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Extensive collaboration between Sweden’s organized crime networks

Extensive collaboration between Sweden’s organized crime networks

Press releases   •   Mar 01, 2021 18:02 CET

Research shows that 15000 individuals are active within what is defined as organized crime and within violent extremist groups in Sweden. “This shouldn’t surprise anyone, as there are so many results that should alarm us and cause concern,” says Amir Rostami, reader in criminology at University of Gävle.

AI could detect grooming

AI could detect grooming

Press releases   •   Jan 10, 2020 09:19 CET

“There are many situations in which the voice is the most reliable or the only clue to someone’s identity. That is why this research is important,” Sara says. “Knowledge about these effects refines our abilities to evaluate the accuracy of people’s descriptions of perpetrators.”

Jerzy Sarnecki on why Gävle’s criminology programme is the most popular in Sweden

Jerzy Sarnecki on why Gävle’s criminology programme is the most popular in Sweden

Press releases   •   May 07, 2018 10:00 CEST

Jerzy Sarnecki on why Gävle’s criminology programme is the most popular in Sweden. The study programme in applied criminology at the University of Gävle attracts more first choice applicants than other programmes in criminology in Sweden for the autumn 2018. “What I thought was missing in Swedish criminology programmes today was a more practical dimension,” Jerzy Sarnecki says.

The first investigative criminologists are now graduating

The first investigative criminologists are now graduating

Press releases   •   Jun 02, 2016 10:00 CEST

The first investigative criminologists are now graduating. Klara Westerlund from Gävle is one of the first investigative criminologists to graduate at the University of Gävle. The only degree course in Sweden Klara Westerlund has just finished her three-year university course, the first of its kind, in Applied Criminology, at the University of Gävle.

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