Human Security and Transnational Crime is a premiere event that is committed to concentrate on transnational crime and its impact on human security. The conference will draw together academic and policy experts, practitioners, and community stakeholders, offering them with ideal forums to interact, discuss, and share their ideas for impending challenges. The event wishes to focus on many possibilities such as, intelligence-led decision-making, community policing, police and security reform, and crime prevention. The conference will also lay emphasis the impact of violence on victims and front-line police officers. Human Security and Transnational Crime will spotlight various topics, providing attendees deep insights regarding relevant aspects. These significant topics are as follows:
- What is transnational crime?
- What are the drivers of transnational crime?
- What are drivers behind criminality and violence?
- What role does organized crime play?
- What role does corruption play?
- What should be the priority on the protection of the rights of the individual?
- What should be the priority on the protection of society?
- What should be the priority on the protection of the state and its sovereignty?
The targeted visitors at Human Security and Transnational Crime are:
- Criminal Defence and Regulatory Practitioners
- Compliance Officers
- Intelligence Research Analysts
- Law Enforcement Officials
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