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Giacomo Salvanelli a XXXIV cycle Ph.D. candidate of the International Ph.D. in Criminology programme at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan and a junior researcher at Transcrime. His research is related with the implementation of ITs such as the RTMDx software to identify shared behavioral patterns of offenders across space and time by focusing on how spatial conditions might influence their choices before they commit violent crimes.
Following the completion of two MSc(s) in Forensic Psychology and Criminology, he continued his specialization in Crime Analysis, Crime Mapping and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
In 2007 he founded the Research Centre named “Centro di Ricercazione per la Prevenzione dell’Antisocialità (CRPA)” that applies a multidisciplinary (and evidence-based) approach to develop projects in the area of Crime Prevention.
In 2008 he co-founded the independent Multidisciplinary Institute for Security management and Antisociality Prevention (MISAP). The latter, thanks to its 35 international collaborators split into 13 active departments including social engineering, criminological sciences, cyber-crime, transnational crime, research methods and financial-crime, conducts research across several groups focusing on new ways to both create real world impact in the forensic sciences and cut crime by increasing security through projects and continuous education.
He is the current Head of MISAP’s Criminology Department.
Prof. Ernesto Savona and Michele Riccardi take part to the 18th meeting of the EU Asset Recovery Offices’Platform.
At Università Cattolica in Milan, Transcrime hosts the kick-off meeting of the project DATACROS – Developing a Tool to Assess Corruption Risk factors in firms’ Ownership Structure funded by the European Commission DG-HOME.
During the NATO Defense College Foundation on “Targeting the de-materialised ‘Caliphate’” prof. Savona gives a speech on “Terrorist funding: a lynchpin between extremism and armed operations”.
Michele Riccardi takes part to the meeting of the working group of the “EU Money Laundering Supra-National Risk Assessment”.
Michele Riccardi takes part to the 7th Meeting of the Asset Management Subgroup of the EU Asset Recovery Office Platform.
Prof Ernesto Savona takes part in the “International Conference on Combatting Illicit Tobacco Trade and Related Crimes”.
During the ALEA conference on gambling and criminal question, Prof Savona gives a speech on “L’influenza del mercato legale-illegale sui paradigmi della regolazione del gioco d’azzardo contemporaneo”.
During the conference of the Parties UNTOC, prof. Savona coordinates the side event on “Changing Organized Crime: lessons from EU project PROTON” sponsored by UNODC and Italian Mission at UN in Vienna.
During the Festival della Sociologia, prof. Savona coordinates a meeting on “Misurare i traffici illeciti: la sfida dell’Agenda delle Nazioni Unite per il 2030” with Federico Sallusti (ISTAT) and Alberto Aziani (Transcrime).
At the Scuola Superiore della Magistratura, prof. Savona introduces the course “Giovanni Falcone” with a lesson on “Il reclutamento nelle organizzazioni criminali: una recente ricerca”.
A study on “Corruption and Mafia Infiltrations in the Wind Power Sector in Italy” was carried out by Transcrime in 2013. https://t.co/iyw56hwDiZ Here are some results of the study. #corruption #windpower #mafiainfiltration #organizedcrime https://t.co/01gi1eAg8X
Ogni giorno a Milano aprono o cambiano proprietà diversi esercizi, un mercato che interessa ovviamente la Mafia. Su #Panorama, @ricc_ardimi parla del trend che ha preso piede nel capoluogo lombardo #mafia #milano #criminalità #riciclaggio https://t.co/cixT0Y8KzQ
Summer School is: collaboration with @TNO_Research, 4 days of intensive lessons, multidisciplinary approach to applied research, international speakers, students and professionals from all over Europe #transcrime #criminology #summerschool2019 https://t.co/HMmKstCtty https://t.co/P1RlC47FYt