• Startdatum:
  • 9 december 2024
  • Cursusduur:
  • 2 dagen
  • Rechtsgebied:
  • Criminologie, Jeugdrecht, Straf(proces)recht
  • Soort:
  • Congres

About the conference

The Illicit Networks Workshop (INW) includes the leading scholars and analysts from across the world that share a research interest in the use of network analysis in furthering the understanding of the activities of individuals, groups, and organizations engaged in organized crime, gangs, transnational crime and corruption issues. The INW is designed with the goal of maximizing meaningful and ongoing knowledge exchange among researchers, policy makers and those involved in policy, program and practical engagement with illicit networks. While some members draw heavily on quantitative social network analysis, others utilize other methods (e.g. ethnography) for studying illicit networks. The focus is less on the relative merits of the approach and more on the rigor of the science and value of the insights to theory building and practical policy solutions.

Conference speakers
To be announced

Target audience
Academic researchers, PhD/Master students, Policy makers, Law Enforcement Agencies, with an interest in organized crime, gangs, terrorism, and other illicit networks.

Remote attendance      
Unfortunately, remote attendance is not available for this conference.

Do you have any questions?
We will gladly answer them.

E-mail: events@law.leidenuniv.nl
Phone: +31 (0)71 527 8666
All contact details


The conference program is currently under development.


Prof. M. Falson Texas State University
prof. M Felson
Prof. K. von Lampe, Berlin School of Economics
prof. K von Lampe

Rapenburg 67-73, 2311GJ LEIDEN

€375,- (excl. VAT)
including lunches and digital conference materials.