Crime&tech (www.crimetech.it) is the spin-off company of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore stemming from the research experience of Transcrime. Crime&tech translates Transcrime’s research, carried out at national and international level, into models, tools and applications for private companies and public institutions. It offers customised products and services to assess and prevent various crime and security risks, from organised crime to fraud, from thefts to robberies.
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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.
Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?
The webinar ‘Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?’ will be held on December 3, 2020. This event will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the current state of European migration policies and issues. It builds upon the expertise of renowned participants from European and International institutions and the…
The 24-hour Conference on Organized Crime
Several researchers of Transcrime will participate as speakers in the 24-hour Conference on Organized Crime taking place on 10-11 November. Click here for more info and registration.
Prof. Ernesto Savona and Alberto Aziani will present on October 15 the main findings of the report ‘The impact of COVID-19 on organized crime’ it the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC). Click here to register: https://tinyurl.com/yybb6nrp .
Michele Riccardi, Marco Dugato, Antonio Bosisio, Cecilia Meneghini, Maria Jofre, Stefano Guastamacchia and Andrea Maenza will take part at EUROCRIM 2020, 20th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology which will take place on 10-11 September 2020. Click here to see the programme.
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…