To be sure, there are close links between social deprivation, urban disorder, and crime, but concentrating on disorder as the main cause of crime ignores the direct relationship between, on the one hand, the spatial concentration of social deprivation, the associated weakening of social cohesion, and the strengthening of subcultural orientations among juveniles and, on the other hand, the greater propensity for violence and fear of crime that results. The empirical findings presented here permit an important initial conclusion: dramatisation of the situation is justified by developments in neither "objective" nor the "subjective" security.
A not easily definable rise in violent crime is almost entirely limited to children and adolescents - an age group admittedly at particular risk from a developmental point of view. This vindicates the current practice of focusing on these age groups in crime prevention. What is more, the limited spatial distribution of juvenile delinquency and of the fear of crime within cities suggests a need for greater spatial concentration of crime prevention measures. This, too, is common practice. Conversely, this also means that many prevention campaigns in smaller, rural communities must be seen as less urgent; and any clear focus on crime and insecurity is often lacking for want of corresponding problems.
Just as numerous and diverse as the causes of crime and the factors that influence it are the approaches taken to prevent it, which, especially as far as primary prevention is concerned, cannot be easily isolated from other areas of national and local policy. Concrete measures are often neither new nor exclusively directed towards crime reduction.
What is new, however, is the strategy to achieve greater effectiveness with the aid of "crime prevention councils" and "public order partnerships" than could be attained with isolated measures by bundling activities and coordinating the contributions of various players - true to the principle: "only everything works" Sherman : The minimum methodological requirements for meaningful evaluation research include setting theoretically well-founded and specific goals, forming experimental and control groups most usefully in random distribution , and carrying out data collection before the start and after termination of the preventive measures Sherman : This is the only way to discover relationships between causes and effects and to distinguish the effects of preventive measures from those of external influences.
The hurdles that have to be taken in empirically proving the effectiveness of crime prevention are, however, high, since the effect which societal factors scarcely amenable to influence have on crime and on the fear of crime is always far greater than that of the preventive measures taken. This is shown not only by the considerable fluctuations in crime and the fear of crime in Germany over recent years but also by the remarkable decline in crimes against life in the United States in the s, of which all that can be safely said is that it cannot be attributed to targeted crime prevention Blumstein et al.
However, if one renounces any attempt to assess prevention concepts in terms of effectiveness, crime prevention would be reduced to a symbolic policy primarily intended to impress the public. Finally, evaluation research facilitates the efficient allocation of scarce funding. CCTV reduced crime - but not violent crime, only car theft and theft from vehicles - by an average 4 per cent, whereas improved street lighting lowered crime by an average 20 per cent, at a fraction of the cost!
However, whether these important findings lead to any adjustment in crime prevention concepts, which in the United Kingdom rely very heavily on closed circuit television surveillance systems, is a decision not for researchers but politicians. I would like to thank the statistical offices of the participating municipalities and the Rhine-Sieg Transport Association for making the data available.
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Asking the Victims Pages Baurmann, M. How can safety and security sector benefit from new geolocation tools without infringing privacy rules and regulations? Cyberspace presents challenges that all governments and organizations must plan for. How can we work together to identify the indicators of a possible disruption and counter future attacks? How will the advances and convergence of emerging technologies shape a new era for law enforcement, where human and machine are tightly coupled together for various activities? How should our cyber framework and workforce competencies change to deal with these challenges?
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Before moving to the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology at the University of Kent in , he spent over 8 years at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, as an orchid specialist, include providing expert opinion on the trade and training wildlife inspectors. Since moving to DICE, he has worked on various aspects of the wildlife trade from livelihoods through to the first studies on wildlife trade on the darknet.
Choi oversees the graduate programs in Cybercrime Investigation and Cybersecurity. In addition, Dr. Choi is the President of the Center for Cybercrime Investigation and Cybersecurity, a federal level non-profit organization. As an international cyber-criminologist, Dr. Choi has been invited as a cybercrime expert for various cybercrime conferences. Embassy, Medellin, Colombia in He was also invited by a State Representative as a cybercrime and cybersecurity expert to testify in support of a cybersecurity bill for the Massachusetts Statehouse.
Choi has been rigorously conducting his own academic research, focusing on the intersection of human behavior and technology and how criminal justice can respond effectively to the challenges of cybercrime. In Mary was named as one of the top 50 most inspiring women in technology in Europe.
In she was inducted into the Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame, in recognition of her contribution to the information and cybersecurity sector. He has instigated multiple national and international investigations targeting child exploitation criminal networks and has delivered training to law enforcement officers in Australia and across the world.
He is the recipient of four Commissioners Certificates for his operational leadership and two Queensland Police Excellence awards for Child Protection Prevention. Justin has been a police officer with Sussex Police for 22 years. Justin was the Gold commander during the drone attack on the airport in December Justin led the policing response to the incident and is now working with airports across the UK in target hardening against drones.
Justin is both a Strategic and Tactical firearms Commander and was the Gold Commander for the Shoreham Air Disaster where 11 people were killed by an Air crash during a display at the Airshow. As one of the first on scene he led the response and recovery phase of the incident. Justin has worked in various roles across his career including, emergency response, prevention, investigations and Operations.
Nathan Scudder is a PhD candidate at the University of Canberra, Australia where he is researching the legal and policy implications for law enforcement of moving from traditional forensic DNA towards forensic genomics. His research considers the privacy and ethical dimensions, and public trust arguments, around making predictions from crime scene DNA. It also considers new intelligence tools using public genetic genealogy databases to track suspects. Nathan is a lawyer, and coordinates policy engagement for the Australian Federal Police.
He has worked for the AFP for twenty years, including as quality manager and in operations coordination at the Australian Federal Police forensic laboratory. From to , Mr Stevens was the Head of the Central Counter Terrorism Unit within the Belgian Federal Police where his responsibilities included the development, implementation and evaluation of the national security plan for terrorism. He also chaired the Belgian private-public cooperation working group on terrorism. In , he founded PrivyLink International Ltd, a spin-off company of the National University of Singapore, specializing in e-security technologies for homeland security and financial systems.
Prof Lam received his B. Trendwatcher, futurist and international keynote speaker Richard van Hooijdonk takes you on a journey to an inspiring future that will dramatically change the way we live and work. How do we adapt in time so that we can live safely in the world of tomorrow? With his international research team, he investigates technology trends and the social impact of these trends across many sectors and industries.
Research findings are published on a weekly basis in the form of compelling articles, e-books and whitepapers. Richard van Hooijdonk sat on the boards of various international organisations and founded a number of startups. He is a lecturer at European universities and holds over keynotes per year on how the future affects companies, organisations and entire industries.
He also leads Trendforce. As a chief superintendent at the Belgian federal judicial police, since Yve has been responsible for special operations, the coordination of police investigations and international police cooperation in the north-eastern district of Flanders.
Scope of this program is the increasing impact of technology on organized crime. The federal judicial police needs to be aware and must be capable to respond adequately. Technological skills need to be acquired and deployed in the organization. New investigative methodologies, means and a flexible structure must be put in place.
Before joining AOA, Ami was the Vice President for Product and Business development in Cyberbit where he was responsible for strategic alliances, product development and handling major accounts. Ami quit the IDF in and holds the rank of Colonel reserve. A firm believer in the power of information, networking, collaboration and leveraging technology as an enabler, Mr.
He advocates a holistic integrated approach for public safety through capitalizing on the opportunities brought about by digital disruptions.
Prior to joining Huawei, Mr. During his time in Policing, Mr. Chiew held various appointments including senior investigation officer, commanding officer, assistant director of planning, senior assistant director of operations management; and senior deputy director of international cooperation and partnerships. Throughout this period, Mr. Chiew was involved in multi-disciplinary project teams looking at public safety transformation including the deployment of operational and technical systems covering command and control, communications, video surveillance and data analytics.
Chiew was also active in international cooperation and collaboration, working closely with many international police forces and law enforcement agencies. In Consulting, Mr. Chiew operated at the intersection of technology and public safety. He contributed to public safety assets development and undertook lead roles in projects looking at transformation and modernization of police and border management services. Chiew was involved in workflow and process optimization; strategic workforce planning, including target operating model and service delivery design.
A change management practitioner schooled in large scale transformation project delivery, Mr. Chiew has also helped organizations manage the risks and challenges associated with new system implementation across extended timelines, including the smooth transition of impacted stakeholders. Based in China, Mr. With his deep policing experience and understanding of public safety workflows and processes, Mr. Chiew works closely with governments to deploy Safe City Solutions throughout the region. Berndt Koerner was born on 21 April He graduated in Law at the University in Graz.
He started his professional career in as a civil servant working in the Aliens Department in the government of the province of Burgenland. In , he joined the Council of the EU, where he worked as a seconded national expert for Schengen evaluation until Phil, He has published in various peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes on topics relating to medieval history the focus of his doctorate. He was a member of the Singapore Administrative Service from His research interests include extremism, social resilience, cyber, and homeland defence.
He is currently completing a major book project relating to local Singapore politics forthcoming, National University of Singapore Press, Koh leads a global team of public safety scientists, experts and business architects in Huawei to support this major business segment. His team engages top public safety agencies globally to help them with high level ICT design to better counter evolving threats.
With nearly 30 years of policing experience in both operational and ICT, Mr. In , Mr. With his frontline policing experience and deep ICT knowledge, Mr. Koh helps customers to better understand their future challenges, trends, requirements and best practices. He joined SPF after graduation and held various appointments including senior investigation officer, head of crime prevention and community policing, police spokesman, and divisional head of operations and training. His last appointment was as head of the Computer Systems Division. Outside his work in Huawei, Mr. Koh is a Vice President of the Society for the Policing of Cyberspace POLCYB , an international nonprofit society that promotes global partnerships with international criminal justice and corporate agencies to combat and prevent cyberspace crimes.
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Koh was a visiting researcher at the China Public Security University. Koh was voted by the USA based Security. Mr Irakli Beridze is heading the UNICRI Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics with the objective to enhance understanding of the risk-benefit duality of AI through improved scientific and technological coordination, knowledge collection and dissemination, awareness-raising, global outreach activities from the perspective of crime prevention, justice and security.
He also initiated and organized number of high-level events at the United Nations General Assembly, and other international organizations. He found synergies with traditional threats and risks as well as identifying solutions that exponential technologies such as AI can contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals SDGs. He is responsible for initiating and organizing training, educational and mentoring programmes worldwide on AI and Robotics for wide range of stakeholders.
Irakli is a member of various international task forces and working groups, advising governments and international organizations on numerous issues related to international security, scientific and technological developments, emerging technologies, innovation and disruptive potential of new technologies, particularly advances in automation, on labour markets and on the jobs of the future.
He is frequently lecturing and speaking at the leading forums worldwide on the subjects related to technological developments, exponential technologies, artificial intelligence and robotics and international security. Ms Jannine van den Berg took on her present position as Chief Constable of the Central Division of the Netherlands Police, after working since as Deputy Commissioner for the newly formed national police.
In addition to its own independent tasks, the Central Division also carries out specialist tasks in support of the Regional Units and amongst others supporting and coordinating major operations; combating organised inter national crimes National Detective Squad , mounted police, sniffer dogs, forensic expertise; VIP protection; police work on the motorways, the railway network, on them water and in the air; combating all forms of serious violence and terrorism Special Interventions Division.
Ms Van den Berg has been with the police since after studying with the Netherlands Police Academy. Her first position was assigned senior police official for the city of Utrecht. She held various leading positions with the Regional police services. She was representative of the Works Council and Regional Consultations for a police union for intermediate and senior police officers and is presently chairperson of the Interpol European Committee.
Hinged on the four walls of Law Enforcement since the inception of his career till date Jerry started working with the Nigeria Police Force since as a Technical officer attached to the Inspector General of Police. In the subsequent years, Jerry built strong practical expertise on the use of drone technology to detect crime investigate crime and interrogate crime both on and offshore.
Jevon joined Police in Starting his career in Auckland he completed front-line, Communications and Maritime roles before shifting to the far south as a rural and provincial sole charge officer.
An opportunity to re-write rural officers work terms and conditions saw him move to Wellington and was followed by transfer to the Royal New Zealand Police College to run the promotion courses for Sergeant and Senior Sergeant ranks. The overarching strategy is about making great places to work, providing the communities technologies, services and buildings which allow Police to maintain a high level of confidence of the public. He provides leadership in advocacy and strategic partnerships with government agencies and strategic partners across the world for co-creation of innovative solutions for smart and safer cities.
He spent 12 years in the Singapore Armed Forces in various command and staff roles, followed by 8 years in the Military Security Department MSD focusing on security policy, regulations, operations and assessment. He then spent 3 years in ST Engineering in strategic planning and risk assessment for cyber security, with a focus in industrial control systems. In , he conducted risk assessments of the industrial control systems within water plants for a water agency in Singapore. She has been a strategic advisor on artificial intelligence, smart cities and fintech to leading corporations and governments.
Ayesha is also the Founder of 21C GIRLS, a charity that delivers free coding and artificial intelligence classes to girls in Singapore, and founded the Empower: AI for Singapore national movement, which aims to teach all youth in the country the basics of artificial intelligence.
Ayesha was co-founder of the Hybrid Reality Institute, a research and advisory group established to analyze the social and economic impact of accelerating technologies. She has presented at major financial, technology and other industry conferences, provided high level government briefings, chaired symposiums such as AI Asia, and spoken at TEDx events.
She is an advisor to the startups Octa a chatbot for young travellers and Arro a delivery robot for sports. Kvigne is a graduate of the University of Oslo with a degree in Law. During this period, she was also Acting Director of the department of Specialized Crime and Analysis for a period of one year. On return to Norway in , Ms.
In May , she was appointed head of the Police Immigration Service, a position she held until august when she took up her current post as head of the Police Development Department in the National Police Directorate. Seungwon Shin received the B. Before joining KAIST, he spent nine years at industry, where he devised several mission critical networking and security systems. Prior to this, served for 30 years with the Australian Federal Police.
During his career, he worked in a variety of fields, including organised crime, counter narcotic operations, anti-money laundering, overseas liaison, counter terrorism, international operations, intelligence and high tech crime operations. This regional position was responsible for risk and security across the Asia Pacific. Involved in numerous change management projects. Awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in for his leadership of the Bali bombing investigation and the Australian Police Medal in in recognition of distinguished service.
Christian also oversees globally cyber threat intelligence, vulnerability management, threat modeling, reporting and analysis to provide the bank with risk awareness that inform and enable the timely understanding, mitigation and response to threats. Also in his role, Christian conducts security research and excellence activities in thought leadership specifically in the area of security and cybercrime. Towson began his career with Abbott on April of Prior to arriving at Abbott Mr.
Towson now resides in Chicago, Illinois. ISACA is an independent, non-profit, global association that provides practical guidance, benchmarks and other effective tools for all enterprises that use information systems. ISACA defines the roles of information systems governance, security, audit and assurance professionals worldwide. ISACA Singapore also engages with local polytechnic as well as universities to spread awareness and equip fresh talent with the basic knowledge of information systems governance, security, audit, and assurance.
Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium. The Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium is a platform for engagement between industry, academia and government agencies to encourage use-inspired research, translation, manpower training and technology awareness in the area of cybersecurity.
The Consortium membership is open to Singapore-incorporated companies with interest and expertise in cybersecurity. Resulting joint projects could be considered for seed funding by the Consortium. Net is a website in French language focused in biometric technologies. Net provide: free information on biometrics: solutions, articles, industry news, legislation, useful links, related events calendar, press releases….
GS1 Singapore. GS1 Singapore is part of the not-for-profit GS1 organisation based in Belgium, Brussels with offices in countries and is affiliated to the Singapore Manufacturing Federation. GS1 Singapore has more than 2, member companies across multiple sectors and is working with organisations and public agencies to promote and drive adoption of standards, helping Singapore companies improve their competitiveness, operational efficiencies and supply chain management. He is a Result-driven IT executive specializing in law enforcement technology and digital disruption.
Chris has a proven track record of implementing innovative technology solutions and programs to deliver measurable improvement in operational efficiency and effectiveness within police agencies worldwide. Chris is the recipient of several Police Commissioners Medals and many other awards and accolades from the digital world for innovation in law enforcement. Before joining the GSMA, Dongwook worked as a research engineer in the department of technology strategy at KT, overseeing and formulating strategies in networks and next generation media.
He holds a B. He is currently Ph. Ged has been a member of Victoria Police Force for approximately 33 years and he has performed duties in general operations, disaster management, marine policing, criminal investigations, intelligence and counter terrorism operations. Ged was involved in establishing the Victoria Police Counter Terrorism Coordination Unit and was the project manager responsible for introducing a digital radio network for Victoria Police. Ged actively researches new and evolving technologies that impact on police operations and is regularly invited to conferences around the world to speak about his work.
He is currently completing a PhD at Melbourne University in regards to the next generation emergency management systems and procedures. He leads a team of 16 experts with a diverse background varying from full stack developers, to aerospace and robotics and AI experts. In his previous role, Gokul was leading the computer vision team for a UAV startup, focusing on Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance applications. Prior to that, he also gained corporate industry experience from working for GE as a robotics engineer. Oleg Gorobets has worked in the IT field for more than two decades.
A former technology journalist and editor, Oleg also has extensive practical experience as an IT systems manager and administrator. He studied the cryptography at University of Tsukuba for 10 years. His study was focused on theoretical proofs, elliptic curve cryptography, and quantum key transfer. His main research field is cryptographic technologies and long-term key management. He had worked for building public root certificate authority, and also deploying cryptographies on IoT devices. His current focus is a cryptographic and security transition plan toward quantum computers era.
Adam is an applied ethicist, working on areas that cross over between ethics, technology and security. His research concerns ethical and philosophical analyses of information technology and its uses, military ethics and on relations between ethics and national security. He has published on surveillance, emerging military technologies and intelligence and cyberspace.
He is also interested in moral psychology, experimental philosophy and their relations to decision making and policy development. In , after working in science and innovation policy, Mr. This was the beginning of a transformational period for the AFP as Australia met the rapidly emerging challenge of international terrorism.
Reedy recently moved to the private sector. He is the founder of 4th Street Global, a world leader in forensic evidence strategy and services that focuses on revealing the story that forensic data has to tell.
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Peter was a sworn police officer with the Victoria Police Force for 18 years from He completed specialist training in investigations and intelligence and was promoted to specialist roles representing Victoria Police interests in the development of national ICT capabilities.
Peter has facilitated national and international law enforcement events, including most recently a workshop involving senior executives from multiple Australian partner agencies in the development of a new National Maritime Strategy. This facilitation employed an agile approach, encouraging participation and collaboration between the various diverse agencies represented.
He is married, has four children and live in Canberra. As well as sailing, his interests are skiing, golf and travel. Gikui W. She joined the Office in and has been involved in the prosecution of wildlife matters since, an experience of over 8 years. Gichuhi was one of the prosecutors selected in to establish a specialized Division to deal with the growing menace of wildlife poaching and trafficking, and spearhead an interagency approach in combating wildlife trafficking.
Further, she has experience in prosecuting criminal matters both in the lower and superior courts. As part of the Executive Secretariat in the ODPP she has had experience in formulating policy for the ODPP, engaging development partners in collaborative projects and organizing capacity building efforts with stakeholders. She is a believer in the rule of law and the need for effective interagency cooperation within the criminal justice sector.
TOC groups respect no geographical or legal boundaries. Driven by profit and power, they exploit any available opportunities for their means, creating a myriad of threats to vulnerable communities worldwide and to the planet. For example, they utilize social engineering and other strategies, to steal, extort, blackmail and terrorize throughout the techno ecosystem. TOC groups are the early adopters of emerging technologies and commonly use enhanced methods of encrypted communication, anonymous networks and the routing of illicit funds, which poses increasing challenges for an efficient law-enforcement response.
How can the law-enforcement community keep up with these rapidly evolving threats and mitigate the actions of TOC groups? As part of her teaching responsibilities, she curates the Lee Kuan Yew School Course, a core module for new Masters students that asks the big questions of public policy, using Singapore as an illustrative case study.
Before joining the School, Cheryl worked in the Singapore Government where she led futures projects across several ministry portfolios for 8 years. There, she led projects exploring the industry development potential of trends such as big data, and 3D-printing.
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She also designed, developed, and delivered their in-house training programme, Futurecraft, focussing on foresight communication. Dr Gladyshev has been working with the Law Enforcement since when he designed the first cybercrime training course for Irish national police force.
He is the cybercrime department editor for the IEEE Security and Privacy Magazine and participates in the production of several other academic journals in the field of digital forensics and cybercrime investigation. In , Prof. He usually works in multidisciplinary settings to which he contributes methods drawn from fields like Machine Learning, Network Analytics, or Information Retrieval and Text Mining. At the moment, he primarily works on novel methods for analyzing the structure and dynamics of cryptocurrency ecosystems, with a special focus on Post-Bitcoin cryptocurrencies such as Monero or Zcash.
Michaud acquired a wealth of experience in specialized investigative units under the Federal Policing remit. Michaud is committed to excellence in law enforcement leadership and management. Mark P. Educated in Germany and the United States in economics and aeronautics, he has spent almost two decades consulting in those two fields and works in many nations across the globe, primarily in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. His clients include various international government bodies as well as governments and participants of the air transport system.
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He encourages and acts as an active link between the research environment of the company and customers, involving them in the development of new products and features. He currently still holds the chair in technology gaps on board. She has been working in the law enforcement field for more than 15 years and has held various senior executive positions within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada.
Karene has a solid research and strategic background in the security and intelligence field. She has led various teams in the development of a wide range of strategic, policy, intelligence and operational products; including the development of tools that allow for operational and strategic decision making. Co-authored TODA protocol, a communication layer with cybersecurity by design. Toufi is a globally renowned expert and speaker with special focus on the intersection of Cryptography, and AI.
Toufi is a serial technopreneur, built 15 startups, failed 11 times, succeeded 3, some ended up at Google, HP and his last AI startup became an Intel company not yet an exit. He is a seasoned police officer with over 27 years of experience in strategic, tactical and operational matters primarily focused on serious and organized crime. Mr Stanfield has had several overseas postings in Europe and Africa. This included setting up multi-functional, cross agency crime teams to tackle a variety of national, regional and trans-national security threats, ranging from specialist child protection teams to organized crime and anti-corruption units.
Arshia is an experienced technology professional who has worked in the mobile and IT space with Nokia and Microsoft over the last ten years. Arshia is a member of a number of EU wide initiatives focused emerging mobility systems including the recently formed Urban Air Mobility consortium and the European AI alliance. Arshia is a frequent speaker on topics involving AI and ethics, human-centric intelligent systems and the experience of being a non-technical founder creating deep tech start-ups.
Arshia is an avid supporter of women in technology and evangelises the importance of encouraging girls to enter the STEAM stream where arts also play a significant role. Arshia has two children and lives in London. Cybercrime How can we change our rules and regulations to allow us to investigate cybercrime and what outcomes could we expect? A new paradigm, in which government and law enforcement efforts to tackle the cybercrime and disrupting cyber criminals is very intermittent and has been portrayed as ineffective by media and various community interest groups. With a low cost of entry and little risk of prosecution, traditional organized crime groups are turning to cyber as a more attractive option for illicit gains in an environment of reduced risk.
Collectively we need to change our approach, and shake off some of the challenges, and limitations that prevent us from effectively tackling cybercrime. An evolution is needed globally to change policy, legislation and regulation to be more effective in this digital age and to protect the e-commerce and global markets. Could we see a global Court for Cyber that defines a framework of operations for an independent global law enforcement agency to address this menace in the future?
Or what other strategies should we focus on?