Digital Street Policing Must Include All Officers, Both Veterans & Millennial
March 17th - March 20th Dubai, UAE
Cash, The Good, the Bad & the Ugly
Drug Trafficking, Money Laundering, Organized Crime.
Tracking Currency Globally
Keynote Speaker Mr. Nicholas Ashton
The symposium, which is held biennially by Dubai Police, aims at gathering police professionals and experts from around the globe to exchange knowledge and best practices on different aspects of modern policing.
The symposium also aims at sharing knowledge and expertise among all participants. In their continuous endeavor for excellence, Dubai Police always seek the best practices regionally and globally.
The symposium will bring together speakers and participants from at least 16 countries including the United States of America, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Thailand, China, Singapore, Canada, Portugal, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Japan and Australia.
It is an opportunity for professionals to share their experiences as well as present papers and workshops pertaining to police practices.
Dirty money is an understatement. The only proactive part of law enforcement is attempting to track monies/currency inserted into the drug and organized crime world, and then frustratingly attempting to be tracked, located and then match the seized funds with stored and siloed evidence of the street inserted currency.
‘County lines is when criminals from major cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, London, and Birmingham expand their drug networks to other areas of the country. ... The crime is called county lines because a single telephone number is used to order drugs, operated from outside the area.’ Does the United States have the same issues? Of course, no one though is discussing as openly as in the U.K., but they should be. The interconnection of the corridors of roadways, highways and federal thoroughfares daily are having millions of cash, drugs and human trafficking being traveled. It is not necessary to argue on of what we should or should not be doing; it is about resolution in a cost-effective manner with the outcome being more arrests, incarcerations and serious reduction in these crimes, which in turn changes all crime.
It is staggering how a simple criminal demand, kidnap note and execution has changed in the last fifty years. There are no more cutting words out of a newspaper, pasting them on a piece of paper and delivering to the intended target by snail mail, to share a criminal demand.
It has gone beyond ‘high-tech’!
For law enforcement to start understanding the various methods, you must have data, unique information. Across the globe, law enforcement, Interpol, Europol and in the Middle East, countries such as Dubai, UAE are like all, finding difficulty in understanding the movement and connections of this Cyber explosion of financial technology.
The necessity to share information promptly is akin to someone having a stroke or heart attack. Every second counts, as the collection and sharing of data with preventing the inevitable. Death, or in the case of ransomware, a payment via Crypto Currency with even ending still with no access to data, because it was all a scam in the first place.
LENSS enables you to have the base information to act upon and piece together all the parties involved through Unique Identifiers within the transactions.
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