Policing Cyber Crime Workshop
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Date and Location
15 May 2015, 09:30 - 16:30
The Liberty Building
School of Law
University of Leeds
(Please use postcode LS6 1AN for Sat Nav's)
The Liberty Building is number 16 on the campus map.
- How to get to the University.
- There is limited car-parking available on campus on a first come, first serve basis with a charge of £5.00.
- Parking spaces are available on campus for blue badge holders. Please contact 0113 343 5491 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
There is no charge for the workshop, but spaces are limited. To secure a place, please register your attendance with Clare Johnson, Project Manager, N8 Policing Research Partnership or contact Detective Inspector Smith.
09:00 – 09:30 Refreshments - Meet and greet
09:30 – Opening Address by ACC Geoff Dodd from West Yorkshire Police
09:45 – ‘The Challenges of Cyber Crime for Law Enforcement’. Professor David Wall, Durham University (part of the N8 Police Research partnership).
10:35 – 11:00 – Refreshments
11:00 – 11:45 – ‘The Dark Web and its challenges to law enforcement’. Gary Hibberd, Agenci Information Security
11:50 –12:50 Lunch
12:50 – 13:45 – ‘Social Media Analytics and application for law enforcement’. Professor Babak Ahgar, Sheffield University presentation
13:40 – Opportunity for Questions and Answers
13:45 – 14:35 – ‘How the College of Policing will support Police in digital investigation/intelligence and the role of the digital media officer’. Emily Vernon, College of Policing
14:35 – 14:50 Refreshments
14:50 – 15:45 ‘Investigative Cyber investigative methods, national and regional cyber-crime threats, the Cyber Information Action partnership’. Geoff Halpin and Mike Dronsfield (Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Team) and Andrew Holt (National Crime Agency)
15:45 – 16:10 hours Panel Question and Answers Session
16:15 – 16:30 Closing address by ACC Geoff Dodd
A collaboration between West Yorkshire Police, N8 Policing Research Partnership and the EPSRC Cybercrime Network
Cybercrime sits high on the international political agenda and police forces at all levels are currently seeking to respond to the new challenges that it raises for them: challenges that frequently fall outside their traditional remit, and during times of austerity. West Yorkshire Police in partnership with the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, Leeds University, the N8 Policing Research Partnership and the EPSRC Cybercrime Research network invite you to a Policing CyberCrime Workshop to be held on Friday 15th May in the Liberty Building, School of Law, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT Leeds. Attended by practitioners, policy makers and academics the aim of the workshop is to discuss current strategic threats and risks posed by cyber-crime and its impact on law enforcement, regionally, nationally and internationally. The workshop will also highlight investigation methods and inherent problems with cyber-crime investigation and emerging methodologies.
This event is also being co-sponsored by the EPSRC Cybercrime Research Network.