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National Crime Mapping Conference 2003

delegate lunch
Wednesday 26th March
11.00 - 12.30

Parallel workshops

The PITO User requirement - your chance to have your say.
Convened by Steve de Burgh-Thomas. PITO Regional IT Coordinator
Venue: Elvin Hall, Level 1

NCIS Training for Analysts - tell us what you need. Convened by Donna Carruth. Principal Analyst, NCIS
Venue: Jeffery Hall, Level 1

How could crime reduction partnerships work better?
Convened by Inspector Mark Feeley. Metropolitan Police
Venue: Clarke Hall, Level 3

12.30 - 13.30 Lunch and Exhibition. Venue: Drama Studio, Level 1
  Chair Ellie Roy. Crime Reduction Director, Government Office for London.
13.30 - 14.00 Keynote Address - John Denham, Minister of State for the Home Office
14.00 - 15.00 Beyond Blobology - Gloria Laycock, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science
15.00 - 15.30 Tea & Exhibition
15.30 - 17.00

Choice of two breakout sessions:

Stream A: Crime Science & Geographical Crime Analysis

Venue: Jeffrey Hall, Level 1
Chair: Nick Tofiluk, ACC, West Midlands Police

What is this thing called crime science?
Barry Webb. Deputy Director, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science
Principals of geographical crime analysis
Alex Hirschfeld, Reader in Civic Design, University of Liverpool
New perspectives in crime mapping.
Spencer Chainey. Chair, Association for Geographic Information

Stream B: Protecting People or Protecting Data

Venue: Elvin Hall, Level 1
Chair: Max Craglia, University of Sheffield

Data Protection Law: Scope and Implications.
David Smith. Assistant Information Commissioner, Information Commissioner's Office
Making sense of data.
Pamela Mitchell. Director, InfoShare Ltd.
Crime Prevention and Data Sharing: The Long and Winding Road. Kate Moss. Lecturer in Criminology, Loughborough University

17.00 Exhibitor sponsored drinks reception and own arrangements for evening meal
Venue: Drama Studio, Level 1 (own arrangements for evening meal)
Thursday 27th March
9.00 - 9.45 Crime Mapping in Action 1
 

Venue: Jeffery Hall, Level 1
Chair: Donna Carruth

Analysis (1)

Mapping in Forensic Intelligence - Bob Milne Forensic Intelligence Manager (North) Metropolitan Police

Intel ligence, Information, Data collection - Who cares about the detail as long as we can see the pattern of crime? Ian Sterritt, Blue8

 

Venue: Elvin Hall, Level 1
Chair: Barry Webb

Analysis (3)

Scale and aggregation issues in measuring police performance - Barry Irvine, Police Foundation & David Ashby, UCL Centre for Spatial Analysis

GIS-based methods for crime analysis and crime reduction strategies - Gary Burchell, Prinicpal Analyst, South Yorkshire Police & Max Craglia, Sheffield Centre for GIS

 

Venue: Clarke Hall, Level 3
Chair: Spencer Chainey

Data into Information (1)

Project Amethyst - sharing Information in Cornwall. Phil Davies, Cornwall Police

GIS for operational policing - Colin Dorrance, Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary

 

Venue: Nunn Hall, Level 4
Chair: Steve de Burgh-Thomas

Working in Partnership (1)

Community Safety Action Zone - Nizette Amortim

GIS/Crime Analyst, Bexley Community Safety

Project DRAGON - The Information Infrastructure for Crime and Disorder Reduction in Wales - Paul Pan, Crime Reduction Unit, Welsh Assembly


9.45 - 10.30 Crime Mapping in Action 2
 

Venue: Jeffery Hall, Level 1
Chair: Donna Carruth

Analysis (3)

Crime Journey Databases, Considerations for Development and Application  - Stephen Forgan, GIS Development Officer, Harrow CRP

Right Place, Right Time, Lexx Crime - DC Mike Hurst, Metropolitan Police seconded to Immigration & Nationality Directorate Joint Intelligence Unit and introduced by Peter Rieks Mapinfo's Director of Strategic Market Management

 

Venue: Elvin Hall, Level 1
Chair: Barry Webb

Street Crime (1)

Employing SARA - scanning and analyzing street crime for Project LION in Lewisham, Mark Taylor, InfoTech

City Centre Assaults - Samantha Allen & Julie McNerlin, Police Analysts, FOYLE DCU

 

Venue: Clarke Hall, Level 3
Chair: Spencer Chainey

Data into Information (2)

Hitting the Target Mapping Bus Shelter Damage on Merseyside - Andrew Newton, Liverpool University

Building the 'crime and disorder domain for the Index of Multiple Deprivation, George Smith, University of Oxford

 

Venue: Nunn Hall, Level 4
Chair: Steve de Burgh-Thomas

Working into Partnership (2)

Crime and Disorder Data and Information exchange in Sussex, Tim Hemsley, Sussex Police

Joined up information systems - David Onions Partnership Officer & Alison Rogers Senior Assistant Research Officer, Worcester County Council

 10.30 - 11.00
Coffee. Venue: Drama Studio, Level 1
11.00 - 12.30
Second Plenary Session - Crime Mapping and CompStat
Venue: Jeffrey Hall, Level 1
Chair Gloria Laycock, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science

Mapping for Performance
Peter Neyroud, Chief Constable, Thames Valley Police.

Promoting the Use of Crime Mapping: Lessons Learned from the States.
Nancy LaVigne, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute
 12.30 - 13.30
Lunch and Exhibition.  Venue: Drama Studio, Level 1
13.30 - 15.00

Choice of two breakout sessions

Stream A: Predicting and Profiling

Chair, Spencer Chainey, Association for Geographic Information
Venue: Jeffrey Hall, Level 1

'Geographic Profiling' - an investigative tool.
Neil Trainor, Detective Inspector, West Midlands Police Force

Geo-Temporal Prediction of Crime and Disorder.
Jonathan Corcoran and Andrew Ware, University of Glamorgan

Utilising Geographical Analysis at South Wales Police.
Allyson Lake and Joanne Winson, South Wales Police

Stream B: from Data to Action.

Chair, Barry Scales, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science
Venue: Elvin Hall, Level 1

The crime analyst: technician or policy advisor?.
Mike Hough, Professor of Social Policy, South Bank Univeristy

The Geography of Criminal Networks
Andy Brumwell, GIS Researcher & Nick Tofiluk ACC, West Midlands Police

"Why should we do it? "Using Crime Mapping to inform local authority priorities and help shape Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships' Strategies
Jan Kimber, Coordinator, Suffolk County Council Community Safety Unit

15.00 - 15.30
Tea and Exhibition. Venue: Drama Studio, Level 1
15.30 - 16.30
Panel discussion chaired by Nick Ross, Journalist and Broadcaster
Venue: Jeffrey Hall, Level 1
Ellie Roy, Crime Reduction Director, Government Office for London
Philip Webb, Chief Executive Office, Police IT Organisation
Paul Stephenson, Chief Constable of Lancashire
Alan Brown, Head of Partnership Development, Home Office
16.30
Conference Close

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