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Andrea Giménez-Salinas Framis

Professor of Criminology, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

Andrea Giménez-Salinas Framis is professor of Criminology in the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (Madrid, Spain) and President of the Foundation for Applied Research on Crime and Security (FIADyS).

She has been lecturer and researcher in the University of Castilla-La Mancha and University Autónoma of Madrid (Institute of Forensic Sciences and Security). She teaches postgraduate studies regularly in different Universities and is an Academic Board member of the International PHD in Criminology coordinated by Transcrime.

Andrea is the former President of the Spanish Society of Criminological Research (2009-2011). She has coordinated and participated in more than 27 national and European research projects and has been evaluator of 7FP proposals for the EU Commission. She received the Order of Merit from the Spanish police Guardia Civil (white badge) in 2016 and, with other members of the research team, the medal for the Penitentiary Social Merit in 2011.

She is an expert in organised crime in several research fields: criminal organisations, illegal markets (specially on human and drug trafficking), infiltration of the economy and political institutions by organised crime and transnational dimensions. She has also conducted research projects in other fields such as private and public security, terrorism financing, corruption and hate crimes.

Andrea holds a Phd in Law and Criminology from the University of Castilla-La Mancha and an Msc in Criminology from the University of Montreal.

Publications
  • Gimenez-Salinas Framis, A. (2020). Delincuencia organizada Transnacional. Madrid: Síntesis.
  • Pérez-Ramírez, M., Sánchez López, M., Giménez-Salinas Framís, A., y De Juan Espinosa, M. (2018). Stranger rape: Classifying Spanish sexual offences using Multiple Correspondence and Cluster analyses. Journal of Sexual Aggressino, 24(2), 225-239.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A. (2017). “Organized crime: a framework concept”. In Legind, H, Blanco, J.M. Pastor, R. y Yager, R. R. (Ed). Using Open Data to Detect Organized Crime Threats: Factors Driving Future Crime, 3-23. New York: Springer.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A. y Fernández Regadera, S. (2016). Static and Dynamic Approaches of a Drug Trafficking Network, 187-211. In Leclerc, B. y Savona, E.U. Crime Prevention in the 21st Century. New York: Springer.
  • Giménez-Salinas Framis, A. y Fernández Regadera, S. (2016). “Multiple affiliations in criminal organizations: analysis of a Spanish sample”. Crime, Law and Social Change, 65 (1), 47-65.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A. y González Álvarez, J.L. (2015). Investigación criminal: principios, técnicas y aplicaciones. Madrid: Lid. ISBN: 978-84-8356-920-7.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A (2014). La prevención situacional y la criminalidad organizada: una conjunción problemática. In Miró Llinares, Agustina, J.R., Medina Sarmiento, J.E. y Summers, J.E. (ed). Crimen, Oportunidad y vida diaria. Libro homenaje al profesor Marcus Felson.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A. (2014). Illegal Networks on Criminal Organizations: Structure, power and facilitators in four cocaine trafficking networks. In C. Morselli (ed.). Crime and Networks, 8, Nueva York: Routledge, 131-148.
  • Gimenez-Salinas Framis, A. (2013). Perception and establishment of Italian criminal organisations in Sain, in Calderoni, F., Canappelle, S., Esposito, M. y Savona, E. The perception of the Italian mafias abroad and foreign organized crime in Italy, 1(3), 69-90.
  • Giménez-Salinas Framis, A. (2013). El impacto y consecuencias del crimen organizado: ¿quiénes son las víctimas? In Villacampa, C. (coord.). La delincuencia organizada: un reto de la política criminal actual, 229-229. Madrid: Thomson Reuters.
  • Gimenez-Salinas, A., Requena, L. y De la Corte, L. (2013). The profile of a sample of criminal organizations in Spain during the last decade. In Van Duyne, P. C., Harvey, J., Antonopoulos, G. A., Von Lampe, K., Majevic, A., Spencer, J. Human dimensions in organized crime, money laundering and corruption, 121-148. The Hague: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A. (2012). La delincuencia organizada en Europa. En La Lucha contra el crimen organizado en la Unión Europea, vol 48, 11-33. CESEDEN: Ministerio de Defensa.
  • Giménez-Salinas, A., Ramón Ojeda, H., Nieto Corominas, L, Martinez Antón y Fernández Regadera, S. (2012). “Estructuras y liderazgo en cuatro redes españolas dedicadas al tráfico de drogas”. Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica, 10
  • Giménez-Salinas, A., L., Requena, y L. de la Corte. (2011). ¿Existe un perfil de delincuente organizado? Exploración a partir de una muestra española, Revista Electronica de Ciencia Penal y Criminología,(13), 3.
  • De la Corte, L., y Giménez-Salinas, A. (2010). Crimen. org: Evolución y claves de la delincuencia organizada. Barcelona: Ariel, ISBN978-84-344-6936-5