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The changing nature of crime


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In this roundtable discussion we focused on the way the technological revolution in our everyday lives has presented fresh policing challenges in the form of cyber-crime, fraud online abuse and other crimes.

Topics covered included:

  • How the Covid pandemic nudged more people online and the challenges this presents
  • Fraud and cyber-crime in the context of adverse economic conditions
  • How data can help police forces to predict and prevent crime
  • Preparing for the online policing challenges of the future, such as multi-channel engagement with the public, using data to prevent and investigate crime.

Our panellists included

  1. Martyn Evans, Chair Scottish Police Authority
  2. DCC Malcolm Graham , Police Scotland
  3. Stan Gilmour , Director Thames Valley violence reduction unit ( thematic lead for data across all of the VRUs )
  4. Simon Kempton, Treasurer/ Trysorydd.  Police Federation of England and Wales/Ffederasiwn Heddlu Cymru a Lloegr
  5. D.I.  Hinesh Mehta, Cyber Crime Unit Manager, West Midlands Police
  6. Mandy Kauer, College of Policing:   (DPP) Strategic Work Stream Lead:  Legal Exploitation of Data and Evidence
  7. Charlotte Hails, Virgin Media O2 Business – Justice & Blue Light lead
  8. Martin McFadyen, Virgin Media O2 Business – Head of Public Sector

Join Virgin Media O2 Business, and the PolicingTV editorial team as we look at “the changing nature of Crime”

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