2022 International Symposium

Join us during the best Free Global Virtual Training of 2022!

This year the IACA is pleased to partner with two highly recognized organizations to host the 2022 Global Virtual Symposium and bring you the best-in-class speakers during a two-day event.

Day-1 Event - European Crime Analysis Conference (ECAC)

Date/Time: April 6th, 2022, 1300 – 1710 CET
Theme: Crime Script Analysis, Geographic Profiling and SNA
Agenda:

13:00 – 13:15Welcome by IACA Secretary Kristen Lottman and ECAC by Jakob Lindergård-Bentzen, program manager ILP
13:15 – 14:00Crime Script Analysis Dr. Spencer Chainey, University College London, UK, incl. Q & A’s
14:00 – 14:30Break
14:30 – 15:15Geographic Profiling Dr. Kim Rossmo, Texas State University, USA, incl. Q & A’s
15:15 – 15:30Break
15:30 – 16:00Social Network Analysis Dr. Aili Malm, California State University, Long Beach, USA, incl. Q & A’s
16:00 – 16:30Social Network Analysis Dr. Gisela Bichler, California State University, San Bernadino, USA, incl. Q & A’s
16:30 – 17:00Social Network Analysis Dr. Martin Bouchard, Simon Fraser University, Canada, incl. Q & A’s
17:00 – 17:10Closure by ECAC & IACA

 

Join us during the best Free Global Virtual Training of 2022!

This year the IACA is pleased to partner with two highly recognized organizations to host the 2022 Global Virtual Symposium and bring you the best-in-class speakers during a two-day event.

Day-2 Event

The Association of Criminal Intelligence Analysts (ACIA)

Date/Time May 11, 2022, 12:00PM UK Time

Theme: Vulnerability and Analysis

Agenda

1200-1215

Welcome—IACA/ACIA

1215-1250

Crime Analysis and Major Sport Events:  Giovani Pisapia, Senior Crime Analyst, North Carolina, USA

1250-1325

BREAK

1325-1400

How we create vulnerability – and how to ‘uncreate it’- Antje JOEL, Author and Researcher

1400-1435

Analytical Support to Op Mantus: Identification of Sexual Exploitation Networks: Jude BRENNAN—WARD, Analyst, Cambridgeshire Police

1435-1445

BREAK

1445-1520

Intersections around gangs, recruitment, and extremism: Zubena LIMBADA, Founding Director @ConnectFutures, UK

1525-1600

Disorganised (Organised) Crime– County Lines ‘It’s all about the P’: Matt LOCKYER, Expert   Evidence Training and Consultancy

1600-1635

Victim Psychology: Danielle WILLIAMS, Crisp Thinking

1635-1640

Closure by ACIA & IACA

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