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During the last year, the impact factor of the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research increased by more than 50%.
The Belarusian Hub for Illicit Tobacco is now online.
The Factbook on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products 8 – France is now online.
BlockWaste (Blocking the Loopholes for Illicit Waste Trafficking) is a research project co-funded by the Internal Security Fund of the European Union and leaded by a consortium of three partners: Police University College (project coordinator), Transcrime and Tilburg University.
Crime&tech (www.crimetech.it), the spin-off company of the Università Cattolica and Transcrime, has developed 9 indicators to provide a measure of a variety of criminal risks.
It is now available the Brochure 2016/17 of PoliSi-Security Policies, the curriculum of the Master’s degree in Public Policies. Click to view.
The International Ph.D. in Criminology offers highly qualified students and professionals an advanced study programme which specialises in criminology, criminal justice and crime prevention.
Project PROTON (modelling the PRocesses leading to Organised crime and TerrOrist Networks) has received funding from the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission. The project will be coordinated by Transcrime with a consortium of 22 partners of excellence in more than ten countries.
The fourth issue of the “Transcrime Research in Brief” series on “Risky behaviours” is now online.
Transcrime is the Research Centre on Transnational Crime of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan
directed by Ernesto U. Savona
During the 11th SICC International Tutorial Workshop “Topics in nonlinear dynamics”, Prof. Calderoni presents “The analysis of mafia networks”.
During the conference “Retail crime: International evidence and prevention”, Prof. Savona presents “Stolen medicines in Italy and the role of organized crime: how thefts become transnational crimes”.
During the 34th Symposium on Economic Crime, Professor Savona presents “The infiltration of organized crime in the legal businesses: issues for criminal law, LEA’s, regulators and civil liability of professions”.
Michele Riccardi participated in the meeting of the Aro subgroup platform of the EU dedicated to the management of confiscated goods.
During the “3rd International Conference on Governance, Crime and Justice Statistics” organized by UNODC- INEGI, Prof. Savona presents a paper on “Measuring the illicit trafficking of tobacco”.
Durante il convegno “Excise goods and illegal trade”, Martina Rotondi presenta “Illegal cigarettes inflow to Europe: key hubs”.
During the meeting “Prevención del contrabando” organized by Consejo general del poder judicial, Prof. Francesco Calderoni presents “European Outlook on the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products”.
During the conference “Combating Crime through Understanding the Human Factor”, Prof. Savona will speak on “the relevance of the human factor in research on terrorism”.
During the “Regional Illicit Tobacco Workshop” organized by the Australian Border Force, Prof. Savona presents a paper on “The dynamics of illicit tobacco markets in Europe: authors, modus operandi and flows”.
Prof. Calderoni gives a lesson on the presence of the mafia across Italian provinces during II level Master’s degree in “Policies to fight Corruption and Organized Crime (MACOR)”, LUISS.