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Cyber Crime, Fraud, Money laundering, people trafficking and the abhorrent abuse of children by crime gangs are all difficult topics to discuss but they will be tackled in the first International Serious and Organised Crime Summit on 4th December 2019.  This event is by application only and will be very oversubscribed, so early applications are the only way to guarantee a place.  The former Chief Constable of Derbyshire Police, Mick Creedon will be on a panel discussing technology and financial crime.

DI Mark Haddow is one of the UK’s leading detectives in the fight to stop the sexual exploitation of children and will give his thoughts on the abhorrent crime.

Whilst the NCA have informed the structure of the Summit its international credentials will be clear through senior FBI representation and other international organisations including the Australian National Policy Institute represented by Dr John Coyne.  A leading light with INTERPOL in Africa, Jerry Akubo who is the Nigerian Police, national technical officer will explain the role of developing technological challenges in dealing with Serious and Organised Crime in Nigeria.

There is another sinister side to Serious and Organised Crime and that is its links to terror.  Philip Ingram MBE a former senior military intelligence officer will explain the links in the terror threat in Northern Ireland and chair a panel drilling into the subject with a former senior PSNI Officer and other international experts.

The Global Serious & Organised Crime Summit is by application only, all submissions are reviewed and you will be notified if your application is successful. You will also need to be registered for International Security Expo 2019 to attend.

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Day 2

4th December

TimeSession TitleSpeaker
10:00 - 10:10

Welcome from the Chair & Introduction to first session

Paul Peachey, Former Senior Crime Correspondent with Independent

10:10 - 11:10

Establishing a single whole system approach
NCA Annual Report - review of current strategy
FBI and Cyber Crime
Fraud & Economic Crime - the Future
Panel discussion & Q&A

 

11:10 - 11:35

The role of the private sector in tackling organised crime

Hugo Rosemont, Director - Security & Resilience, ADS

11:35 - 11:50

Break

 
11:50 - 12:20

Keynote: The Use of Technology & Innovation in fighting Organised Crime in Nigeria

Jerry Akubo, National Technical Officer, NCB Abuja

12:20 - 12:45

Cyber crime & its impact

Laura Stockwell, Operations Director, Leadership through Data

12:45 - 13:15

Multi Agency Public Protection & Serious Crime

DI Mark Haddow, Detective Inspector, Norfolk Constabulory

13:15 - 14:00

Lord West VIP Lunch

 
14:00 - 15:00

Panel: Serious and Organised Crime hand in hand with Terror
9th Richest Terror Organisation on the Globe - The New IRA
Follow the Money - Funding Islamist Extremism
Defeating Terror through criminal investigations
Panel discussion & Q&A

Philip  Ingram MBE
Roy McComb, Deputy Director NCA (retired)

15:00 - 16:00

Panel: Serious and Organised Crime and Money
Is fraud still treated like a skeleton in the closet
It's all about money - Financial drive at the core of serious and organised crime
Enhancing investigative techniques through technology

Peter Taylor, Investigator (The Fraud Guy)
Helena Wood, Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies, RUSI
Mick Creedon, Former Chief Constable, Derbyshire Police