The World Police Summit’s Crime Prevention Conference will provide a high-level platform to examine the immediate priorities facing police forces and law enforcement agencies in the wake of shifting crime forms, the availability and access to sophisticated technologies, and altering criminal motives.
Convening international police chiefs, government leaders, policymakers, and influencers from the entire policing and law enforcement spectrum, the conference will facilitate the development of future-ready strategies to enhance public safety and security in the communities they operate in and foster partnerships to thwart cross-border crimes.
Tuesday 7 March 2023
Challenges facing the crime detection and prevention systems: a road map for the future
Progressive human rights policies for police forces
Holistic governance mechanisms to counter evolving urban crime
Intentional deception in the digital age: national frameworks to tackle new forms of fraud
Strengthening societal partnerships: the fading boundaries of constitutional and community policing
Technical/Tactical sessions | Crime and criminal justice
Wednesday 8 March 2023
The multi-disciplinary response to terrorism: developing holistic intelligence-led approaches to enhance national security
Risk-based resilience: social and community partnerships to counter domestic terrorism
Embracing evidence-based approaches to prevent radicalisation, violent extremism and hostage situations
Uncovering hidden assets: evolving financial compliance frameworks for law enforcement agencies
Critical pathways for information sharing: bolstering global anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing capabilities
Anonymity vs. intelligence: tracing fraudulent cryptocurrency transactions
Thursday 9 March 2023
Global cybercrime outlook 2023: challenges facing law enforcement and police forces
Enhancing cyber coordination in the fight against digital crime and bolstering children's online protection
Eliminating digital fragmentation: inclusive cybersecurity strategies and partnership frameworks to mitigate evolving crime forms
Redefining police leadership in the age of innovation
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?