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CC-DRIVER

PROJECT FUNDING:

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme Under Grant Agreement no. 883543
Started:
2020
Status:
In Progress
ABOUT

CC-DRIVER will use a multidisciplinary approach from the domains of psychology, criminology, anthropology, neurobiology and cyberpsychology to investigate, identify, understand and explain drivers of new forms of criminality. We will focus on human factors that determine criminal behaviours such as cyber juvenile delinquency and adolescent hacking. Scientific investigation of drivers into cybercrime, impact of online disinhibition and the effect of youth decision-making processes will inform our evidence-based intervention, mitigation and deterrence strategies. Our measures will be designed to educate regarding criminality and to divert youth from crime.

PARTNERS
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F-Secure

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Information Security Forum

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SIMAVI

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FORTH

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KEMEA

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School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne

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Hellenic Police

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Policia Juridiciaria

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Trilateral Research Ltd

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Hochschule für den öffentlichen Dienst in Bayern

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Privanova

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Valencia Local Police

STAFF

Professor Julia Davidson
Professor Mary Aiken
Kirsty Phillips

CONTRIBUTORS

Dr Sarah Fox
Karl Hopwood
Michel Walrave

PROGRESS / UPDATES

This project began May 2020

RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS

Youth pathways into cybercrime