Serious & Organised Crime Forum - National & international crime strategies #saoc12
09 Nov 2012
Broadcast from London

Headline Speakers

Discover the strategies that are working to combat serious organised crime (SOC). The conference will focus on the importance of inter-agency cooperation and sharing of intelligence across borders.

This event will:

  • Give you the chance for candid discussion about the priorities for tackling SOC
  • Understand trends in particular types of crime and how you can best prepare and respond
  • Provide a briefing on how SOC will be handled within the new National Crime Agency
  • Help you work smarter and more collaboratively with intelligence agencies and embassies

Programme
09:50
Professor John Grieve CBE QPM, University of Portsmouth and London Metropolitan University
Welcome and introduction from conference Chair

10:05
Keith Bristow, QPM, Director General, National Crime Agency
Keynote address: Strategic cooperation in a time of reform

10:25
Troels Oerting, Assistant Director of Operations Europol
A European perspective

10:40
Michael Barton Temporary Chief Constable Durham and ACPO Intelligence lead
Information and intelligence sharing - Due to the sensitive nature of this presentation - it could not be broadcast and there is no video to view.

10:55
Stephen Otter QPM, Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary
Tackling Organised Crime: A HMIC perspective

11:10
Questions and discussion
11:30
Break
12:00
John Lyons, Chief Executive, International Cyber Security Protection Alliance
International engagement – a vital strategy in the fight against cyber-crime

12:15
Detective Chief Superintendent Mick McNally, Home Office Peer Review Lead, Ending Gang and Youth Violence
Gang and youth violence

12:30
Dr Nick Ridley, Senior lecturer at London Metropolitan University
People crime and borders

12:45
David Wood, Deputy Chief Executive, UK Borders Agency
People crime and borders

13:00
Mark Rowley, Assistant Commissioner, QPM Metropolitan Police
Emerging patterns in crime

13:20
Questions and discussion: Session 2
13:30
Supporter interview Jonathan Hamill
Regional Director Sepura PLC

14:30
Bernard Hogan Howe QPM, Commissioner, Metropolitan Police
Keynote address

14:50
Community safety
Don Brown, Assistant Director for Environment and Community Safety, Salford City Council

Commander Steve Rodhouse, Gangs and Organised Crime, Metropolitan Police

15:10
Jon Rush, Chief Superintendent, Greater Manchester Police
Collaboration

15:20
Questions and discussion: Session 3
15:40
Break
16:00
Key issue seminars
One of the following seminars will be broadcast live

16:00
The threat to children from sexual exploitation and abuse
Andy Morling, Head of Strategic Knowledge and Intelligence, CEOP

16:00
International economic crime
Gregory Mandoli, Assistant Attache London, Homeland Security Investigations, US Embassy

16:00
Engaging in a no grass culture
Sue Ritchie, Director, Mutual Gain

16:00
What next in the fight against gangs?
Tim Champion, Trident

16:45
End of broadcast