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Environmental crime conference

The fourth National Environmental Crime Conference will once again act as an international platform to bring together academic expertise with practitioners and policy-makers to discuss a range of current and future eco-crime problems such as wildlife crime, industrial pollution and illegal waste disposal.

Speakers include Andy Higham, Head of the National Crime Team, The Environment Agency; Charlotte Davies, Intelligence Analyst, Environmental Investigation Agency; and Davyth Stewart, of Interpol. The forensic marking product company SmartWater will give a case study with Kent County Council.

The event runs on Wednesday, November 27, at 30 Euston Square, central London. For more details visit –

On the day will be a panel discussion, academic posters, a fund-raising event and live demonstrations of some technologies that could be used to detect and prevent environmental crime. The conference is organised by University College London’s Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science, with the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics Knowledge Transfer Network (ESP-KTN).


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