The study ‘The Infiltration of Organised Crime in the Legitimate Economy of the Lazio Region’ is now online
The study “Le infiltrazioni della criminalità organizzata nell’economia del Lazio” (The Infiltration of Organised Crime in the Legitimate Economy of the Lazio Region) has been carried out by Crime&tech – spin-off of the Università Cattolica-Transcrime – for the Regional government of Lazio and in particular of its Osservatorio sulla sicurezza e la legalità.
Combining statistical analysis, qualitative analysis and interviews with experts, the study maps the presence of organised crime group in the economy of Lazio adopting both a territorial and business sector perspective. The report provides a picture of the investments of traditional mafias and local criminal groups, of the infiltration modus operandi, of the control and management strategies of legal businesses with a focus on the most vulnerable sectors and geographic areas.
Click here for the full report [Italian version]: https://bit.ly/2PgWL7F
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