Merry Christmas and happy New Year!
Hoping that 2021 will be a better year, Transcrime wishes you all a happy and peaceful Christmas and a great new year! Transcrime and Crime&tech thank all the people who, in 2020, contributed in making our centre one of the strongest crime prevention research and development hubs at global level…
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