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Project COESO – H2020

Crime&tech, spin-off of Università Cattolica-Transcrime, has been awarded, as partner, the H2020 project COESO (Collaborative Engagement on Societal Issues), aimed at facilitating citizens engagement in Europe, by supporting ten pilots presenting a variety of disciplines, societal challenges and types of participation of the civil society in different European countries..

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Transcrime carried out a study on Organised Property Crime in the EU, requested by the LIBE committee of European Parliament. Click here to know more.

The study ‘The impact of COVID-19 on organized crime’ prepared by UNODC in cooperation with Transcrime has been published. Click here to know more.

The competition announcement for the Ph.D. in Criminology (XXXVI Cycle) is now open. Click here to know more.

Transcrime is carrying out a number of research projects to develop good data management practices for investigation purposes and investigative tools while respecting the fundamental rights of natural persons. Click here to discover more.

It is now available the brochure of the International Ph.D. in Criminology – Cycle XXXVI.

The webinar “Riciclaggio e Infiltrazioni della criminalità organizzata: ripartire con nuovi indicatori di rischio” will take place on Friday 15 May. Click here to register.

It is now available the brochure 2020-2021 of PoliSi-Security Policies, the curriculum of the Master’s degree in Public Policies of Università Cattolica (Milano).

The second chapter of Transcrime corner was published today. In this episode we talk about opacity of business ownership in Europe, including several references to United Kingdom with a view of Brexit.

Towards a common EU Strategy to fight corruption and organised crime

Prof. Savona will discuss the need to improve the cross border cooperation in the fight against organised crime and corruption at the European Parliament.

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Crime&tech srl is the spin-off company of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Transcrime. It develops analyses, models and tools to assess, prevent and reduce security and crime risks.

Transcrime is the Joint research center of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, the Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna and the Università degli Studi di Perugia. The Centre is directed by Ernesto U. Savona

15
May
2020
Milan

(Webinar) RICICLAGGIO E INFILTRAZIONI DELLA CRIMINALITÀ ORGANIZZATA: RIPARTIRE CON NUOVI INDICATORI DI RISCHIO – Michele Riccardi together with other experts talks about the new risk scenarios generated by COVID19.

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6
May
2020
Milan

DATACROS MID-TERM MEETING – Michele Riccardi and Antonio Bosisio discuss with partners the first results of DATACROS project.

27
March
2020
Cardiff

DATA SCIENCE FOR POLICING, SECURITY AND PUBLIC SAFETY – Marco Dugato discusses the main existing approaches to crime forecasting at Cardiff University.

18
March
2020
Brussels

THE NEED FOR AN EU PLAN TO END THE VICIOUS CYCLE OF GRAND CORRUPTION – Prof. Ernesto Savona discusses about the EU needs to rethink its overall approach to asset recovery at the event organized by Transparency International EU.

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19
February
2020
Brussels

EUROPEAN CRIME PREVENTION CONFERENCE (EUCPN) – Prof. Francesco Calderoni presents the final results of European project Proton.

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12
February
2020
Rome

TRAIN THE TRAINERS – Thomas Joyce talks about the value of radicalisation monitoring and the use of possible indicators allowing an early detection of radicalization phenomenon at the Department of Penitentiary Administration.

7
February
2020
L'Aia

COOPERATION BETWEEN EUROPOL, ACADEMIA AND RESEARCH EXPERTS – Prof. Savona participates in the roundtable ‘Cooperation between Europol, Academia and Research Experts’.

28
January
2020
Rome

TRAin TRAINING FINAL CONFERENCE – Prof. Savona discusses the European future of tools for monitoring radicalization processes in prison.

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21
January
2020
Nassau

EMPIRICAL AML RESEARCH CONFERENCE – Michele Riccardi discusses how to assess the risk of illicit financial flows through the analysis of cross border ownership links of European businesses.

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11
December
2019
Helsinki

EUCPN Board Meeting – Prof. Francesco Calderoni presents the final results of European project Proton.