Organised Crime & Trafficking

Efus’ working group on organised crime discusses how to locally counter the effects of ever-expanding criminal networks

Paris, France, October 2020 – One of the unforeseen consequences of the Covid-19 crisis is that organised crime has extended its grip on areas where it was already rife and adapted to the situation by diversifying its operations. Indeed, a … More

New Efus working group on organised crime to develop innovative local approaches

Paris, France, January 2020 – Efus has created a new working group on “the local roots and impacts of organised crime” that is open to all interested members. Led by the cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam (NL), it was officially … More

A step forward in promoting legality in Emilia Romagna

Bologna, Italy, November 2016 – As Italy strives to curb the Mafia economy and promote legality, the Emilia Romagna Region has recently made a significant contribution by producing a framework document summarising all the regional measures that can be used … More

Working apart together: EU conference on the administrative approach to prevent and tackle crime

Working apart together  EU conference on the administrative approach to prevent and tackle crime 21-22 March 2016, Amsterdam Conference organised by the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice Administrative authorities often have a critical role to play in tackling organised … More

Denmark wins the European Crime Prevention Award on prevention of human trafficking

Rome, Italy, December 2014 – The 2014 European Crime Prevention Award on “prevention of trafficking in human beings” went to Denmark for its project “HopeNow – Empowering trafficked people”. The prize was announced at the annual good practice conference of … More

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