‘Data Analytics – Fighting Tomorrow’s Organised Crime’ WORKSHOP
Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research
20 November 2017 | London
12:00 – 15:00
The workshop’s objective is to explore the potential uses of data analytics technology for combatting organised crime, and discuss the implications for law enforcement, research and policy. The event will bring together representatives from government, law enforcement and academia.
This workshop, hosted by RUSI’s Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research, will aim to address the following research question:
‘How can new data science technology be effectively harnessed to better respond to the threats posed by organised crime?’
The first session will consist of presentations from three guest speakers to help frame and kick off the discussion. The second session with be an open discussion in a roundtable format, chaired by Alexander Babuta, Research Analyst in Policing and Organised Crime at RUSI.
A sandwich lunch will be served between the two sessions. A full agenda will be sent out in the coming days. To confirm your attendance, please email Alexander at AlexanderB@rusi.org Spaces for the workshop are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis
Please note the workshop will be held entirely off-the-record and remarks will be non-attributable.