Events: projects & programmes
9 May The Future Threat Landscape: The Benefits of Information Sharing Breakfast Briefing
The briefing will explore the threats to national security that can be expected to emerge in the medium term, and the scope – and the challenges – for information sharing between the public and private sectors that will help to develop effective responses in an increasingly networked world.
Speaker: Sir Ian Andrews CBE TD, Chairman SOCA.
14 May Organised Crime: Business Challenges and Responses Roundtable
The roundtable will provide an opportunity for key businesses to be updated on the latest trends and activities in organised crime, both in London and wider afield, and to discuss ways in which joint working between the commercial and law-enforcement sectors can be further improved based on examples of success.
Chair: Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt, Crime Operations, Metropolitan Police Service.
Key-note: Michael Rauschenbach, Head of Serious and Organised Crime, EUROPOL (Topic: EUROPOL’s 2013 Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment).
Other speakers include:
Gavin Windsor, Managing Director, Cash-in-Transit Group, BSIA (Topic: Success of CVIT Strategies)
Ruth Orchard, Director General, The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (Topic: Anti-Counterfeiting – Operational Perspectives).
Michael Levi, Professor of Criminology, University of Cardiff (Topic: Crime Reduction Partnership Mapping).
Rob Ormsby, Head, Anti-Kidnap & Extortion Unit, SOCA (Topic: Tackling the Kidnap and Ransom Market).
Sponsor: Palantir Technologies Ltd
23 May Fourth OSAC Spring Seminar in partnership with London First. Conference
This is the fourth annual event organised by OSAC and London First. The theme this year is business crime and will look at security and policing, commercial impact and academic assessment. Speakers will come from SOCA, Metropolitan Police, British Transport Police, and the British Retail Consortium.
Chair: Doug Quiram (OSAC/RSO US Embassy, London) and Sir David Veness CBE QPM (Chairman, Security & Resilience Programme, London First).
Key-note: Stephen Kavanagh QPM, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service (Designate Chief Constable, Essex Police)
Other speakers include:
Keith Bristow QPM, Director General, National Crime Agency
Paul Crowther, Deputy Chief Constable, British Transport Police
Stephen Head, Commander, City of London Police
Rodolfo G Giaz, Chief Operating Officer, PICA Corporation
Hagai Segal, Lecturer in Modern Near and Middle Eastern Politics, New York University
Catherine Bowen, Crime Policy Adviser, British Retail Consortium
13 June MetChange and Total Policing. Breakfast Briefing
A review of the situation and progress of change with the MPS in the light of challenges and opportunities.
Speaker: Commissioner of the Metropolis of London Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM.
Sponsor: Deloitte LLP
Forthcoming Events (tbc)
- Designing out crime in city planning (Briefing), tbc
- Advisory Panel: Using Technology (Workshop), 17 Jul
- Human Security: Coping with demographic change, racial tensions, immigration, unemployment, and the wealth gap (Roundtable), 17 Sep
- Use of social media in tackling crime and managing crises (Briefing), tbc
- Trends in fraud, including cyber fraud, and anti-fraud measures (Roundtable), tbc
- Reputational Resilience (Briefing), tbc
- Physical Security: Protecting infrastructure from major disruptions (Round-table with EWI)
- Advisory Panel: Business Crime (Workshop), tbc
- Designing out crime in city planning (Roundtable), tbc
- Advisory Panel: World Cities (Workshop), tbc
- Shaping Public Attitudes to Risk (Briefing), tbc
- ‘World Cities: Making cities safe, secure & resilient for the future’ (International conference
For a list of our past events, please click here