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European Crime Prevention Conference 2024

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Tallinn, Estonia
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The European Crime Prevention Conference is a biennial conference organised by the Secretariat of the EUCPN and funded by the European Commission. The Conference offers a forum to share knowledge and experiences regarding crime prevention across the European Union. It welcomes policymakers, practitioners and academics, but maintains a consistent focus on the frontline.

The third European Crime Prevention Conference is dedicated to the prevention of organised crime. What is the current state of organised crime prevention? What can we do to effectively prevent the recruitment of young people into organised crime? How can the administrative approach disrupt organised crime activities? Additionally, topics such as the prevention of online fraud and trafficking in human beings will be explored.

The full programme will be uploaded soon. Starting from 1 March 2024, registration will be publicly available.

 

Overview programme

17 April 2024

09:15 registration

09:45 welcome and opening speech

10:15 plenary session 1: from evidence to action

11:00 coffee break

11:30 session 1

  • Youth recruitment: community-based programmes
  • Initiating crime prevention projects: training insights from the EUCPN
  • European initiatives in preventing organised crime

13:00 lunch break (poster sessions)

14:00 session 2

  • Tackling youth recruitment: a cross-border discussion
  • Getting started with the administrative approach
  • Online fraud: partnerships with the private sector

15:30 coffee break

16:00 plenary session 2: Estonia’s journey towards a unified and effective prevention system

17:00 end of day 1

18 April 2024

09:00 registration

09:15 welcome speech

09:30 plenary session 3: Understanding the recruitment into organised crime

10:30 coffee break

11:00 session 3

  • Youth recruitment: family- and community-based prevention programmes
  • Applying barrier models to tackle organised crime
  • Preventing trafficking in human beings for labour and criminal exploitation

12:30 plenary session 4: Concluding remarks

13:00 lunch and end of day 2