Jessica Jahn is an Associate of the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform. She holds a postgraduate degree in criminal justice policy (MSc Distinction, LSE), for which she studied international cooperation to combat cybercrime. Jessica has worked on projects in Canada and abroad on maritime security, penal policy, organized crime, access to justice, and the prevention of violent extremism. At present, she is based in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Implementation and Impact in Canada of the United Nat...
Published on: March 17, 2022
The present report contains Canadian civil society’s responses to the relevant self-assessment questions for Cluster I of the UNTOC Review Mechanism to support the Government of Canada in completing and submitting its questionnaire to the...
The Future of International Cooperation Against Transnati...
Published on: October 20, 2021
Success in addressing transnational organized crime hinges on multilateral cooperation. However, existing cooperation regimes are ineffective at countering the rapid changes in the organized crime landscape and countries increasingly tend to turn to national solutions....
The Fragility of a Culture of Lawfulness
Published on: January 1, 2018
The concept of a culture of lawfulness is appealing for its aspirational and open-ended nature. However, the concept still has to prove itself as a concrete basis for action. The article argues that the practical...