Thank you to all who attended the European Serious and Organised Crime conference 2013.
Europe faces serious security challenges that continue to grow in scale and sophistication. The activities of international organised crime rings are having an increasingly negative impact. Criminals are making enormous profits from counterfeit goods and contraband at the expense of taxpayers, legitimate industry and consumers.
Presentations are now available for download below.
Commissioner for Taxation, Customs, Statistics, Audit and Anti-Fraud
Chief Inspector, Operation Golf, Joint Investigation Team - UK and Romania
London Metropolitan Police
The speaker presentations that have been received can be found below
The following documents have also been made available from the conference partners:
What role can business and industry play in helping the authorities to tackle criminal activity, and can technological solutions help to provide a bridge over troubled economic waters, supporting crime detection and prevention in Europe?
What progress is being made in the implementation of the EU's Internal Security Strategy, launched in 2010, and what are the key priorities for both policymakers and law enforcement agencies?
The inaugural European Serious and Organised Crime Conference 2013 addressed these issues and sought to find solutions to some of the most pressing security challenges. Co-hosted by Europol and the British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium, the conference convened a number of high-level political and industry figures and was an unprecedented opportunity for stakeholders to engage on these issues.
For further information please contact James Wilmott on:
Tel: +44 (0) 2920 783 022
Thursday 28 February, 2013
08.30 to 16.45
Renaissance Brussels Hotel
Rue du Parnasse 19