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17th German Congress in Crime Prevention
21 February 2012
The 6th Annual International Forum (AIF) within the 17th German Congress in Crime Prevention (GCOCP) will take place on 16 and 17 April 2012 in Munich. The AIF will present lectures of international experts and current topics in the field of crime prevention.
The AIF is held in English language with some parts of the German Congress on Crime Prevention which are simultaneous translated (opening and closing plenum). Also international guests can experience the exhibition (were over 200 institutions displaying their crime preventive work), and take part in the evening reception and other events (poster session etc.).
Since the GCOCP is one of the biggest congresses in crime prevention with over 2.500 participants and a growing number of international guests every year since 1995 in different German cities, this is your chance to network and discover new approaches in crime prevention.
For more information (program etc.) please click here.
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