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Research Interests: Transnational Organized Crime, maritime security, cyber security, regional security, small state issues and international regimes.

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Floyd Levi

Floyd Levi is currently pursuing a PhD in International Relations at the University of the West Indies, where he is researching factors influencing Transnational Organized Crimes in Guyana.

Floyd is an Information Technology Specialist with the Inter-American Development Bank funded Citizen Security Programme where he is responsible for managing the IT component for the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Guyana Police Force.

A retired Lieutenant Commander of the Coast Guard, Guyana Defence Force, Floyd Levi has extensive experience in maritime law enforcement, Information Technology and Project Management.   He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nautical Science from the Escola de Formação de Oficiais da Marinha Mercante in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil; a BSc in Computer Science  from the University of Guyana and a Master’s degree in Project Management from the University of the West Indies, St Augustine.

An old student of Queen’s College, Floyd is also an alumnus of the National Defense University in Washington D.C.   His research interests are; Transnational Organized Crime, maritime security, cybersecurity, regional and hemispheric security challenges, small state issues and international regimes.

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