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30 NOV - 3 DEC 2020
VIRTUAL EVENT

Protecting CNI & Crowded Places and Adapting Law & Order

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Protecting CNI & Crowded Places and Adapting Law & Order

Protecting CNI & Crowded Places and Adapting Law & Order

Serious and Organised Crime has adapted to the pandemic but our law enforcement agencies are having greater successes, we look at why and how things need to adapt.  We get a unique insight into issues that are affecting policing on the ground today and get to understand the UK Governments priorities for innovation before spending some time looking at securing critical national infrastructure, Security for Public Places / Crowded Places. The lessons from that can be applied anywhere and should set the gold standard. 

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02 Dec 2020
  1. An introduction and welcome to Day Three from Former Security Minister, Admiral the Rt. Hon. Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC PC
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  2. The Government has a number of priority projects where they require input from industry and solutions to problems. JSaRC is the interface between those Home Office organisations who need help from indistry and industry itself.
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  3. Commissioner Ian Dyson heads the City of London Police who are the national and European lead for financial crime and associate cyber crime.
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  4. Looking at Policy, implemetations from a CNI capability and from a wider Cyber perspective, this discussion will provide a clear undersatanding of the threats and mitigations that must be considered.
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  5. The Coronavirus pandemic may become an irresistible catalyst for change in security screening.   It is clear to most people that such traditional security screening approaches are not appropriate in a world where we are at risk of widespread infectious disease. 
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  6. One of the principals of security is for it to be designed in from the outset. How important is this and how can it be implemented in practice is what will be examined in this discussion.
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  7. Law enforcement is changing as the nature of crime changes. Somehow criminals manage to adapt their 'business' plans quickly to meet new conditions such as a pandemic, but how should law enforcement adapt?
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  8. Serious and Organised crime impacts our prison systems, not just with perpetrators being locked up but the continuation of their activities and netowrks from behind bars.
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