Program " Preventing the criminal risks linked to the sports betting market "
In the recent years, all EU Member States have introduced some form of regulation or changed legislation with regard to betting activity. The liberalization of the betting market within the EU combined with growing criminal threats (such as cybercrime and match-fixing) and reduced public finances advocated for the Precrimbet programme, which was co-financed by the European Commission (Directorate General for Migration and Home Affairs), in the framework of the call for applications ‘Co-operation between public and private actors in identifying sports betting risks’ (more information here).

The intent of the programme has been to identify, analyse and evaluate the criminal risks linked to the sports betting activity. After 16 months of research and the organisation of 10 national seminars, a Precrimbet report has been published, containing a risk-assessment as well as 13 recommendations aimed directly at EU MS or European authorities.”
  • Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden)
  • University of Liverpool
  • CK Consulting
  • University of Hamburg
  • Academicon
  • Clairance Avocats
EU Projects Key Points of Convergence
Final Report
Conclusion of the PreCrimBet EU Programme coordinated by IRIS with Partners
Sweden Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Portugal Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Spain Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Germany Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Poland Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Denmark Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Lithuania Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
UK Precrimbet Seminar Synthesis
Project Coordinator (IRIS)
Pim Verschuuren

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Seminar list
  •  France Wednesday 16 November 2016
  •  Greece Thursday 15 December 2016
  •  UK Tuesday 24 January 2017
  •  Lithuania Monday 27 February 2017
  •  Denmark Wednesday 01 March 2017
  •  Poland Wednesday 29 March 2017
  •  Germany Monday 03 April 2017
  •  Spain Wednesday 19 April 2017
  •  Portugal Thursday 20 April 2017
  •  Sweden Thursday 27 April 2017