Crime and Security
Crime and Security has been a key research area for CSD since 2001. Conventional and organized crime are analysed from criminological, economic, legal and social perspective, shaping the policy debate at both local and EU level.
About the topic
Conventional and organized crime, strategies and policy initiatives to enhance the capacity of public institutions in combatting and preventing a broad spectrum of crimes, such as trafficking in human beings, illicit tobacco trade, VAT fraud, money laundering, drugs, and racketeering, organised and serious crime assessment the links between organised crime and corruption, financing of organised crime, management and disposal of criminal assets, border security, radicalisation and violent extremism.