Transnational Security Centre

A Coordinated Response to Transnational Crime and Border Security

National borders are frontiers for transnational crime. Stopping the illicit movement of people and goods is a key priority for law enforcement around the world.

Drug trafficking, human trafficking, smuggling of people and illicit goods, cybercrime, migration crime, terrorism, child sexual exploitation, corruption and money laundering threaten our global, national and local security.

Criminals work in increasingly sophisticated networks to harness illicit profits. International law enforcers, including police, immigration officers, border guards and customs officers, can no longer work alone.

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Research

Read about our research in criminal activities and illicit goods movement.

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