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Day 2: 4th of April 2017


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9:30 Subjective insecurity and its roots in place  Chaired by Enzo Mingione (University of Milano-Bicocca)
A project on local safety and security in Slovenia (2016-2018) Gorazd Mesko, Urska Pirnat and Andrej Kastrin (University of Maribor, Slovenia)
The fear drop and fear change in Rotterdam: the need for a new narrative on public security Marnix Eysink Smeets (Inholland University of Applied Sciences)
Consent in Context: Legitimacy as an Individual-and Neighbourhood-Level Predictor of Crime Jonathan Jackson (London School of Economics)
Fear of crime as an obstacle for active mobility and the walkable city Laura Vozmediano (Universidad del País Vasco)
9:30 Institutional perspectives on crime prevention and restorative justice Chaired by Silvia Ciotti (EuroCrime)
Exploring the potential of Restorative Justice: Challenges and dilemmas Vassiliki Artinopoulou (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences)
A user led approach to radicalisation: An alternative vision for social cohesion Theo Gavrielides (IARS International Institute)
Mediation and Restorative Justice in Prison settings Tünde Barabás (National Institute of Criminology)
Desistance and Restorative Justice. Mechanisms for Desisting from Crime with Restorative Justice Practices Veronika Hofinger (Institut für Rechts und Kriminalsoziologie)
Restorative justice and intimate partner violence, a security issue? Annemieke Wolthuis (European Forum for Restorative Justice)
Coffee break
11:45 Current advances in survey-based measures of crime-related issues Chaired by Spencer Chainey (University College London)
Relaunching the International Crime Victims Survey (ICVS) Marcelo Aebi (University of Lausanne)
Victimization and Fear of Crime in a German City (Bochum). First results and consequences for improving survey‐based approaches to measure perception of insecurity Thomas Feltes (Universität Bochum)
MARGIN survey: assessing the impact of self-perceived social exclusion and neighbourhood characteristics on perceived insecurity Riccardo Valente and Sergi Valera (University of Barcelona)
Crime and Victimization Surveys as a Tool for policy-makers: the case of Barcelona Marta Isach Barrionuevo (Municipality of Barcelona)
11:45 Good Practices in reducing crime and the perception of insecurity Chaired by Diego Torrente (University of Barcelona)
Evidence-based practieces informing the reform of the Justice system in Portugal Luísa Proença (Ministry of Justice of Portugal)
Behavioral Science and policing, 6 experiments Alex Murray (West Midlands Police, UK)
The relationship between police forces and minorities Lola Vallès (Instituto de Seguridad Pública de Catalunya)
Promising practices on homicide rate reduction in American countries Karen Bozicovich (Organization of American State)
The Seniors’ Crime Victimisation Survey in Catalonia Montse Aguilera (Dept. of Interior of Catalonia)
11:45 Qualitative analysis in the field of insecurity Chaired by Filippo Balistreri (EuroCrime)
Detaining the “dangerous” migrant Giuseppe Campesi (University of Bari)
“It can happen, it will happen, it happened”. Exploring insecurity experiences through qualitative interviews Inês S. Guedes (School of Criminology of the University of Porto)
Perceived insecurity in aflluent vs marginalized communities across five EU countries Sonia Stefanizzi and Valeria Verdolini (University of Milano-Bicocca)
Gender and vulnerability Nuria Balada (Catalan Institute for Women)
Lunch break
15:00 Current advances in survey-based measures of crime-related issues (follow-up) Chaired by Cyril Rizk (Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales)
Anti-social behaviors and perceived security in Catalan Victimization Surveys Marta Murrià Sangenís (Institute of Regional and Metropolitan Studies of Barcelona)
Looking back at the French « Cadre de vie et sécurité » survey experience (2007 – 2017) Cyril Rizk (Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales)
Recent developments and trends in the Crime Survey of England and Wales Mark Bangs (UK Office for National Statistics)
Project PDP4. Crime victimisation evaluation and policy measures. Case study on Romania Valentina Vasile (Institute of National Economy)
15:00 Subjective insecurity and its roots in place  (follow-up) Chaired by Kate Bowers (University College London)
Signal crimes and diagnosing the causes and consequences of neighbourhood insecurities Martin Innes (University of Cardiff)
The importance of addressing situational factors when analyzing perceptions of crime Reka Solymosi (University of Manchester)
Small area estimation of worry about crime at regional level in Europe: Some Findings from the European Social Survey 5 David Buil Gil and Angelo Moretti (University of Manchester)
Fear of crime, collective efficacy, and disorder perception: from the field to the lab Carla S. Cardoso (School of Criminolofy of the University of Porto)