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.
Started in June 2013 , Project ARIEL – Assessing the Risk of the Infiltration of Organized Crime in EU MSs Legitimate Economies: a Pilot Project in 5 EU (www.arielproject.eu) has been co-funded by the European Commission, DG Home Affairs, and coordinated by Transcrime.
The third issue of the “Transcrime Research in Brief” series on “Estimating the counterfeit markets in Europe” is now online.
The final report of Project Pre.Gio. – Monitoring and preventing pathological gambling in Trentino is now online, founded by Provincia autonoma di Trento and coordined by Transcrime.
The first issue of the “Transcrime Research in Brief – ITALY SERIES” on thefts in apartments to be held 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
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”.
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.
During the kick off meeting of Transparency International’s project “Enhancing Beneficial Ownership Transparency”, Michele Riccardi gives a presentation on “Accessing and analysing ownership information across EU countries”
Prof. Savona takes part in the presentation of the first report on “Criminalità e sicurezza a Napoli”.
Cristina Soriani takes part in the meeting on “Per la diffusione della cultura della legalità” with a presentation on “Organizzazioni criminali e infiltrazione nell’economia legale”.
During the round table “Countering Extortion and Racketeering in Europe” , Lorella Garofalo presents “Extortion Racketeering in Italy: Facts and Trends”.
During the conference “Scheming legality, How Do Outlaw Groups Integrate into Society?” Prof. Savona presents “Are Camorra groups transforming into Outlaw gangs?”.