Tackling Organised Crime in Partnership
Venue: Central London Location
|Event Date/Time: Oct 19, 2004||End Date/Time: Oct 20, 2004|
|Registration Date: Sep 01, 2004|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 01, 2004|
Over two full days, delegates from the public and private sectors will work together in a series of interactive workshops and plenary sessions with the aim of producing viable and quantifiable models and solutions for tackling organised crime in partnership. Q&A sessions will allow interaction with panellists and speakers and focused workshops will develop the conference themes to provide recommendations and solutions that will be discussed in the Congress plenary sessions.
Invited speakers include: David Blunkett, Home Secretary, Bill Hughes, Director General, NCS and Peter Hampson, Director General, NCIS.
There are four main themes for the 2004 congress:
The Challenge: Understanding the threat from organised crime
Protection: Creating a hostile environment for organised crime
Helping Ourselves: How can success against organised crime be measured?
The Future: Overcoming the barriers and exploiting opportunities to create effective partnerships
Who should attend and Why?
If you are concerned with the harm caused by organised crime then you should attend. Delegates of this event will gain valuable insight to the extent and the reach of criminal activities. They will be afforded unique opportunities to liaise with senior level government officials, law enforcement personnel and business leaders tasked with combating organised crime. Delegates will be able to network with their peers allowing relationships to be built and furthered in an environment conducive to achieving a real, solid base in which to tackle the threat to business from crime.
Over 350 senior level delegates are expected to attend. The event is likely to be oversubscribed, as it was in 2003. Delegates are encouraged to register early to confirm a place at the congress.
Private Sector - £795 + VAT. Public Sector - £595 + VAT.
Early Bird rates apply until September 1, 2004!
Private Sector - £645 + VAT. Public Sector - £445 + VAT