European criminalists met in Bucharest

Over 450 criminology experts from the UK, Italy, Republic of Moldova, Bulgaria, Sweden, Spain and other European countries attended Wednesday and Thursday the Bucharest conference „Modern scientific taking of evidence in combating terrorism and cross-border criminality”. The event, organized by the Romanian Criminology association and the National Institute of Forensic Expertise, in partnership with the International Agency for Crime Prevention and Security Policies, was held at the Cultural Center of the Ministry of Administration and Interior. “In the past couple of years, a significant increase has been registered in terrorism acts, which led some experts to warn about being likely to find ourselves facing the beginning of a genuine age of terrorism. Romania is carrying out an intense activity in international organizations, cooperation with other state towards the drafting of generally accepted measures that would eventually lead to this phenomenon being eliminated from international life,” said Reserve Colonel and Professor Vasile Lapadusi, General Secretary of the Romanian Criminology Association.

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