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The final report of Project OCP – Organised Crime Portfolio is now online. The project was coordinated by Transcrime and co-founded by the European Commission, DG Home Affairs.

The second issue of the “Transcrime Research in Brief” series on the theft of medicines from Italian hospitals is now online.

On the occasion of the signature of the agreement between Transcrime-UCSC and the Department of Public Security of the Ministry of the Interior, minister Angelino Alfano and the chief of Italian police Alessandro Pansa take part in the presentation of the first issue on thefts in apartments to be held at Università Cattolica in Milan.

The first Europol report is now online. The report analyses the possible evolution of organised crime in the EU and how to counter it. Prof Savona, member of the Academic Board, collaborated on the project.

During the 18° European Police Congress, Prof. Savona presented a paper on “Mapping and Measuring Organised Crime and Illicit Trade across Europe”. An abstract published by the German newspaper Behörden Spiegel follows.

The first issue of the “Transcrime Research in Brief” series on maritime piracy worldwide is now online.

The Transcrime study “European Outlook on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products” is now online. Through four interactive maps it is possible know the size, the products and the flows of the illicit cigarette market.

On January 26th and on February 4th IARM e FIRE’s meetings took place. Both of them were founded by the European Commission, DG Home Affairs.

Transcrime is looking for a junior researcher graduated in Economic and Social Sciences or Law (Master degree) to collaborate to a research project on the illicit trade in tobacco products.

On the occasion of the signature of the agreement between Transcrime-UCSC and the Department of Public Security of the Ministry of the Interior, minister Angelino Alfano and the chief of Italian police Alessandro Pansa take part in the presentation of the first issue on thefts in apartments to be held at Università Cattolica in Milan.

Transcrime is the Joint Research Centre on Transnational Crime of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan and the University of Trento directed by  Ernesto U. Savona.

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April
2015
Milan

Minister Angelino Alfano and the chief of Italian police Alessandro Pansa take part in the presentation of the first issue of the “Transcrime Research in Brief – ITALY SERIES” on thefts in apartments to be held at Università Cattolica in Milan.

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22
April
2015
Bruxelles

During the European Serious & Organised Crime Conference 2015, Prof. Savona presents a paper on “The economic impact of organized crime in Europe”.

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27
April
2015
Kiev

Michele Riccardi takes part to the International Expert Conference “Asset recovery in Ukraine: repatriation for anticorruption” with a presentation entitles: “The management of seized and confiscated assets: the Italian experience”.

23
April
2015
Bucharest

During the International Conference on the Shadow Economy and Taxation, Prof. Savona presents a paper on “An Academic Overview of the Shadow Economy and Illegal Trade”.

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14
May
2015
London

During the symposium “Dirty Assets”, organized by the Universities of Leeds, Notre Dame e Sussex, Prof. Savona presents a paper on “What Dirty Assets can say about the economics of organized crime”.

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9
June
2015
Stockholm

During the The Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2015, organized by the Swedish National Council of Crime Prevention, Prof Savona presents a report on “Proofing regulation against crime”.

Official website
26
June
2015
Hong Kong

During the 7th annual conference of Asian Criminological Society, Prof. Savona presents a report on “The economics of Organized Crime in Europe and Beyond”.

9
April
2015
Cambridge

Prof. Francesco Calderoni takes part in the kick-off meeting of project DIGIWHIST.

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2
April
2015
Rome

Michele Riccardi intervenes at the CEPOL course on Money Laundering with two seminars: “Transnational Financial Crime: the OC Portfolio research” and “Police science on Money Laundering indicators”.

CEPOL website
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March
2015
Paris

Prof. Francesco Calderoni and Michele Riccardi participate at the 3rd meeting of the Task Force on Illicit Trade Charting.

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