PRLog - May 1, 2012 - AYLESBURY, U.K. -- The day features experts from the world of policing, industry and academia who will look at the impact of increasing globalisation and the growth of technology on traditional policing methods.
Serious & Organised Crime Conference
The conference will provide a unique insight into how policing can meet the challenges of Serious and Organised Crime and provide practical advice to police investigators on the frontline.
Det Supt Neil Malkin, Durham Constabulary and ACPO Homicide Working Group ‘SIO of the year’ – a regional approach to Serious and Organised Crime – how force collaborations could improve the policing response
Gary Shaw, MBE, National Interview Advisor and ACPO Investigative Interviewing Steering Group – interview strategies for multiple members of organised crime groups
Kevin Bampton, Head of School of Law and Criminology, University of Derby – transnational crime; legal aspects and challenges
Gerry Doyle, financial investigator and a former West Midlands Police detective – asset recovery and its role in serious and organised crime cases – best practice and case studies
Ian Hynes, Greater Manchester Police Major Crime Team – best practice in using super grasses or Covert Human Intelligence Sources in serious and organised crime cases
University of Derby, Devonshire Royal Campus, Devonshire Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6RY
Cost: £85 per delegate
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