International Crime Science Conference

Nick Ross Chairing

12 July 2017, British Library, LONDON

This year the 11th International Crime Science Conference will take place on Wednesday, 12th July 2017 at the British Library in London. The theme of this year’s conference is "The future of crime: how the crime and security landscape is evolving, and what we can do to respond." 

The conference will showcase leading research that is helping to tackle threats to our society. In particular, it will focus on the way crime and security providers are responding to the challenges created by "crimes of the future". Topics covered will include Future Crimes; Cyber Security, Future Forensics, Security Technologies 2050, The Evolving Terrorist; Organised Crime; Policing the Future, Transport Crime, and Data and Crime. 

Once again, the conference brings together senior security practitioners, policy-makers, technologists and academics, all developing the latest techniques and technologies for preventing crime and increasing security.


Registration for the International Crime Science conference is now open and can be accessed by following this link.

Registration costs

  • Reduced early bird rate: £99
  • Speakers and invited guests - Please use the code provided by the administrator

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