Tackling Organised Crime in Partnership 2006 (TOCP2006)

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 22, 2006 End Date/Time: Nov 23, 2006
Registration Date: Nov 15, 2006
Early Registration Date: Sep 22, 2006
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Description

Conference Topics for 2006

Reducing the threat and preventing harm against:

· The citizen · Business · Public sector organisations



Combating and disrupting specific threats from serious and organised crime:

· Immigration crime · Identity theft · Computer crime · Financial crime · Serious fraud · Money laundering

· Drug Crime · VAT and carousel fraud · Transport · Counterfeiting



Intelligence:

· What are the latest organised crime trends? · Making the best use of business/organisational intelligence and data · Intelligence gathering

· Analysing data to identify patterns and relationships · Knowledge and data sharing · Data protection act · Compliance



Evidence gathering and prosecution:

· Prosecuting cases of serious crime and fraud · The use of Forensics · Investigation techniques



Improving and facilitating partnership:

· How can business improve its working relationship with central agencies and local law enforcement? · How can we best tackle the serious and organised crime that transcends local borders and slips under the radar at a national level? · How can we better protect local economies?



Building efficient law enforcement capability and capacity:

Following changes in legislation and the merging of national agencies, many forces are restructuring their serious and organised crime departments to increase performance and put specialist teams in place to tackle organised criminal enterprises operating throughout the UK. In order to stay one step ahead of organised crime, police forces are forging closer liaison with other forces, national agencies and other partners, with the sole intention of disrupting and dismantling organised criminal networks.



· The role of SOCA in combating serious and organised crime · How should police forces throughout England and Wales be structured and how will they conduct their organised crime response in future? · The impact of the introduction of Strategic Forces with newly configured Protective Services (Level 2) · Sharing information across police force intelligence databases, national agencies and other strategic partners · Improving regional collaboration · Meeting the demands of both the Neighbourhood Policing Agenda and properly resourcing Level 2 capabilities · Working within the National Intelligence Model (NIM) in the context of Level 2 crime - Are current performance indicators appropriate, and indeed meaningful? · Recognising the increasing sophistication of the international, national and regional organised criminality channels · The potential for the Workforce Modernisation Programme to impact on the private sector’s relationship with the Police, such as directly recruiting senior or specialist officers to the Service, and working with third parties in such areas as fraud investigations and forensic services.

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