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Agenda

Dubrovnik, Croatia | 17 - 19 October 2017

FORENSICS: THE STARTING POINT

Agenda Day 1

Details about Day 1

Day one will focus on how forensic practioners can better assist police investigators solve firearm-related crime in a more timely fashion. The day will feature presentations, panels and workshops on topics such as firearms recovery protocols and best practices for accurate and efficient evidence collection, analysis and lead generation, with an emphasis on the use of IBIN and other INTERPOL services.

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BUILDING INTELLIGENCE

Agenda Day 2

Details about Day 2

Day two immerses attendees in the finer points of structuring and implementing successful units for gathering and sharing firearm-related intelligence, followed by expert advice on analytics using the latest technologies. The day closes with an international law-enforcement panel on their countries’ efforts to counteract trafficking of illicit firearms, organized crime and terrorism.

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This year, a new hands-on format will ensure that attendees are actively engaged while learning effective methods for prioritizing evidence and generating investigator leads. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn how intelligence communities in jurisdictions around the world are handling complex firearm challenges.

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POLICY: THE BROADER PICTURE OF INVESTIGATIONS

Agenda Day 3

Details about Day 3

Day three provides a stimulating blend of presentations and panel discussions on post conflict programs to maintain peace and stability in a region and legislation that helps Police investigate and solve firearm crime more efficiently. A keynote speaker will close out the symposium with a success story that embraces many of the recommendations elaborated over the three days and that provides a strong framework for any region facing post-conflict issues, organized crime and terrorism.

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This year, a new hands-on format will ensure that attendees are actively engaged while learning effective methods for prioritizing evidence and generating investigator leads. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn how intelligence communities in jurisdictions around the world are handling complex firearm challenges.

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