UK Policing is in the most dynamic, transformational environment in living memory with criminals and crime types evolving at an unprecedented rate.
Current solutions are struggling to keep pace with 21st century tactics and, for the first time, law enforcement professionals fully appreciate that commercial partners hold the key to many of our pressing problems. They also understand that these partners can provide systems that have the ability to talk to each other to allow total cross cutting solutions to support the criminal justice process.
The thematic SOCEX conferences concentrate in more granular detail on specific policing skills and tactics that fall within the relevant policing areas with the conference content primarily led by the National Policing Leads for those areas of business.
SOCEX’s high quality and professional presentations from law enforcement, partner agencies, the Home Office, third sector, subject matter experts and a wide range of academia provide the delegates with a different perspective, options and opportunities to be able to improve their performance and service delivery.
Currently we have two conferences being planned, the Economic Crime Conference in November 2019 and the Strategic Confrerence in May 2020. As new conferences are announced we will update the website accordingly.
The events will be located around Britain, based around the major arterial routes of the country, to best serve the thematic event’s needs, and requirements.
With only four weeks to go before the 4th SOCEX Economic Crime Conference - here is what to expect.
Thought piece written by Bina Bhardwa Research Fellow, The Institute for Criminal Policy Research and Tiggey May, Senior Research Fellow, The Institute for Criminal Policy Research.
Thought piece by Ryan Prox at The SOCEX Economic Crime Conference