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National Environmental Crime Conference 2008

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9.45 Introduction
Professor Gloria Laycock, UCL Centre for Security and Crime Science
Welcome address: Professor Malcolm Grant, Provost, UCL
10.00 Defining the field
  Arwyn Jones, Environment Agency
10.30 The policing challenge
  Richard Brunstrom, Association of Chief Police Officers
11.00 Refreshments
11.30 TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS

Chair: Arwyn Jones

  • Systems thinking and the flytipping problem Dr Steve Welch, UCL Centre for Systems Engineering

  • Situational crime prevention in wildlife crime Jennifer Mailley, Loughborough University

  • Soil forensics in investigating environmental crime Dr Lorna Dawson, The Macaulay Institute

  • Environmental forensics - tracing marine pollution Dr Stephen Mudge, Bangor¬†University

13.00 Lunch
13.45 PANEL SESSION: CURRENT INITIATIVES
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Chair: Richard Brunstrom

  • Environmental justice: The Macrory Report on Regulatory Sanctions Professor Richard Macrory QC, UCL Centre for Law and the Environment
  • Strategic assessment of wildlife crime and analysis based approaches Brian Stuart and Sue Eddy, National Wildlife Crime Unit
  • Maritime and Coastguard Agency Resources in support of cleaner seas Toby Stone, Maritime and Coastguard Agency
15.00 Refreshments
15.15 EMERGING AND FUTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES
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Chair: Gloria Laycock

  • Crime-proofing environmental legislation Professor Gloria Laycock, Director, UCL Jill Dando Institute
  • Carbon trading and the potential for crime Simon Retallack, Institute for Public Policy Research
  • Illegal export of waste electronic equipment John Burns, Environment Agency and Dutch VROM
15.55 Closing speaker
16.30 Close

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