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 and private actors will also collaborate, building an intelligence-based platform for the collection, sharing and analysis of data concerning the phenomenon.
In this way, the MediTheft project will allow to: broaden the knowledge about the topic and data available; increase the level of international cooperation for a more effective fight against drug theft; improve the quality of investigations and the response to this type of crime.
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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…
Out now the public competition for the International Ph.D. in Criminology
It is now available the document of the public competition for 2021 for the International Ph.D. in Criminology – 37th cycle. To access it, visit the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore official website, by clicking here.
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…
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…
Webinar – Ownership changes of Italian companies during the Covid-19 emergency
As reported on several occasions by the Ministry of the Interior and UIF-Bank of Italy, Covid-19 has offered multiple opportunities to organized crime to infiltrate the legitimate economy and take possession of companies facing difficulties. For this reason, it is necessary to monitor the ownership changes of the companies and…
Transcrime has been awarded the CSABOT project
We’re happy to announce that Transcrime has been awarded, as partner, project CSABOT (Civil Society Advancing Beneficial Ownership Transparency). Click here to know more.