On March 5, 2013 at Hotel Arka CRPM has organized the International Seminar: “The Italian, Bulgarian and Balkan Experiences in Investigating, Confiscating and Administering Property Acquired from Criminal Activity”. This international seminar is part of the SAPUCCA project [SAPUCCA – Sharing Alternative Practices for the Utilisation of Confiscated Criminal Assets].
SAPUCCA project is promoted by the Province of Caserta – Planning and European Programs Department. The objective is to encourage, establish and develop horizontal methods and tools for defining strategies to prevent and combat organizing crime focusing on social and institutional reutulisation of confiscated goods. Together with seminar activities and benchmarking, SAPUCCA Project encourages the export of good practices carried out by the Province of Caserta, through the model of Action – Research (AR) for promoting effective European and Italian territories. These good practices will be implemented on an experimental basis in the Italian and other European countries involved in the project.
Part of the project is the organization of international seminars in the Balkan countries: Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia.
The seminar was officialy opened by D-r Marija Risteska (Executive director, CRPM), HE Fabio Cristiani (His Excellency Ambassador of Republic of Italy in Macedonia), DomenicoZinzi (President, Province of Caserta, Italy), Francesco Paolo De Felice ( Executive Manager, Province of Caserta, Italy) and Jovan Ilievski ( Prosecutor, Basic public prosecutor’s office for organized crime ).
“The Italian, Bulgarian and Balkan Experience in Investigating, Confiscating and Administering Property Acquired from Criminal Activity”
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