Two-week summer school in Lisbon involving scientific experts from the EMCDDA and invited keynote speakers 29.6.–10.7.2015
Global regulations on money laundering are expensive to enforce and unfair to poor countries. They don’t work very well, either
The Department of Sociology & the Extra-Legal Governance Institute presents a seminar: Understanding and Responding to Organized Crime to be held on February 20th, 2015 in Oxford. Several brilliant minds in the field will be presenting. If you are interested in attending, you should email Charlotte Baarda: charlotte [dot] baarda [at] sociology [dot] ox [dot]
Dr. Arsovska will present the main findings of her two-year research study on criminal mobility, funded by the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice. The aim of the research was to study the emergence and mobility of organized crime in the United States. Focusing on Albanian organized crime in New York City, it
The European Serious & Organised Crime Conference 2015 will take place on the 22nd April 2015 at the Renaissance Brussels Hotel. Gathering over 250 delegates, this year’s conference will provide a platform for EU policymakers and law enforcement authorities to discuss with business leaders means of fighting serious and transnational crime which poses an increasing
Organised crime is more pervasive in British society than is generally acknowledged. The true scale of illicit trade remains unknown, but the statistics available are stark. In addition to the adverse health consequences, illicit trade undermines community well-being and its vast profits are used to fund other criminal activities.
The Poland’s greatest conference for lawyers, computer engineers and netsec experts will take place on 24th and 25th of March 2015 at the Faculty of Law and Adminstration, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun.
Car worth £170,000 prompts anti-corruption team to launch investigation into Sergeant Osman Iqbal, from Birmingham, that uncovers him as lynchpin of mob
The Somali militant group Al-Shabaab has developed an extensive financial infrastructure. Security actors seeking to disrupt and defeat the group must tackle the financial dimension of its activities.
The number of vehicles being stolen across the Republic is beginning to increase again after the crime plummeted for years in line with the country’s economic fortunes.