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Since being established in 1966, Nyman Gibson Miralis has earned a reputation as a leading criminal defence law firm in Australia and globally. We are…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 21 Feb 2024

The AFP’s vision for federal policing to 2030 and beyond

Since being formed in 1979, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) has continued to evolve. The AFP of today protects Australians from a wide range of…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 8 Feb 2024

Unveiling Australia’s criminal landscape: Insights from the AFP’s Federal Crime Threat Picture

Australia’s general level of wealth, compounded by technological, economic, and geopolitical factors, contribute to Australia being an attractive…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 7 Feb 2024

Beyond borders: The AFP’s strategic approach to international law enforcement

In an increasingly interconnected world where criminal activities transcend Borders, the role of law enforcement agencies extends far beyond domestic…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 30 Jan 2024

How much cash is used to facilitate shadow economy activities?

While banknotes are used daily to make legitimate payments, they can also be used to facilitate transactions in the “shadow economy”. In a recent…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 16 Jan 2024

Factors considered by INTERPOL when reviewing requests to delete data from its files

The Commission for the Control of Interpol’s files (CCF) publishes decision excerpts online, providing useful insight into the matters that the CCF…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 16 Jan 2024

Recent cases of INTERPOL reviewing requests to delete Red Notices

The Commission for the Control of Interpol’s files (CCF) publishes decision excerpts online, providing useful insight into the matters that the CCF…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 10 Jan 2024

How malicious actors are abusing AI to commit crimes

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers unparalleled applications for efficiency and autonomy. However…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 10 Jan 2024

How may criminal abuse of AI evolve in the future?

A recent report by Europol, Trend Micro, and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute explores the Malicious Uses and…
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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Australia | 5 Jan 2024

Anti-Money Laundering: Australia

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Nyman Gibson Miralis | Global | 21 Dec 2023

Delivering Better Together: Unveiling the ICC’s 2023 Office of the Prosecutor Annual Report

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has published the 2023 edition of the Office of the Prosecutor Annual Report: “Delivering Better Together”…
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