تحت رعاية صاحب السمو الشيخ محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم نائب رئيس الدولة رئيس مجلس الوزراء حاكم دبي

Under the Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai

7 - 9 March 2023 Dubai World Trade Centre
Za’abeel Halls 4 - 6

Hosted by

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a fall in crime rates around the world. Whilst some forms of crime declined, other forms, such as cybercrime and money laundering, have emerged and heightened elsewhere. In addition to enforcing lockdown protocols, law enforcement agencies are now tasked to solve a multitude of crime forms augmenting the reliance on digital technologies for real-time criminal intelligence and faster response to crime incidents.

Despite these challenges, law enforcement units are equipped to adapt to the changing threat landscape and mitigate next generation crime through novel cross-border partnership models, forward-looking training programmes and enhanced community relations. Taking place from 14 – 15 March 2022, the WPS Crime Prevention Conference will gather global leaders from the law enforcement ecosystem to strategise and lay the foundation to creating a safer and more secure world.

CONFERENCE THEMES INCLUDE
  • International cooperation
  • Cybercrime
  • Law enforcement during pandemics
  • Financial crimes
  • Human trafficking
  • Women in law enforcement
  • DAY - 1
  • DAY - 2

08:30 - 09:15

Opening ceremony

08:30 –09:00 | VIPs Arrival

09:00 – 09:10 | Welcome remarks by Dubai Police

09:10 – 09:15 | Welcome video

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Opening ceremony

08:30 –09:00 | VIPs Arrival

09:00 – 09:10 | Welcome remarks by Dubai Police

09:10 – 09:15 | Welcome video

09:20 - 09:50

Redefining police leadership in the age of innovation

Keynote | Room A

Evolving socio-economic contexts have brought significant change to law enforcement around the world. With technology taking the centre stage, how can police and law enforcement leaders adopt innovative approaches to remain better prepared for the future? How can police leaders transform existing standards and strategies to mitigate changing crime forms and gain community trust? And what must police leaders do today to embrace innovation to gain greater insights into public safety and security?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for police and law enforcement leaders to fathom the significance of adapting to technological advances and the proactive approaches that must be embraced today to transform police forces for the future.

Chris Riddell

Digital Futurist

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Redefining police leadership in the age of innovation

Keynote | Room A

Evolving socio-economic contexts have brought significant change to law enforcement around the world. With technology taking the centre stage, how can police and law enforcement leaders adopt innovative approaches to remain better prepared for the future? How can police leaders transform existing standards and strategies to mitigate changing crime forms and gain community trust? And what must police leaders do today to embrace innovation to gain greater insights into public safety and security?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for police and law enforcement leaders to fathom the significance of adapting to technological advances and the proactive approaches that must be embraced today to transform police forces for the future.

Chris Riddell

Digital Futurist

09:55 - 10:40

Future of policing: What needs to be done today to prevent crimes of tomorrow

Leadership Panel | Room A

Changing economic and geopolitical issues have amplified the roles and responsibilities of policing across the world. As countries advance, how are police leaders directing their forces to uphold national security, prevent crime, and enhance public trust? What are the key challenges facing the police in the post-pandemic period and what strategies are required to counter multiple transnational threats, including terrorism, the growth of international criminal networks, people trafficking, the opioid epidemic, and cybercrime?

Attendee insights:

This high-level session will shed light on the role of leadership in policing and how governments are transforming their law enforcement agencies into multifaceted entities that can not only safeguard national security but also advance safety and security worldwide.

Panelists:

Maj. Gen. Dr. Ahmed Naser Al Raisi

President

INTERPOL

Commissioner Luís Carrilho

Police Adviser

United Nations

Dwight Henninger

President

International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

Hanneke Ekelmans

Deputy Commissioner (HoD), Force Command Team

Netherlands Police

Moderator:

Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham

International TV Presenter and Host

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Future of policing: What needs to be done today to prevent crimes of tomorrow

Leadership Panel | Room A

Changing economic and geopolitical issues have amplified the roles and responsibilities of policing across the world. As countries advance, how are police leaders directing their forces to uphold national security, prevent crime, and enhance public trust? What are the key challenges facing the police in the post-pandemic period and what strategies are required to counter multiple transnational threats, including terrorism, the growth of international criminal networks, people trafficking, the opioid epidemic, and cybercrime?

Attendee insights:

This high-level session will shed light on the role of leadership in policing and how governments are transforming their law enforcement agencies into multifaceted entities that can not only safeguard national security but also advance safety and security worldwide.

Maj. Gen. Dr. Ahmed Naser Al Raisi

President, INTERPOL

Commissioner Luís Carrilho

Police Adviser, United Nations

Dwight Henninger

President, International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

Hanneke Ekelmans

Deputy Commissioner (HoD), Force Command Team, Netherlands Police

Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham

International TV Presenter and Host

10:45 - 11:00

Rethinking safety, security, and sustainability: Policing in the post-pandemic era

Keynote | Room A

With public health and economic sustainability critical priorities for governments, how will policing, law enforcement and security agencies respond to the structural trends that will shape the public safety and security context of the next decade? What should be the relationship between the police and other agencies and actors involved in public safety and security? How should police and law enforcement agencies be governed and held to account?

Attendee insights:

A high-level session that will highlight the role of leadership and international cooperation in building back better self-sustaining and secure societies.

Kim Ogg

District Attorney

Harris County, United States of America

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Rethinking safety, security, and sustainability: Policing in the post-pandemic era

Keynote | Room A

With public health and economic sustainability critical priorities for governments, how will policing, law enforcement and security agencies respond to the structural trends that will shape the public safety and security context of the next decade? What should be the relationship between the police and other agencies and actors involved in public safety and security? How should police and law enforcement agencies be governed and held to account?

Attendee insights:

A high-level session that will highlight the role of leadership and international cooperation in building back better self-sustaining and secure societies.

Kim Ogg

District Attorney, Harris County, United States of America

11:05 - 11:15

Why the world needs a fresh thinking into crime and criminal justice

Keynote | Room A

Fast-changing crime patterns pose a major challenge to existing police and judicial systems, making it critical for law enforcement agencies to rethink and reform public safety and security in a way that encompasses and benefits all aspects of protecting societies. How will the digital revolution, greater global interconnectedness, and the rise of new social challenges impact the global fight against crime?

Attendee insights:

An important session for attendees to gain insights on the evolution of transnational crime and the roadmap to transforming law enforcement and reorganizing the way we combat crime globally.

Jin Gyo Hoon

Deputy Commissioner General

Korean National Police Agency

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Why the world needs a fresh thinking into crime and criminal justice

Keynote | Room A

Fast-changing crime patterns pose a major challenge to existing police and judicial systems, making it critical for law enforcement agencies to rethink and reform public safety and security in a way that encompasses and benefits all aspects of protecting societies. How will the digital revolution, greater global interconnectedness, and the rise of new social challenges impact the global fight against crime?

Attendee insights:

An important session for attendees to gain insights on the evolution of transnational crime and the roadmap to transforming law enforcement and reorganizing the way we combat crime globally.

Jin Gyo Hoon

Deputy Commissioner General, Korean National Police Agency

11:20 - 12:00

Innovation as an enabler of next-gen crime prevention

Leadership Panel | Room A

With changing crime patterns and the unpredictable security landscape, police forces across the globe are rapidly adopting technology as a core pillar of their operations. With the numerous digital technologies available today, how are police forces embracing these solutions to overcome resource scarcity, prevent and solve crimes and create safer communities? As data privacy concerns remain critical, how are agencies ensuring public trust whilst employing technologies, such as sensors, artificial intelligence, and robotics to garner intelligence and stay ahead of criminals?

Attendee insights:

This session will highlight the role of technology and innovation in law enforcement and what it means for the future of crime prevention and prediction.

Panelists:

Anita Hazenberg

Director - Innovation Centre Directorate

INTERPOL

Odette Meli

Director - Strategic Insights

Australian Federal Police

Hani Khalaf

Internet of Things and Digital Cities Lead

Dell Technologies

Moderator:

Cesar Moukarzel

Managing Director

SIA Partners

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Innovation as an enabler of next-gen crime prevention

Leadership Panel | Room A

With changing crime patterns and the unpredictable security landscape, police forces across the globe are rapidly adopting technology as a core pillar of their operations. With the numerous digital technologies available today, how are police forces embracing these solutions to overcome resource scarcity, prevent and solve crimes and create safer communities? As data privacy concerns remain critical, how are agencies ensuring public trust whilst employing technologies, such as sensors, artificial intelligence, and robotics to garner intelligence and stay ahead of criminals?

Attendee insights:

This session will highlight the role of technology and innovation in law enforcement and what it means for the future of crime prevention and prediction.

Anita Hazenberg

Director - Innovation Centre Directorate, INTERPOL

Odette Meli

Director - Strategic Insights, Australian Federal Police

Hani Khalaf

Internet of Things and Digital Cities Lead, Dell Technologies

Cesar Moukarzel

Managing Director, SIA Partners

12:00 - 13:45

Exhibition inauguration, Ghayat Launch and Lunch

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Exhibition inauguration, Ghayat Launch and Lunch

13:45 - 14:00

Arrival of the Patron of the Summit

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Arrival of the Patron of the Summit

14:00 - 14:01

National Anthem

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National Anthem

14:01 - 14:03

Welcome remarks by Dubai Police

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Welcome remarks by Dubai Police

14:03 - 14:08

World Police Summit video

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World Police Summit video

14:08 - 14:20

The future of crime prevention: Insights on the intersection of science, technology, and law enforcement

Keynote | Room A

In a world where technology is omnipresent, law enforcement agencies have become reliant on digital data to predict and prevent crime in the physical and digital worlds. How are police forces keeping up with technological advances to prevent and solve crimes and how can they attract the best minds to stay ahead of criminals?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for law enforcement officials to understand the influence of technological innovation on crime patterns around the world, the evolving channels to solve complex crime in the future, and how to attract a diverse and inclusive workforce to take on digitally savvy criminals.

Richard van Hooijdonk

Futurist

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The future of crime prevention: Insights on the intersection of science, technology, and law enforcement

Keynote | Room A

In a world where technology is omnipresent, law enforcement agencies have become reliant on digital data to predict and prevent crime in the physical and digital worlds. How are police forces keeping up with technological advances to prevent and solve crimes and how can they attract the best minds to stay ahead of criminals?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for law enforcement officials to understand the influence of technological innovation on crime patterns around the world, the evolving channels to solve complex crime in the future, and how to attract a diverse and inclusive workforce to take on digitally savvy criminals.

Richard van Hooijdonk

Futurist

14:20 - 14:25

Group photograph of the Patron of the Summit with the VIP Guests

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Group photograph of the Patron of the Summit with the VIP Guests

14:50 - 15:20

Policing advanced societies: How can technology-enabled community policing aid crime prevention

Leadership Interview | Room A

Preventing crime is a complex task involving the collaborative efforts of law enforcement, criminal justice, and the community. Though technology can help law enforcement agencies connect with the societies they operate in, a growing lack of trust in the police makes it complicated to understand patterns, gather evidence, and reduce instances of crime. How can leading police forces leverage technology to enhance community trust? How can this collaborative effort protect communities from criminal activities?

Attendee insights:

A high-level session that will examine how leading police forces have bolstered their community policing activities through technology and are strengthening relationships with communities who have a negative view of the police and are disproportionately more likely to be subject of police powers.

Krista Aas

Deputy Director General - Development

Estonian Police and Border Guard

Gen. Pierluigi Solazzo

Chief of the Operations Office of the GHQ

Carabinieri, Italy

Moderator:

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner

London Metropolitan Police

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Policing advanced societies: How can technology-enabled community policing aid crime prevention

Leadership Interview | Room A

Preventing crime is a complex task involving the collaborative efforts of law enforcement, criminal justice, and the community. Though technology can help law enforcement agencies connect with the societies they operate in, a growing lack of trust in the police makes it complicated to understand patterns, gather evidence, and reduce instances of crime. How can leading police forces leverage technology to enhance community trust? How can this collaborative effort protect communities from criminal activities?

Attendee insights:

A high-level session that will examine how leading police forces have bolstered their community policing activities through technology and are strengthening relationships with communities who have a negative view of the police and are disproportionately more likely to be subject of police powers.

Krista Aas

Deputy Director General - Development, Estonian Police and Border Guard

Gen. Pierluigi Solazzo

Chief of the Operations Office of the GHQ, Carabinieri, Italy

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police

15:25 - 15:55

Algorithms and criminology: Enhancing precision and transparency in law enforcement and criminal justice systems

Leadership Interview | Room A

Growing security concerns have increased the utilisation of machine learning, big data, and analytics as core tools of crime prevention. Whilst such technologies were initially earmarked for criminal risk assessment, they can be used, today, to predict crime based on historical patterns. With the widespread use of algorithmic policing systems, how can the police prevent algorithmic bias in crime prediction? Can fully automated intelligence networks enhance the safety and security of communities and individuals? How far are citizens willing to let the police intrude into their private information and lives to keep them safe?

Attendee insights:

An important discussion to understand the implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning for assessing risk, predicting crime, and evaluating criminal justice.

Panelists:

Mark Evans

Deputy Chief Executive Insights and Deployment

New Zealand Police

Manon van Dunnen

Strategic Specialist - Digital Transformation

Netherlands Police

Moderator:

Simon Clifford

Founder

Cliff42

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Algorithms and criminology: Enhancing precision and transparency in law enforcement and criminal justice systems

Leadership Interview | Room A

Growing security concerns have increased the utilisation of machine learning, big data, and analytics as core tools of crime prevention. Whilst such technologies were initially earmarked for criminal risk assessment, they can be used, today, to predict crime based on historical patterns. With the widespread use of algorithmic policing systems, how can the police prevent algorithmic bias in crime prediction? Can fully automated intelligence networks enhance the safety and security of communities and individuals? How far are citizens willing to let the police intrude into their private information and lives to keep them safe?

Attendee insights:

An important discussion to understand the implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning for assessing risk, predicting crime, and evaluating criminal justice.

Mark Evans

Deputy Chief Executive Insights and Deployment, New Zealand Police

Manon van Dunnen

Strategic Specialist - Digital Transformation, Netherlands Police

Simon Clifford

Founder, Cliff42

16:00 - 16:45

Crime prevention strategies in the digital era

Strategy talks and Q&A | Room A

Focused 15-minute presentations highlighting police strategies to prevent crime in the digital era followed by discussion and audience Q&A

16:00 –16:15 | The end of killing: Using technology to reduce, and eliminate the use of lethal force in policing

Rick Smith

CEO

Axon

16:15 –16:30 | Data in predictive policing

Hani Khalaf

Internet of Things and Digital Cities Lead

Dell Technologies

Zaid F. Ghattas

Director

AMD

16:30 –16:45 | Q&A

Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham

International TV Presenter and Host

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Crime prevention strategies in the digital era

Strategy talks and Q&A | Room A

Focused 15-minute presentations highlighting police strategies to prevent crime in the digital era followed by discussion and audience Q&A

Rick Smith

CEO, Axon

Hani Khalaf

Internet of Things and Digital Cities Lead, Dell Technologies

Zaid F. Ghattas

Director, AMD

Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham

International TV Presenter and Host

16:15 - 17:15

Concurrent workshops

Innovation in crime prevention (Location: Room 1 - Level 1)

Odette Meli

Director - Strategic Insights

Australian Federal Police

The impact of synthetic media and deepfakes on law enforcement (Location: Room 4 - Level 1)

Manon van Dunnen

Strategic Specialist - Digital Transformation

Netherlands Police

Boosting officer wellbeing and resilience (Location: Room 7 - Level 1)

Chief Kristen Ziman

Former Chief & Leadership Expert

Aurora Police (USA)

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Concurrent workshops

Odette Meli

Director - Strategic Insights, Australian Federal Police

Manon van Dunnen

Strategic Specialist - Digital Transformation, Netherlands Police

Chief Kristen Ziman

Former Chief & Leadership Expert, Aurora Police (USA)

08:30 - 09:30

Breakfast and Networking

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Breakfast and Networking

09:30 - 09:45

Tracing the roots of crime: The roadmap for law enforcement and financial institutions to strengthen anti-money laundering capabilities

Opening Keynote | Room B

As criminal and terror groups look for new ways to fund their illicit operations, regulators, financial institutions, and law enforcement agencies are consolidating their technology and intelligence capacities to assess suspicious trade patterns. How are global law enforcement agencies working with financial communities to identify proceeds of terrorist and crime financing? With the rise of cryptocurrencies, how are digital trading platforms supporting anti-money laundering efforts with new strategies and policies? How can countries bolster their capabilities to create a financially safer world?

Attendee insights:

An important session for attendees to understand the trends, policies, and collaborative efforts of global law enforcement agencies to prevent and mitigate money laundering and terrorist financing.

Rory Corcoran

Director - Financial Crime and Anti-Corruption Centre (IFCACC)

INTERPOL

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Tracing the roots of crime: The roadmap for law enforcement and financial institutions to strengthen anti-money laundering capabilities

Opening Keynote | Room B

As criminal and terror groups look for new ways to fund their illicit operations, regulators, financial institutions, and law enforcement agencies are consolidating their technology and intelligence capacities to assess suspicious trade patterns. How are global law enforcement agencies working with financial communities to identify proceeds of terrorist and crime financing? With the rise of cryptocurrencies, how are digital trading platforms supporting anti-money laundering efforts with new strategies and policies? How can countries bolster their capabilities to create a financially safer world?

Attendee insights:

An important session for attendees to understand the trends, policies, and collaborative efforts of global law enforcement agencies to prevent and mitigate money laundering and terrorist financing.

Rory Corcoran

Director - Financial Crime and Anti-Corruption Centre (IFCACC), INTERPOL

09:50 - 10:35

Countering financial crime in the digital era: Insights on the global illicit financing market in the post-pandemic period

Leadership Panel | Room B

With the widespread use of digital payments and cryptocurrencies increasing opportunities for money laundering, how can law enforcement agencies and the financial industry work together to trace the asset sources that are layered into the financial system? What more needs to be done to prevent illicit financing and how can we stop financial fraudsters from accessing their laundered wealth?

Attendee Insights:

A high-level session for delegates to learn about the evolution of financial crime and money laundering activities and the preemptive measures that must be adopted to counter illicit financing.

Panelists:

Hennie Verbeek-Kusters

Chair

Egmont Group Of Financial Intelligence Units

Jim Lee

Chief – Criminal Investigation

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Maj. Beatriz Vernet

Head of Economic Crimes

Guardia Civil (Spain)

Moderator:

Shane Williams

Regional Head of Investigations

National Crime Agency (UK)

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Countering financial crime in the digital era: Insights on the global illicit financing market in the post-pandemic period

Leadership Panel | Room B

With the widespread use of digital payments and cryptocurrencies increasing opportunities for money laundering, how can law enforcement agencies and the financial industry work together to trace the asset sources that are layered into the financial system? What more needs to be done to prevent illicit financing and how can we stop financial fraudsters from accessing their laundered wealth?

Attendee Insights:

A high-level session for delegates to learn about the evolution of financial crime and money laundering activities and the preemptive measures that must be adopted to counter illicit financing.

Hennie Verbeek-Kusters

Chair, Egmont Group Of Financial Intelligence Units

Jim Lee

Chief – Criminal Investigation, Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Maj. Beatriz Vernet

Head of Economic Crimes, Guardia Civil (Spain)

Shane Williams

Regional Head of Investigations, National Crime Agency (UK)

10:40 - 10:55

Establishing transparency and integrity across the financial system to mitigate fraud and prevent cross-border crime

Keynote | Room B

Digital transactions are on the rise in light of the current advances in financial technologies. Transparent financial reporting will play a crucial role in ensuring regulatory compliance and pave the way for efficient financial systems. How can police and law enforcement agencies equip themselves with the right financial acumen to identify such risks and prevent them? How can financial institutions collaborate with the law enforcement agencies to mitigate such risks?

Attendee insights:

This session will underline evolution of financial fraud over the years and shed light on the novel strategies to mitigate them by enhancing transparency across financial institutions.

Bruce Dorris

President and Chief Executive Officer

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

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Establishing transparency and integrity across the financial system to mitigate fraud and prevent cross-border crime

Keynote | Room B

Digital transactions are on the rise in light of the current advances in financial technologies. Transparent financial reporting will play a crucial role in ensuring regulatory compliance and pave the way for efficient financial systems. How can police and law enforcement agencies equip themselves with the right financial acumen to identify such risks and prevent them? How can financial institutions collaborate with the law enforcement agencies to mitigate such risks?

Attendee insights:

This session will underline evolution of financial fraud over the years and shed light on the novel strategies to mitigate them by enhancing transparency across financial institutions.

Bruce Dorris

President and Chief Executive Officer, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

11:00 - 11:15

Future-ready telecommunications for law enforcement and policing

Keynote | Room B

Rapid urbanisation and digitalisation have transformed societies around the world. How can law enforcement agencies leverage advanced technologies such as 5G to further enhance their operational capabilities? What strategies must police forces and law enforcement agencies embrace to adopt the right approach to technologies such as AI and IoTs? What does the future of law enforcement in smarter cities look like?

Attendee insights:

A key session for attendees to gain insights into the significance of future ready communications and digital platforms to augment the operational capabilities global law enforcement agencies and bolster national security.

 

Jasim AlAwadi

Head of Government & Key Accounts

du

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Future-ready telecommunications for law enforcement and policing

Keynote | Room B

Rapid urbanisation and digitalisation have transformed societies around the world. How can law enforcement agencies leverage advanced technologies such as 5G to further enhance their operational capabilities? What strategies must police forces and law enforcement agencies embrace to adopt the right approach to technologies such as AI and IoTs? What does the future of law enforcement in smarter cities look like?

Attendee insights:

A key session for attendees to gain insights into the significance of future ready communications and digital platforms to augment the operational capabilities global law enforcement agencies and bolster national security.

 

Jasim AlAwadi

Head of Government & Key Accounts, du

11:20 - 12:15

Cross-border partnerships to defend the cyberspace: Mitigating next-generation cybercrime through technology and intelligence

Leadership Panel | Room B

Digital transformation has triggered a new paradigm in law enforcement. With cybercrime becoming a global priority for governments, how are law enforcement agencies coordinating efforts to identify and mitigate risks and protect people from cybercrime? How are national cybercrime units working with the tech community to develop world-class technologies to solve their biggest mission problems, including people and drug trafficking, the weapons trade, financial crimes, and money laundering?

Attendee insights:

A high-level discussion that will enable attendees to understand the threat posed by cybercrime, the role of the dark web in facilitating crime, and the importance of law enforcement agencies working together to tackle crime through the use of shared intelligence, digital technologies, and strategies.

Panelists:

Dato’ Dr. Amirudin Abdul Wahab

CEO

CyberSecurity Malaysia

Craig Jones

Director - Cybercrime

INTERPOL

Scott Janezic

Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Liaison

IBM Security X-Force

Moderator:

Dr. Joshua James

Consultant - Cybercrime & Darknet Research

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

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Cross-border partnerships to defend the cyberspace: Mitigating next-generation cybercrime through technology and intelligence

Leadership Panel | Room B

Digital transformation has triggered a new paradigm in law enforcement. With cybercrime becoming a global priority for governments, how are law enforcement agencies coordinating efforts to identify and mitigate risks and protect people from cybercrime? How are national cybercrime units working with the tech community to develop world-class technologies to solve their biggest mission problems, including people and drug trafficking, the weapons trade, financial crimes, and money laundering?

Attendee insights:

A high-level discussion that will enable attendees to understand the threat posed by cybercrime, the role of the dark web in facilitating crime, and the importance of law enforcement agencies working together to tackle crime through the use of shared intelligence, digital technologies, and strategies.

Dato’ Dr. Amirudin Abdul Wahab

CEO, CyberSecurity Malaysia

Craig Jones

Director - Cybercrime, INTERPOL

Scott Janezic

Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Liaison, IBM Security X-Force

Dr. Joshua James

Consultant - Cybercrime & Darknet Research, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

12:20 - 12:35

Novel crisis response strategies for law enforcement units

Keynote | Room B

The roles and responsibilities of police officers have grown during the pandemic and have put them at the centre of the healthcare challenge. In addition to investigating criminal acts, police officers have been tasked to respond to the needs of communities, enforce lockdown protocols and maintain public safety and security. As countries advance, how can the police ensure they are prepared to respond to black swan events? What changes to strategies, policies, and talent are needed to enable police forces and other law enforcement agencies to respond quickly and effectively to unpredictable events?

Attendee Insights:

A high-level session for attendees to understand novel approaches to crisis response, emergency preparedness, and maintaining public order.

Col. Mubarak Saeed Al Khyeli

Director General

GCCPOL

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Novel crisis response strategies for law enforcement units

Keynote | Room B

The roles and responsibilities of police officers have grown during the pandemic and have put them at the centre of the healthcare challenge. In addition to investigating criminal acts, police officers have been tasked to respond to the needs of communities, enforce lockdown protocols and maintain public safety and security. As countries advance, how can the police ensure they are prepared to respond to black swan events? What changes to strategies, policies, and talent are needed to enable police forces and other law enforcement agencies to respond quickly and effectively to unpredictable events?

Attendee Insights:

A high-level session for attendees to understand novel approaches to crisis response, emergency preparedness, and maintaining public order.

Col. Mubarak Saeed Al Khyeli

Director General, GCCPOL

12:35 - 14:00

Lunch

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Lunch

14:00 - 14:45

Tactical crime prevention strategies through evidence-based policing

Leadership Panel | Room B

Combined with geographic information and deep-learning frameworks, vast datasets are at the fingerprints of global police forces. With evolving crime patterns, how are police forces controlling new forms of crime and maintaining public order? How is the evidence-based policing model used in the digital era to combat critical operations such as counterterrorism, child sexual abuse and trafficking? How is the private sector opening new avenues for law enforcement agencies to work together on the common cause of creating a safer world?

Attendee insights:
A key discussion for attendees from the global law enforcement sector to learn how evidence-based policing is being applied in the digital age to solve sophisticated crime forms.

Panelists:

Rob van Bree

Assistant Chief Constable - Central Unit, Command Team

Netherlands Police

Maj. Daniela Tricca

Chief, Forensic Electronic Unit

Carabinieri, Italy

Rachel Tuffin

Director of Knowledge, Research & Education

College of Policing

Moderator:

Simon Clifford

Founder

Cliff42

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Tactical crime prevention strategies through evidence-based policing

Leadership Panel | Room B

Combined with geographic information and deep-learning frameworks, vast datasets are at the fingerprints of global police forces. With evolving crime patterns, how are police forces controlling new forms of crime and maintaining public order? How is the evidence-based policing model used in the digital era to combat critical operations such as counterterrorism, child sexual abuse and trafficking? How is the private sector opening new avenues for law enforcement agencies to work together on the common cause of creating a safer world?

Attendee insights:
A key discussion for attendees from the global law enforcement sector to learn how evidence-based policing is being applied in the digital age to solve sophisticated crime forms.

Rob van Bree

Assistant Chief Constable - Central Unit, Command Team, Netherlands Police

Maj. Daniela Tricca

Chief, Forensic Electronic Unit, Carabinieri, Italy

Rachel Tuffin

Director of Knowledge, Research & Education, College of Policing

Simon Clifford

Founder, Cliff42

14:50 - 15:35

Digital solutions and strategies to safeguard societies

Strategy talks and Q&A | Room B

Focused 15-minute keynotes highlighting the use of groundbreaking technologies to prevent crime followed by discussion with the moderator.

14:50 –15:05 | Preventing crime in the digital era

Gen. Patrick Perrot

Head of AI

Gendarmerie Nationale, France

15:05 –15:20 | Smart security for smarter nations

Prateek Bhardwaj

COO

G42 Smart Nation

15:20 –15:35 | Q&A

Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham

International TV Presenter and Host

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IconTuesday 15 March 2022

Icon14:50 - 15:35

Digital solutions and strategies to safeguard societies

Strategy talks and Q&A | Room B

Focused 15-minute keynotes highlighting the use of groundbreaking technologies to prevent crime followed by discussion with the moderator.

Gen. Patrick Perrot

Head of AI, Gendarmerie Nationale, France

Prateek Bhardwaj

COO, G42 Smart Nation

Rebecca McLaughlin-Eastham

International TV Presenter and Host

15:40 - 16:15

Inclusive law enforcement and policing strategies to combat environmental crimes

Leadership Interview | Room B

Environmental crimes continue to rise around the world ranging from animal poaching to pollution to waste disposal. As concerns over environmental degradation mount, what strategies have been introduced by law enforcement agencies to deal with such offences? How are police forces adapting to such new crime forms and what steps must be taken to collaborate and mitigate such crimes through forward looking policies and criminal laws?

Attendee insights:

An important panel to understand the new forms of environmental crime and the evolving role of specialised police agencies to mitigate them.

Col. William Ramos

Deputy Director - Rural Police

Colombia Police

Maseng Mathiba

Senior Asst. Commissioner

Botswana National Police

Moderator:

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner

London Metropolitan Police

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IconTuesday 15 March 2022

Icon15:40 - 16:15

Inclusive law enforcement and policing strategies to combat environmental crimes

Leadership Interview | Room B

Environmental crimes continue to rise around the world ranging from animal poaching to pollution to waste disposal. As concerns over environmental degradation mount, what strategies have been introduced by law enforcement agencies to deal with such offences? How are police forces adapting to such new crime forms and what steps must be taken to collaborate and mitigate such crimes through forward looking policies and criminal laws?

Attendee insights:

An important panel to understand the new forms of environmental crime and the evolving role of specialised police agencies to mitigate them.

Col. William Ramos

Deputy Director - Rural Police, Colombia Police

Maseng Mathiba

Senior Asst. Commissioner, Botswana National Police

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police

16:30 - 17:30

Concurrent workshops

The mindset of a fraudster | Room 4 (Level 1)

Bruce Dorris

President and Chief Executive Officer

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

Policing the cyberworld through open-source and cross-agency intelligence | Room 1 (Level 1)

Dr. Joshua James

Consultant - Cybercrime & Darknet Research

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

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IconTuesday 15 March 2022

Icon16:30 - 17:30

Concurrent workshops

Bruce Dorris

President and Chief Executive Officer, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

Dr. Joshua James

Consultant - Cybercrime & Darknet Research, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

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