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The Laboratory of Urban Criminology (EAstE) of Panteion University is organising an info day on: Participatory forms of crime prevention at the local level: Security and Freedom, on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 9.30 am.

The info day is implemented within the framework of the BeSecure - FeelSecure project, and it will be held at the Piraeus Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

 

Program (in Greek language)

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To improve individual and collective security, one needs an in-depth understanding of a given community. While quantitative crime statistics matter, understanding how different groups of population perceive the security situation is just as significant. Only by exploring subjective experiences of security, as well as socio-economic reality and levels of social cohesion, can security actors reconstruct a nuanced local security landscape.

 

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On 20, 21 and 22 October 2021, the BeSecure-FeelSecure (BSFS) project participated in the annual international conference “Security, Democracy & Cities 2021” in Nice, France. The conference, which brought together more than 700 participants from 26 countries and 140 cities, was organized by the BSFS project partner “European Forum for Urban Security – Efus“.

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Four (4) Awareness Sessions on “School Bullying” and “Cyber threats” were organized by the Municipality of Piraeus with the contribution of the Laboratory of Urban Criminology of Panteion University, Hellenic Police and Space Hellas and were addressed to students of 4 local high schools.

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We are happy to invite you to submit a paper for the "Urban Crime- An international Journal" for a special issue titled "Covid-19 and Urban Safety: Exploring the effects of the pandemic on fear of crime, (in)security, penal and safety policies in urban context".

Indicative topics of interest for this issue include:

  • Dimensions to fear of crime/insecurity during the pandemic
  • Risks of victimization during the pandemic
  • Commerce in Illicit and falsified medicinal product
  • Fraud, corruption and financial crime in emergency conditions
  • Cybersecurity
  • The impact of the pandemic in Urban life and crime
  • Mass-Media
  • Misinformation and disinformation
  • Policing and Surveillance during the CoViD-19 pandemic
  • Inner-city distribution of (un)safety
  • Priorities of penal policies during the pandemic
  • New forms of policing adapted to the pandemic conditions
  • Objective punitivity during the pandemic period
  • Prevention policies
  • Public attitudes

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