Transcrime will be coordinator of the research project IARM (Identifying and Assessing the Risk of Money Laundering in Europe), in the research project FIRE (Fighting illicit firearms trafficking routes and actors at European level) and it will be a partner in the project CEREU (Countering Extortion and Racketeering in EU) all funded by the European Commission, […]
The Transcrime study on the theft of medicines from Italian hospitals is now online. Go to publications.
Professors Ernesto Savona and Michael Levi discuss the theme “Organised crime in Europe: Research and Policy”. In conclusion, the Italian prosecutor Anti-Mafia Franco Roberti will speak about what and how to change in Italy and in Europe on the antimafia policies.
The reports produced by Transcrime within the NOP Security Project (relating to Mafia investments and the victimization survey on Italian businesses) are quoted in the Report on antimafia policies drawn up by the Commission with the aim of proposing measures to fight crime. It is presented by the Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta.
Berlin – During the event attended by members of the German Parliament Prof. Ernesto Savona and Dr. Francesco Calderoni present The Factbook on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products 5 – Germany.
Transcrime offers to undergraduate courses Master of Science in Security policies (Polisi) and Policies for International Development Cooperation of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart the opportunity to carry out research in relation to their degree thesis using bibliographic resources and banks data of the Centre. Read more.
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.
Professor Ernesto Savona exposes three reports on the topic Challenges in analyzing the organization of crime at the 1st International Scientific Summit on Criminal Analysis.
Mr. Michele Riccardi participates in the seminar “Case Management and the use of EU legislation and tools: Key Components in the Fight against Financial Crimes” with a presentation entitled “Research and technical tools for performing more effective financial investigations and the Italian best practices with regard to management of seized goods”.
Mr. Michele Riccardi participates in the seminar “Thorough management of seized and confiscated assets, how are the AGRASC’s institutional partners involved?” organized by Conseil supérieur du Notariat.