The Law in Undercover Policing: A Comparative Study of Entrapment and Covert Interviewing in Australia, Europe and Canada
This article explores from a comparative perspective some of the legal, evidential and procedural issues raised by undercover policing. It focuses on two of the more common, yet legally problematic, techniques of covert investigation: namely entrapment and covert interviewing. The comparison draws on legal developments in Australia, Canada and Europe.
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