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10/01/2019

Work Programme 2019

10/01/2019

Every year the European Crime Prevention Network draws up a work programme that defines all the activities the Network is going to complete that year, in order to promote the achievement of the strategic goals. The main focus in 2019 will be on criminal reoccurring behavior within EU priorities. The Romanian Presidency will be focusing until June on victimization of minors – online and offline. The second part of the year the EUCPN will focus on the preventing of drug related juvenile delinquency under the Finnish Presidency.

07/12/2018

EUCPN ECPA Newsflash 2018 - And the winner is...

07/12/2018

The winners of the European Crime Prevention Award are known! Have a look at the winners and the participants.

14/06/2018

EUCPN Thematic Paper no. 13 - Youth Internet Safety: risks and prevention

14/06/2018

The thirteenth thematic paper in the series published by the EUCPN Secretariat focuses on the theme of Youth Internet Safety.

 

18/05/2018

Toolbox 10 - Prevention of Organised Crime Targeting Elderly People - Policies and practices

18/05/2018

The 10th toolbox in the series published by the EUCPN Secretariat focusses on the main theme of the Slovakian Presidency and the 2016 Best Practice Conference and European Crime Prevention Award, which is the ‘Prevention of organised crimes targeting elderly people’.

 

Upcoming events

10 Apr 2019
Brussels
Belgium
BE

The partners of the RESCALED movement look forward to welcoming participants to this launch conference hosted by the Vrije Universiteit of Brussels (VUB) on April 10th, 2019. Over 150 expected delegates will reflect on how to promote penal transition towards detention houses, small-scale, differentiated in terms of security level and programs and integrated in the local community.

10 Jun 2019 to 12 Jun 2019
Stockholm
European Union
EU

The Stockholm Criminology Symposium is an annual event, which attracts some 500 attendees from all over the world. The Symposium offers three days filled with a large number of presentations of international projects, programs, academic research as well as studies and inquiries conducted by public sector agencies.