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Serious Organised Acquisitive Crime Conference, introduced by CC Amanda Blakeman KPM (Part 1)

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The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) recently held their Serious Organised Acquisitive Crime (SOAC) Portfolio’s Annual Conference and Exhibition in Leicestershire, England.

PolicingTV captured some of the highlights from the two day event, including the thoughts of some of the many speakers, exhibitors and attendees.

In this first of two videos from the Conference, we hear from SOAC Portfolio National Lead and North Wales Police Chief Constable, Amanda Blakeman KPM, as well as from conference speakers including Chief Inspector Andy Duddle from Europol, Superintendent Fiona Gaffney from the Yorkshire & Humber Regional Crime Unit, Assistant Chief Constable Charlie Doyle who leads the NPCC’s Metal Crime Portfolio, plus Detective Chief Superintendent Jim Taylor and Steph Coombes from OPAL, the national intelligence unit for serious organised acquisitive crime.

Also featured from the conference Sponsors and Exhibitors are Forensic Analytics’ Gavin Kinrade, Auror’s Mark Gleeson and Ellen Dick, and Gary Higgins from DeterTech.

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