Two forthcoming conferences in central London – tackling anti-social behaviour, and reducing car crime.
Among the speakers at a reducing car crime conference in central London on November 8 are: Greg Lawrence, Group Loss Risk Manager, Tesco, on minimising opportunity; and Ken Wigley, Chairman, Parksafe, on crime-proof car parking, both featured in the November 2001 print edition of Professional Security. Other speakers included Prof Gloria Laycock, Director of the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, based at University College London; Bill McLean, Operational Director, National Car Parks; Amanda Turner, Security Attribute Supervisor for Ford; Keith Banbury, Chief Executive of the British Parking Association; and Nigel Williams, Consultant Acqusitions Director, Universal Parking. Mike Franklin, Northamptonshire Police Community Safety Officer, described ?Project Overlap by Design? – using technology to reduce vehicle crime and increase arrests. For details of the event contact organisers Landor Conferences, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Ring: 020 7582 0128, fax: 020 7587 5308, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the website www.landor.co.uk
Crime and anti-social behaviour wreck lives and undermine communities and local economies. So say the organisers of a community safety conference entitled ?Joining up services to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour and to encourage good citizenship?. The event runs on November 22, from 9am to 5pm, at the Savoy Place Conference Centre, London WC2. Speakers invited include David Dodd, Safer Runnymede Manager, on use of CCTV by the Surrey local authority; Paul Cullen, Community Safety Co-ordinator, East Manchester NDC; Nick Mannion, Knutton Cross Heath neighbourhood manager, on joining up local services; Tony Billinghurst, Director, Mediation UK, on resolving disputes between neighbours; Jim Daniell, Director, Crime, Policing and Crime Reduction Group at the Home Office; and Sgt Paul Dunn, London Borough of Islington Anti-social behaviour team on use of Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs). For details contact organisers Landor Conferences, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5RD. Ring: 020 7582 0128, fax: 020 7587 5308, e-mail: email@example.com
and visit the website www.landor.co.uk