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Team working remotely

Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, the team is currently working from home. You can still reach us by e-mail as usual.

Thank you for your understanding.


Victims and Criminal Justice in Times of War

The Endowed Chair for Crime Prevention and Risk Management of Prof. Dr. Rita Haverkamp, University of Tübingen, cordially invites you to the event “Victims and Criminal Justice in Times of War” on 27.06.2022 from 5 - 6:30 p.m. The event will include lectures by Prof. Dr. Viacheslav Tuliakov and Dr. Hab political science Dmytro Yagunov Ph.D. on victimological as well as criminal procedural aspects and effects of the war in Ukraine. The speakers are still on-site so that the event can benefit from highly topical insights. Possibility for further exchange as well as questions will be given. The event will be held in English and online, with the following access link https://bit.ly/3mLkUUx. Please find further information in the  announcement.
We would be very pleased about your participation!

 


LegiNot projects starts with digital Kick-Off

On March 24, 2022, the kick-off meeting with all partners in the BMBF project "LegiNot - Legitimation of Emergency - Change of Legitimation in Case of Emergency" took place. The joint project headed by Prof. Dr. Rita Haverkamp started on 01 March 2022 and has a duration of three years. The digital kick-off was attended by the research partners from the universities of Freiburg (Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaufmann) and Bielefeld (Prof. Dr. Christoph Gusy), representatives of the associated partners and subcontractors as well as the project sponsor VDI. In addition to the presentation of the overall project and the subprojects of the respective partners, there was sufficient time for all participants to get to know each other and to agree on further cooperation. More information about the project can be found on the LegiNot project page.

Status: 20.04.2022 | LegiNot


Death of Dr. Elmar G. M. Weitekamp

We mourn the death of our colleague Dr. Elmar G. M. Weitekamp. An obituary can be found on the page of the Institute of Criminology, University of Tübingen.

Status: 11.02.2022


The Rule of Law in Retreat

Prof. Haverkamp publishes on "The Rule of Law and the European Union in Challenging Times" in a comprehensive anthology. The anthology "The Rule of Law in Retreat: Challenges to Justice in the United Nations World" provides keen insights into the globally relevant implications of the rule of law for human rights, constitutional law, and legal philosophy at a time when they are being so strongly challenged. The authors analyze the issues of judicial independence, free education, mass media freedom, populism, and corruption from this legal perspective.


Postal survey completed

The postal survey of residents in the area of operation of the Municipal Law Enforcement Service Munich (KAD) started at the beginning of March 2021. As part of the evaluation of the KAD, the Endowed Professorship conducted a survey to gain new insights into what makes a city livable and safe. A total of 5,000 Munich residents were asked to participate in the survey.

Many thanks to all who participated!

For more information, please visit the KAD evaluation pages.


Prevention in times of COVID-19

On the occasion of current developments, the SiBa team has compiled selected prevention measures in times of the Covid 19 pandemic. The resulting Corona booklet offers a small, alphabetically ordered collection of 31 selected preventive measures to keep train stations and their surroundings at least partially as central contact point, transit point and place to stay - but with the intention of avoiding high numbers of users in order to be able to comply with safety distances and hygiene regulations.

The Corona booklet and further information on the project can be found here.