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International crime science conference 2009

2 July 2009

The third international crime science conference, organised by the UCL Centre for Security and Crime Science, will be held on 15 July at the British Library.

The conference once again brings together security and crime reduction practitioners, policy-makers and leading academics who are involved in developing the latest techniques, technologies and strategies for increasing security and reducing crime.

This year the conference will concentrate on the prevention, disruption and detection of terrorism, organised crime and crime.

Technologies and methodologies from the fields of biometrics, forensic science, surveillance and crime science will be explored with plenary sessions on topics including data forensics, infrastructure protection and gangs and guns.

The event will run 9am - 8pm. For further details, contact Kati Carter on +44 (0)20 3108 3121 or visit the conference website.