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National Institute of Criminology,

2016 work plan

  

I. RESEARCH ASSIGNMENTS

 

A) Research field

 
First main direction: Society and crime

1.

The ISRD-3 international latency study
Researcher: Eszter Sárik 

2.

The measurement of religiousness in post-modernism Criminological theories related to religion
Researcher: Eszter Sárik 

Second main direction: Security, Public security

3.

Foreign fighters in Islamist terrorist groups: a European perspective
Researcher: Szilveszter Póczik 

4.

Participation in the international project entitled “MargIn – Tackle Insecurity in Marginalized Areas”
Researchers: Tünde Barabás, Ákos Szigeti 

Third main direction: Crime control

5.

The organisational, administrative and legal pillars of expert opinions
Researcher: Kármán Gabriella 

Fourth main direction: Outstanding or dangerous crimes and perpetrators

6.

”Offender Supervision in Europe”; COST Action (No IS1106)
Researcher: Klára Kerezsi 

7.

Drug couriers in Hungary
Researcher: Ildikó Ritter 

8.

The characteristics of violent sexual crimes in Hungary today (phase II)
Researchers: György Virág, Katalin Parti, Judit Szabó 

9.

Longitudinal study of those serving whole life sentences
Researchers: Ágnes Solt, Szilvia Antal 

10.

The empirical study of robbery through inebriation or intimidation as a crime
Researcher: László Tibor Nagy 

11.

GENESIS project: Terrorism, organized crime, cybercrime (The project will start if the application for funding is successful.)
Researchers: Dr. Kiran Sarma (School of Psychology, NUI Galway, Ireland),
Orsolya Bolyky, Katalin Parti, Szilveszter Póczik, Eszter Sárik 

12.

The forms of domestic and international cybercrime; attempts at regulation
Researcher: Petronella Deres 

Research outside the main directions

13.

The foundations of the theory of crime in Hungarian criminal law II. 
The terminology-based categories of crimes
Researcher: Ádám Mészáros 

14.

Protection of animals in criminal law
Researcher: Katalin Tilki 

15.

Experience of criminal procedures initiated due to cruelty to animals between 2012 and 2016
Researcher: Katalin Tilki 

16.

Self-assessment based questioning technique in criminological research
Researcher: József Kó 

 

B) Research projects initiated by the prosecutor’s offices


B/1. Research commissioned by the Chief Prosecutor’s Office

17.

Issues of application of the law and the criminological characteristics of homicide
Researcher: Orsolya Bolyky 

18.

New challenges of the illegal drugs market with special regard to the dissemination of new psychoactive substances II. Follow-up research
Researcher: Ildikó Ritter 

19.

The role of drugs in committing crimes (analysis of statistics)
Researcher: Ildikó Ritter 

 B/2. Research commissioned by the County Prosecutors’ Offices

20.

The role and tasks of education in crime prevention
Researchers: Anna Kiss, Eszter Sárik 

21.

The role of complaint in criminal law and criminal procedure; the consequences of the lack of a complaint
Researcher: Anna Kiss 

22.

Evidence and levels of evidence in criminal procedures
Researchers: Gabriella Kármán, Anna Kiss, Ádám Mészáros 

23.

Certain aspects and legal consequences of migration-related crimes in international literature and in connection with the 2015 migration crisis
Researcher: Szilveszter Póczik 

24.

Victims with special protection needs: trends in the victimisation of children and elderly people, statistics and reality
Researcher: Tünde Barabás 

 
C) Research commissioned by the Scientific Board

25.

Victimisation in Hungary. Nationwide latency study
Researchers: Tünde Barabás, József Kó, Ákos Szigeti 

26.

Analysis of cases of great social importance and concluded with binding acquittal in 2014–2015
Researchers: Ádám Mészáros, Orsolya Bolyky, Petronella Deres, Gabriella Kármán, Anna Kiss, Eszter Sárik, Katalin Tilki


D) Research projects initiated by the Ministry of Justice

27.

The application of the law in connection with life sentences and parole
Researchers: László Tibor Nagy, Szilvia Antal, Orsolya Bolyky,
Ágnes Solt, Judit Szabó 

 

II. TASKS COMPLETED WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF COOPERATION

28.

Internetes Jogtudományi Enciklopédia (Internet Law Encyclopedia)
Partner institution: Legal Studies of the Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA TK JTI)
Editor: Klára Kerezsi 
Contributors: OKRI researchers

 

 

 

 

 
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.
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