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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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Transcrime research center and its spin-off Crime&tech wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We would also like to thank all of those who have worked with us during 2021, helping us in the development of innovative solutions for crime prevention and supporting us in…
Project MEDI-THEFT has been officially launched
Project MEDI-THEFT– Data sharing and Investigative Platform against Organised Thefts of Medicines, funded by the European Union – Internal Security Fund Police, has been officially launched on 1st November, 2021. To find out more about the aim of the project and the partners involved read the official press release…
24-hour Conference on Global Organized Crime
Transcrime researchers will join the 24-hour Conference on Global Organized Crime to discuss some of the most relevant topics of our research agenda with international experts. The event will take place online from the 2pm of Wednesday 1st December till 2pm of Thursday 2nd December. Registrations are open on the…
How to prevent organized crime infiltration in Lombardy
On Monday 15th of November, 9.30 am, professor Ernesto Savona will join the event organized by PoliS Lombardia and Regione Lombardia, where he will deliver is presentation on “Prevention of organized crime infiltration in firms: present tools and future needs”. To find out more, visit the website.
The new study on illegal firearms trafficking: final report of ECOFIT out now
The final report of project ECOFIT, written by Transcrime (project coordinator) together with SELEC and Tilburg University, is now available. The report analyses 5 operational tools which have been selected as indicators of international cooperation in the fight against firearms trafficking, namely mechanisms for data collection, mechanisms for data sharing,…
TOM – The Ownership Monitor: a new hub for analysing business ownership structures
Transcrime and Crime&tech launch TOM – The Ownership Monitor. This is an innovative hub which collects all our research and development projects aimed at analysing business ownership structures and their links with crime. TOM is producing analyses, tools and trainings. We are partnering with company and BO registries, business…