organization in which members build trust by working together in dangerous and even life-threatening circumstances that weed out the untrustworthy. Groups may even develop their own criteria for trust; for example the Australian New South Wales Commonwealth Investigations Branch (CIB) mantra was ‘you never trust a man that doesn’t drink’ (Padraic, 2005, p.
1057/9781137333797 Corruption Corruption by politicians relates to their role as agents of the voting public. They are charged with representing the public in parliamentary bodies and, in the Westminster system, carrying out the executive functions of government as ministers. As such their potential for corruption involves the sale of favours for decisions and patronage. Under a Westminster system the non-ministerial members of parliament have limited power. They may lobby for an idea and vote in parliament but they are not ‘decision-makers’ per se.
1057/9781137333797. 1057/9781137333797 Policing Transnational Organized Crime and Corruption Corruption occurs when a person who is the agent of another person acts in a manner where they place their own interests ahead of those of their principle. Corruption can therefore occur in any circumstance – whether in the public or private sector – where someone acts as the agent of another person or group. However, when we discuss corruption we almost always look at the public sector. In this chapter we concentrate on that sector and, more specifically, corruption by police officers – who have been the most regular targets of corruption inquiries.
Ademloos (Cel 5, Book 2) by Luc Deflo