Presentation on theme: "34 Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference"— Presentation transcript:
1 34 Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference “Re-inventing for the future”September 29th – October 2nd 2013Barbados Hilton Resort
2 OverviewThe 34th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference will be in Barbados on September 29 - October 2, With the theme of “Reinventing for the Future, the 2013 Conference will be a milestone in the history of the Crime Stoppers movement.Crime Stoppers delegates, law enforcement partners and other stakeholders from around the world will come together with discuss three top issues of international importance and determine the various interventions that will be embarked upon.
3 Thematic AreasTrafficking of Human Beings & Crimes Against ChildrenIP Crimes & trafficking in illicit goodsCorruption, Financial Crimes & the Financing of TerrorismExpected OutcomesDetermination of the Crime Stoppers response and development of interventions with respect to each of the thematic areas.Stronger working relationships with law enforcement agencies, targeted sectors and corporations.Ratification of the organization’s strategic direction.
4 Targeted AudienceAll Crime Stoppers programmes and volunteers around the world.Major regional and global law enforcement agencies.Global Brand Protection Managers in the Personal Care, Pharmaceutical, Tobacco & Motion Picture industries.Financial professionals particularly in the fields of anti-money laundering & payment card fraud.
5 Registration FeesUS$ per Attendee, if registration paid in full before May 31st 2013.US$ per Attendee, if registration paid in full before July 31, 2013.US$ per Attendee, if registration paid in full after July 31, 2013.US$ per Companion accompanying a paid Attendee. This includes meals and conference functions.US$ per Day Attendee.RegistrationYOU ARE ADVISED TO BOOK EARLY AS SPACE WILL BE LIMITED.To register online, visit or complete registration form attached.For details please send to or call the Secretariat at
6 DAY 1 – Monday 30th September 2013 Opening Ceremony – 8.30am – amRemarks – Oral Reid, Chairman Crime Stoppers BarbadosRemarks – Darwin Dottin, Commissioner of Police of BarbadosRemarks – The Honourable Freundel Stuart, Prime Minister of Barbados (Invited)Keynote Address – Damian McKinney, Chairman, Mckinney Rogers Consulting.
7 DAY 1 – Monday 30th September 2013 Session OneThe first session will focus on Crimes Against Children. There will be four – 20minute presentations as follows:10.15 – Lauren Book – “Perspective of a Victim, Educator & Crime Stopper” (Confirmed)10.35 – Senior UNICEF Representative – “the UN Protocols on the Violation of Children’s Rights” (Confirmed)10.55 – Greet Koster Weering (Adviser in Criminal Investigation, Royal Dutch Marechaussee) – “Child Sex Tourism & Initiatives to address the problem” (Confirmed)11.15 – Representative from the Australian Federal Police (AFP)/Virtual Global Task Force – “Internet Child Pornography, Cyber Bullying” (Confirmed)
8 DAY 1 – Monday 30th September 2013 11.35 – Panel Discussion12.15 – Lunch
9 DAY 1 – Monday 30th September 2013 Session TwoThe second session on will focus on Trafficking of Human Beings. There will be four – 20minute presentations as follows:13.30 – Agueda Marin – (Regional Specialist, Counter Trafficking & Assisted Voluntary Returns) - International Organization on Migration – “The extent of the global problem” (Confirmed)13.50 – Leif Coorlim (Executive Director of CNN’s Special Projects) – “The CNN Freedom Project” (Confirmed)14.10 – Representative from the Netherlands – “Human Trafficking – A European Perspective” (Awaiting confirmation)14.30 – Representative from the RCMP – “Successful law enforcement strategies” (Awaiting confirmation)14.50 – Panel Discussion
10 DAY 1 – Monday 30th September 2013 Workshops – 17.45The workshops will be led by the persons who presented at the plenary inconjunction with a CSI Director. The discussion will focus on the role of CrimeStoppers in each of the subject areas, with the intent of deriving action plansthat can form the basis of a strategic intervention(s) in each of the areas.Workshop One – Supporting the UN Protocols.Workshop Two - Partnering the AFP and the Global Virtual Taskforce in addressing Internet child pornography and cyber bullying.Workshop Three - Supporting the work of the International Organization on Migration,Workshop Four - Partnering with the CNN Freedom Project globally and the infrastructure necessary to receive tips.Specialized Training Workshop – Certified Course on Human Trafficking
11 DAY 2 – Tuesday 1st October 2013 Session Three:Session Three will focus on Intellectual Property Crimes and the impact of same fromvarious perspectives.8.30 – 8.50 Warren MacInnis, Global Services Manager, Anti-Counterfeiting Operations, Underwriters Laboratories.– “The magnitude of IP Crimes globally” (Confirmed)8.50 – 9.10 Michael Ellis (Global Head of Brand Integrity at Beiersdorf, Germany & Chairman of the Advisory Board to INTERPOL’s International IP Crime Investigator’s College (IIPCIC)) – “The threat of counterfeit personal care products” (Confirmed)9.10 – 9.30 Andrew Robinson (Director Investigations, Illicit Trade Strategies & Prevention group at Philip Morris International) – “The threat of counterfeit products to the tobacco industry” (Confirmed)9.30 – 9.50 Representative from the Motion Picture Association – “The threat of piracy to the movie industry”.9.50 – Representative from the FBI – “Strategies to combat piracy in movie industry”10.10 – Refreshment Break
12 DAY 2 – Tuesday 1st October 2013 Session 4Session Four will focus on strategies and measures that can be put in place to addressIP Crimes and mitigate against the trafficking of illicit goods.10.30 – Carl Berry (Head, Trafficking in Person, Intellectual Property & Vice Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force) – “Operational Strategies to address IP Crimes” (Confirmed)10.50 – Representative from the UNODC – “Container Control, Port & Airport Security” (Confirmed)11.10 – Representative from the World Customs Organization – “Customs and Law Enforcement working together” (Awaiting confirmation)11.30 – Panel discussion12.10 – Lunch
13 DAY 2 – Tuesday 1st October 2013 Workshops – 15.30The workshops will be led by the persons who presented at the plenary inconjunction with a CSI Director. The discussion will focus on the role of CrimeStoppers in each of the subject areas, with the intent of deriving action plansthat can form the basis of a strategic intervention(s) in each of the areas.Workshop One – Supporting the personal care industry.Workshop Two – Supporting the tobacco industry.Workshop Three – Supporting the motion picture industry.Workshop Four - Supporting the UNODC and WCO in areas of Container Control, Airport & Port Security etc.Specialized Training Workshop – Investigating IP Crimes
14 DAY 2 – Tuesday 1st October 2013 Special Forums – 17.45Forum One - Strategies to combat drug trafficking - Kurt Van de Walde (Director, Narcotics Division, US Embassy – Barbados & Eastern CaribbeanForum Two - Proceeds of Crime - TBA, (British High Commission – Barbados & Eastern Caribbean)Forum Three - New model for Crime Fighting – TBA – Police Crime Commissioner from the UK.Forum Four – Strategic & Project planning (Bryan Roach)Forum Five - Website & Social Media (Scott Mills) .
15 DAY 3 – Wednesday 2nd October 2013 Session FiveSession Five will address the issue of financial crimes, in particular, payment card fraud,money laundering and corruption and strategies to mitigate against these.8.30 – 8.50 Representative from the FBI – “Latest & future trends in financial crimes”8.50 – 9.10 Representative from the Bank of Nova Scotia – “Response of international commercial banks to payment card fraud” (Confirmed)9.10 – 9.30 Frederick Curry (Principal, Forensic & Dispute Services – Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP) – “Policies to combat money laundering, identification, prevention & mitigation” (Confirmed)9.30 – 9.50 Representative from the UNODC – “The UN Convention against Corruption”
16 DAY 3 – Wednesday 2nd October 2013 Session Five Cont’d9.50 – Andrew Brathwaite – (Chartered Accountant, Former President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados) – “The cost of corruption on business, prevention & mitigation” (Confirmed)10.10 – Charles Pile – (Chief Security Officer, The Central Bank of Barbados) – “Addressing Corruption, the perspective of a state regulatory body”.10.30 – Panel Discussion
17 DAY 3 – Wednesday 2nd October 2013 Workshops – 12.30The workshops will be led by the persons who presented at the plenary inconjunction with a CSI Director. The discussion will focus on the role of CrimeStoppers in each of the subject areas, with the intent of deriving action plansthat can form the basis of a strategic intervention(s) in each of the areas.Workshop One – Supporting the financial sector in mitigating payment card fraud.Workshop Two – Anti-money laundering measures.Workshop Three – Measures to address corruption.12.30 – Lunch
18 DAY 3 – Wednesday 2nd October 2013 Session SixSession Six will re-enforce the role of each stakeholder in the tripartite relationship ofCrime Stoppers.13.45 – Leif Coorlim (Executive Director, CNN Special Projects) – “The role of international media in fighting crime”14.05 – Representative from the United Nations– “The need for safe societies”14.25 – Representative from INTERPOL – The role of global law enforcement14.45 – Panel Discussion15.15 – Refreshment Break_______________________________________________________________________15.30 – Annual General Meeting18.30 – President’s Reception and Gala