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“Gewapend bestuur” in België : de nood aan een degelijk juridisch kader

Audry Delvaux (UGent)
(2018) PANOPTICON. 39(4). p.326-349
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The waiting game seems to be over concerning the administrative approach of (organized) crime. The media has been reporting once about “the administrative approach”, then about “the armed administration”. This contribution discusses the terminological distinction between both concepts. It can be stated that “armed administration” has to be considered as a part of “the administrative approach”; enabling administrative authorities to take action – on the basis of judicial information where they generally don’t have access to – to avoid that a criminal entity would misuse legal instruments. The information flow between judicial and administrative authorities plays a key role, but an analysis of the current legislation underlines the rather inadequate juridical framework of this. Zooming in on the Dutch system highlights the shortcomings in the Belgian legislation, but constitutes at the same time a source of inspiration. The question is whether or not the draft law “local administrative approach” – adopted on the 22nd of June 2018 – can provide the solution.
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bestuurlijke handhaving van (georganiseerde) criminaliteit, gewapend bestuur, gerechtelijke informatiedoorstroming

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Delvaux, Audry. “‘Gewapend Bestuur’ in België : De Nood Aan Een Degelijk Juridisch Kader.” PANOPTICON 39.4 (2018): 326–349. Print.
APA
Delvaux, A. (2018). “Gewapend bestuur” in België : de nood aan een degelijk juridisch kader. PANOPTICON, 39(4), 326–349.
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Delvaux, Audry. 2018. “‘Gewapend Bestuur’ in België : De Nood Aan Een Degelijk Juridisch Kader.” Panopticon 39 (4): 326–349.
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Delvaux, Audry. 2018. “‘Gewapend Bestuur’ in België : De Nood Aan Een Degelijk Juridisch Kader.” Panopticon 39 (4): 326–349.
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Delvaux A. “Gewapend bestuur” in België : de nood aan een degelijk juridisch kader. PANOPTICON. 2018;39(4):326–49.
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A. Delvaux, “‘Gewapend bestuur’ in België : de nood aan een degelijk juridisch kader,” PANOPTICON, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 326–349, 2018.
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