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Elisa García-España, José Luis Díez-Ripollés
10-27-2022

Is Spain a socially exclusionary country for criminal offenders?

Social exclusion as an effect of criminal policy has not been questioned in academic debates, although they mostly focus on punitiveness as an essential feature of contemporary criminal policy. However, the use of this guiding criterion in the study of comparative criminal policy shows a set of theo...

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01-21-2022

ESC Awards: Nominatons sought

The ESC is seeking nominations for the ESC European Criminology Award, the ESC Young Criminologist Award, the ESC Book Award, as well as the ESC Distinghuished Services Award. All nominations shall be sent to the Executive Secretary by no later than the 31 March 2022.

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Covid 19 and Organized Crime. An opportunity for connecting reliable data with policies
Ernesto Savona
04-06-2021

Covid 19 and Organized Crime. An opportunity for connecting reliable data with policies

It is almost impossible to say with the data available today whether the pandemic has opened space to new forms of organized crime and/or has accelerated existing trends. An answer could be relevant to focus on existing policies based on a more focused knowledge of organized crime groups structures ...

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