Programmes loitering with intent.
Alfie asks if all crime should be reported and investigated and gets a surprising response
Jake Wallis Simons examines the workings of the global police organisation Interpol.
Thieves bluff their way into a Boston museum, stealing art worth around $500 million
How far should undercover police be allowed to go to gather intelligence?
Joshua Rozenberg examines new medical insights into the criminal mind.
Are police doing enough to tackle corruption in their ranks? Allan Urry investigates.
1/3 Laurie Taylor explores white collar crime. What exactly is it, who commits it and why?
Michael Feydeau and David Pershore recall some 1960s cunning villainy.
In Oct 1964 cat-burglars carried out one of the most audacious jewel robberies ever
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss Dennis Potter's television series The Singing Detective.
How policeman James Bannon became a hooligan to infiltrate a notorious 1980s football gang
Philip Dodd explores 18th-century attitudes to the law, crime and punishment.