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SCRIPT: Scripting criminal processes: Review and implementation of practical tools” led by Avans University of Applied Sciences in which the MultiX group is partner, has been accepted by NWO in the mission-driven innovation program.

One PhD student will be working at the UvA under guidance of Marcel Worring on data-driven crime scripting tools in close collaboration with the National Financial Intelligence Unit, Deloitte, NFI, and Transaction Monitoring Netherlands. The summary of the project is as follows:

Organised crime causes serious harm to society. To combat this, it is necessary to monitor the modus operandi of criminals and for public and private organisations to constantly innovate. The SCRIPT research programme stimulates this process by implementing, accelerating and scaling up the crime scripting method. SCRIPT will enable society to strengthen the fight against organised crime by providing more insight into illegal activities and criminal money flows through new and better data. In this way, the research programme contributes to more effective interventions against organised crime.

The awarded funding for the total project is 2.6M, the NWO contribution is 2.3M and the UvA part is 310K.

Read more about this allocated project here.