The Sociological Map of Insecurity (SOMI), that can be accessed from MARGIN’s website, aims to display crime-related statistics geo-localised across the areas where the project fieldwork takes place. It shows results from crime victimisation surveys and police recorded crimes, disaggregated
During the week of April 11, 2016, it took place in Barcelona a training session addressed to our experts responsible for the data collection. This training aimed at establishing a standardised framework for data gathering in the different cities involved in the project.
EuroCrime organized the first Consortium meeting of the MARGIN project in Florence from the 17th to the 18th of December 2015. After eight months of work sincethe project began, the meeting served as an occasion to summarize the current status
We are glad to inform you that the 2nd Consortium Meeting of the MARGIN project will be held on the 17th and 18th of December 2015 in Florence, Italy. The specific objective is to select a sample of neighbourhoods in
What are the most effective security policies that have been implemented thus far and what does their success depend on? How can “insecurity” be defined? Does it depend on crime rates and figures or on personal perceptions and attitudes? How can it be measured? How have