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Evento 

Titolo:
Information and Communication Technology for Public Prosecutor's Office
Quando:
12.10.2007 - 13.10.2007
Dove:
Faculty of Political Science - Bologna
Categoria:
Convegni / Conferences

Descrizione

How to partecipate

This is an invitation-only event, to register please contact IRSIG-CNR at segreteria@irsig.cnr.it

Abstract

Information and communication technology (ICT) are playing an important role in the criminal justice chain, but very little is known about public prosecutor’s offices. There is a strong need to exchange information among practitioners, decision makers, and scholars in order to share experiences, knowledge, and facilitate the adoption of common ICT solutions and practices in a cost-effective way.

The Research Conference will be attended by experts of the 27 European Union member States, plus two candidate countries (Croatia and Turkey), plus Norway, Switzerland, Eurojust, Europol and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

See the conference web pages:  http://www.irsig.cnr.it/JAM/conf_materials/event

Partnership

The Research Institute on Judicial Systems (IRSIG-CNR) has received a two-year AGIS grant from the European Commission to carry on the research project: “Information and Communication Technology for Public Prosecutor’s Offices” (AGIS Project JLS/2005/AGIS/175), along with the Institute on Constitutional and Administrative Law of the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, the London School of Economics, United Kingdom, the Finnish Ministry of Justice, the University of Nanterre, France, the University of Aarhus, Denmark.  

With the collaboration of Centre for Judicial Studies, Dept. of Organization and Political System, University of Bologna, Italy.

Speakers

Giuseppe Gargani (Chairman Committee on Legal Affairs European Parliament); Francesca Zannotti, Director Centre for Judicial Studies, Dept. of Organisation and Political System and Member of the General Scientific Council of the Italian National Research Council); Giuseppe Di Federico (Director IRSIG-CNR); Franco Frattini (European Commissioner, Home and Justice Affairs); Vito Monetti (Representative of the Consultative Committee of Public Prosecutors of the Council of Europe);  Dato Steenhuis (President of the Management Board of Eurojustice); Marco Fabri (Senior Researcher IRSIG-CNR); Kari Kujanen (Chief Information Officer, Finnish Ministry of Justice); Bill Blackburn (LogicaCMG, England); Steve Walmsley (Crown Prosecution Service England and Wales); Peter Muijen (National Project Manager GPS Project, The Netherlands); Philip Langbroek (Senior Researcher Utrecht Law School, The Netherlands); Badi Al-khatib (Project Coordinator Information Systems, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime); Elena Dinu (National Member for Romania, Eurojust); Federica Curtol (Case Management Analyst, Eurojust); Jacques Roumimper (Europol); Bruno Tinti (Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor, Public Prosecutor’s Office of Turin, Italy); Stefano Spaggiari (CEO Expert System, Italy); Andrzej Jacek Kaucz (Prosecutor National Prosecution Office of Poland); Dariusz Sielicki (Judge Circuit Court of Wroclaw, Polish Ministry of Justice); Jannis Kallinikos (Professor, London School of Economics); Federico Iannacci (Lecturer BPP Business School & London School of Economics).

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Venue:
Faculty of Political Science   -   Sito web
Via:
Stada Maggiore, 45
Cap:
40125
Città:
Bologna
Provincia:
Bo
Paese:
Paese: it
 
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