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The National Institute of Criminology, founded in 1960, is the academic research and training centre of Hungary’s Prosecution Service. The tasks of the institute include researching crime, developing the theory and the practice of criminology, forensics and the disciplines of penal law as well as facilitating the exploitation of the research findings. We try to perform our activities by making sure that our research provides truthful information to decision makers and practitioners in order to assist the judicial system and reduce crime.

Browsing our website you can access information on the Institute, our research fellows, researches, publications, results and data, recent events and programmes, and about our library.

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Workshops at National Institute of Criminology
2017

 

25th October

László Tibor Nagy:

A particular violent crime against property: the plundering


The workshop is held in Hungarian.
Please register attendance in due time:
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