Transcrime has been awarded the DATACROS II project
We’re happy to announce that Transcrime has been awarded, as coordinator, project DATACROS II (Empowering a tool to assess corruption risk factors in firms ownership structure), co-funded by the European Union Internal Security Fund – Police. DATACROS II builds on the successful experience of project DATACROS (click here for…
The significant increase of the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research’s Impact Factor Score
The European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, whose Editorial Team is composed by our director Ernesto Savona (Editor in Chief) and our researchers Thomas Joyce (Managing Editor) and Deborah Manzi (Assistant Managing Editor), has reached for the year 2020 the outstanding achievement of a 0.7 increase of the…
Transcrime has been awarded the MediTheft project!
Transcrime is partner of the MediTheft project, funded by the European Commission DG HOME (ISF -Police) and coordinated by AIFA – Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco, that will focus on the fight against organized drug theft. In the consortium, together with AIFA and Transcrime, national health authorities, LEAs and other public…
The criminal risks behind corporate ownership changes in the Covid-19 emergency
The report “Changes in ownership of Italian companies during the Covid-19 emergency: trends and risk factors” – Transcrime Research in Brief, is now available on our website. The analysis was presented this morning (May 18) during the webinar organized by Transcrime and Bureau Van Dijk, with the participation of representatives…
Crime & tech has been awarded the new CTC – Cut the cord project!
Crime&tech, spin-off company of Transcrime-Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, is partner of project CTC – Cut the Cord, awarded by the European Commission DG HOME (ISF – Police) to an international consortium coordinated by KEMEA. Together with law enforcement agencies, FinTech, banking institutions and data providers we will cooperate to…
Key findings of project DATACROS – Assessing Financial Crime Risk factors in firms’ Ownership Structure
Criminal organizations increasingly adopt legal companies and complex cross-border ownership structures to cover their illicit activities, and to conceal the laundering of corruption proceeds. Project DATACROS, co-funded by the European Commission, DG Home Affairs (ISF Police 2017-AG-CORRUPT-823792), and coordinated by Transcrime, has produced: an aggregate analysis of ownership anomalies for…
Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Department of Public Security – Criminal Police Central Directorate and the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart-Transcrime
The Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Public Security – Criminal Police Central Directorate and the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart – Transcrime aims to promote joint initiatives in the field of analysis of criminal phenomena. This agreement continues and strengthens the collaboration between Transcrime Research Center and…
A multi-disciplinary study into the drivers of smoking cessation in Australia
The study ‘A multi-disciplinary study into the drivers of smoking cessation in Australia’ has been published. Click here to know more.
Webinar – Assessing Financial Crime Risk factors in firms’ Ownership Structure: Results of project DATACROS
Criminal organizations increasingly adopt legal companies and complex cross-border ownership structures to cover their illicit activities, and to conceal the laundering of corruption proceeds. Project DATACROS, co-funded by the European Commission, DG Home Affairs (ISF Police 2017-AG-CORRUPT-823792), and coordinated by Transcrime, has developed the DATACROS tool, a prototype platform…
SECOND INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE ON EMPIRICAL APPROACHES TO AML AND FINANCIAL CRIME SUPPRESSION
Michele Riccardi, Maria Jofre, Antonio Bosisio and Stefano Guastamacchia will discuss about ‘money laundering and the detection of bad entities: a machine learning approach for the risk assessment of anomalous ownership structures’ at the SECOND INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE ON EMPIRICAL APPROACHES TO AML AND FINANCIAL CRIME SUPPRESSION. The conference, organized…
Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?
Criminal careers of Italian mafia offenders
The third chapter of Transcrime corner was published today on Il Sole 24 Ore. In this episode we talk about criminal careers of Italian mafia offenders and policies to combat and prevent. Click here to know more.
Project COESO – H2020
Crime&tech, spin-off of Università Cattolica-Transcrime, has been awarded, as partner, the H2020 project COESO (Collaborative Engagement on Societal Issues). COESO, which is coordinated by the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France), will facilitate citizens engagement in Europe, by supporting ten pilots presenting a variety of disciplines, societal…
The impact of COVID-19 on organized crime
The study ‘The impact of COVID-19 on organized crime’ prepared by UNODC in cooperation with Transcrime is published. Click here to know more.
Personal data processing by law enforcement
Finding a route between investigation opportunities and regulatory fragmentation
Monitoring and analysing the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on organized crime infiltration in the legal economy and illegal governance