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National Environmental Crime Conference 2013

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National Environmental Crime Conference 2013

27th November 2013, 30 Euston Square, London "Perspectives on the use of technology for preventing environmental crime"

Environmental crime and eco-security matter - and are increasingly on the agendas of national and local government departments. Existing and new threats are a growing problem that are having a direct impact on the global environment and human wellbeing. This fourth UK National Environmental Crime Conference is an international platform bringing together industry and academic expertise with practitioners and policymakers to discuss a range of current and future problems such as wildlife crime, industrial pollution and illegal waste disposal.

On the day you can look forward to:

• keynote talks

• a panel discussion

• academic posters

• a charity fundraising event

• live demonstrations of technologies that could be used to detect and prevent environmental crime.

The conference is organised by University College London’s Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science in partnership with the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network (ESP-KTN).

Please see our website for more information: https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/national-environmental-crime-conferences/overview


PREVIOUS CONFERENCES

National Environmental Crime Conference 2012 - downloadable programme

National Environmental Crime Conference 2009

National Environmental Crime Conference 2008

9.00 Registration and refreshments

9.30

Introduction and welcome address:

  • Professor Gloria Laycock, UCL Centre for Security and Crime Science
  • Dr Steve Welch, ESP-KTN

9.50

Part 1: Emerging environmental crime issues

Speakers will discuss emerging environmental crime issues from an international, national and NGO perspective.

  • Mr Davyth Stewart, INTERPOL
  • Mr Andy Higham, Head of the National Crime Team, The Environment Agency
  • Miss Charlotte Davies, Intelligence Analyst, Environmental Investigation Agency
10.50 Refreshments, networking, student posters
11.10

Part 2: Preventing environmental crime

Speakers will discuss some novel technology and crime science solutions for preventing environmental crime.

  • Dr Andrew Lemieux, Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement
  • Dr Daniel Hulme, UCL Computer Science
12.30 Lunch, networking, student posters
13.30

Part 3: Question Time: benefits and challenges of using technology to prevent environmental crime

Key environmental crime issues will be discussed by our panellists (TBC) and the delegates

14.30 Round up and summary
15.00

Part 3: Live technology demonstrations

There will be live technology demonstrations in the auditorium and main exhibition hall.

  • Dr Lucas Joppa, Scientist at Microsoft Research and Technology for Nature
 17.30  Close

Registration for the 2013 NECC costs £25 (£15 for students), but approx. 80% of this price will be donated to one or more of our participating charities, who work on various projects to prevent environmental crimes and its harms to people and the environment.

Not only will you be donating to a good cause, this will also help to raise awareness of environmental crime, get people talking about the problem and, hopefully, generate new ideas and research projects.

Please follow this link to register for a ticket:

https://necc2013.eventbrite.co.uk/

At this year's NECC, we'll have several engineering-based companies and academics that will showcase some of their tools and technologies that could be used to detect and prevent environmental crime. There will also be some live afternoon demonstrations in the auditorium and main exhibition hall.

You can keep track of our exhibitors as they register, here:

https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/national-environmental-crime-conferences/exhibitors

If you are a technology and engineering based company, or an academic department that would like to showcase at our event, please contact joanna.hill.11@ucl.ac.uk

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