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27 October 2015
3 September 2015
7-18 September 2015
21-24 September 2015
7 July 2016
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The UCL Department of Security and Crime Science (alongside the Jill Dando Institute) run a series of conferences which are open to all and include the International Crime and Intelligence Analysis Conference, the International Crime Science Conference and the National Environmental Crime Conference. The International Crime and Intelligence Analysis Conference replaces the National Crime Mapping Conference that was held from 2002 - 2010.
These conferences aim to showcase the latest research and practice, bringing together practitioners, academics and policy-makers to discuss how scientific research can be translated into real-world impact, and to illustrate examples of practice.
Click on links below for more information on each conference:
The department runs a number of seminar series including
These seminars are open to all and feature well-known individuals from the crime and security world.
Click here for upcoming security and crime science public seminars
These seminars are intended for staff only to promote cross-collaboration
Click here for upcoming security and crime science staff seminars
These seminars are intended for our community of doctoral students and are designed to showcase science from different disciplines and allow students to engage with key players from industry and the public sector, for example Jeremy Crump, the Head of Strategy for the National Police Improvement Agency or Sir Stephen Lander, former head of MI5.
Click here for upcoming security and crime science UCL SECReT seminars
Our open evenings are an excellent opportunity to meet some of the course tutors and ask questions. We will be able to discuss in detail the content and logistics of our courses, as well as how the course fits into your future career plans. Usually our open evenings include current or former students from the course or a speaker from our group of course advisors which include the Met Police, National Police Improvement Agency, the Serious Organised Crime Agency, MoD, MI5, MI6 and British Transport Police.
Dates for open evenings (for courses starting September 2015) are as follows:
Open evening for MSc in Crime Science, MSc in Crime and Forensic Science and MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism
Tuesday 17th February 2015, from 6-8.30pm
AV Hill Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building (Medical Sciences), UCL, Gower St, London WC1E 6BT
6.10 Talk: “Cybercrime and crime science" by Dr Gianluca Stringhini, UCL Dept of SCS and UCL Computer Science
6.30 Prof Kate Bowers (TBC), MSc in Crime Science.
6.40 Dr Ruth Morgan MSc in Crime and Forensics.
6.50 Dr Noemie Bouhana, MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism.
7.00 Questions & Discussion
7.20 Drinks and meet the academics
As part of the above agenda we will also discuss the 14 Bursary scholarships on offer for these courses.
Open evening for Security Science Doctoral Research Training Centre (Prospective PhD students only)
Fourth International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-11) IET's Vision and Imaging Network
3-4 November 2011, Kingston University, London UK
|Please click here to get information on the call for papers for the Fourth Internation Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-11)|
Jill Dando Institute 10th Anniversary Events
A series of events will be held during 2011 to mark the 10th anniversary of the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science.
Further details will be posted shortly.
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