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Programme now live - 12TH INTERNATIONAL CRIME SCIENCE CONFERENCE

4th July 2018, British Library, LONDON

This year's conference theme is "Trafficking and exploitation: using science and technology to tackle one of the world’s greatest crime problems."

   

We are delighted to announce that there is a special half-price fee this year at £99 for the Early Bird Rate.

      

This year’s event will focus on identifying, responding and adapting to the challenges posed by human trafficking and modern slavery in their various forms – including labour exploitation, sexual exploitation and forced criminality such as county lines. Breaking down silos between related fields, the event will also highlight important developments in other organised crimes such as drugs trafficking. Presentations will cover organised crime networks, cybercrime, forensic science, NGO responses, evidence-based policing, cutting-edge technological developments and the use of big data.

 

The programme can now be viewed by clicking here  

 

 

Confirmed speakers now include:

 

Keynotes:

 

Kevin Hyland, OBE, Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner

Sir Bernard Silverman, Professor of Modern Slavery Statistics, University of Nottingham

Dr Aili Malm, California State University, USA

Dr Ella Cockbain, UCL Security and Crime Science


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