International society of expert criminologists

EVENTS

Will organized crime take over? PALE-2020

1. Criminalization always occurs, when states manifest failure to cope with extreme situations in the face of global threats.
2. What are the new ways of the emergence of organized crime?

Ongoing threats in the context of a city. City as a classroom

1. Is it safe to reside in cities nowadays?

2. Risk categories in the context of a city.
(Different categories of people are vulnerable to different risk categories)

Next Round Table: February 27-28, 2021

1. What are the current tendencies in criminalization on the national and transnational levels?
2. Have the prognoses stated in the previous meeting came true, and if yes in what ways?

"‎POVERTY IS THE PARENT OF REVOLUTION AND CRIME" © ARISTOTLE

round tablEs

our goals

Provide up to date assessments of criminalization tendencies every three-four months. Search for effective countermeasure tactics on national and transnational levels.

About

The International Society of Expert Criminologists unites leading experts in criminology, criminalistics, organized crime, money laundering, wildlife crime, criminal traditions, investigators around the globe to objectively look into ongoing global issues and prognose their further developments.

main scopes

The society and it’s partner research entities pursue interdisciplinary approach in studies (at the intersection of applied history, psychology, sociology, philosophy, criminalistics, criminology, anthropology).

"THE WORLD IS FULL OF OBVIOUS THINGS
WHICH NOBODY BY ANY CHANCE EVER OBSERVES"
© ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

OUR EXPERTS

oleg maltsev

An author, criminologist, psychologist

antonio nicaso

Academician, an author, expert on organized crime

Don Pinnock

Writer, investigative journalist

James Finckenauer

Organized crime expert, author

Salvatore M. Amato

Senior advisor at INTERPOL

Eduardo Almeida

Cybercrime and internet security expert

Organized crime

Homicide

Cybercrime

Arms

Globalization and growing economic interdependence have encouraged and promoted the transformation of crime beyond borders in all parts of the world. Improved communications and information technologies, increased blurring of national borders, greater mobility of people, goods and services across countries, and the emergence of a globalized economy have moved crime further away from its domestic base. The nature of organized crime in the contemporary world then cannot be understood separately from the concept of globalization.
Source: UNODC

Drug trafficking

Financial crime

human trafficking

BOOKS BY OUR EXPERTS

Quotes

It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data.

Arthur Conan Doyle

Never think that war, no matter how necessary, nor how justified, is not a crime.

Ernest Hemingway

Criminals do not die by the hands of the law. They die by the hands of other men.

Bernard Shaw

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