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5th International Conference on Crime Observation and Criminal Analysis

Author(s) : CIPC


ICPC in association with the Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales (ONDRP-France), the Observatoire national de la délinquance dans les transports (ONDT-France), the Subsecretaría de Prevención y Participación Ciudadana de la Secretaría de Gobernación (SEGOB) de México – Ministry of Interior, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID-Mexico),  the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL-Mexico), the Center of Excellence in Statistical Information on Government, Crime, Victimization and Justice Center  UNODC-INEGI,  organized its 5th International Conference on Crime Observation and Criminal Analysis from November 3 to 6 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico.

The conference in numbers:  400 participants, 56 speakers, 10 panels, 4 plenary sessions, 3 languages, 4 continents, 13 countries, 2 Side Events. 

The International Conference was deemed very successful in terms of organization, program, diversity of participants, quality of the presentations and discussions. 

The conference proceedings will be available in January 2016


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1. Programme
2. Press coverage
3. Photos
4. Speakers' biographies
5. Press release



Videos:

https://youtu.be/vsi-zjNEvGY - A glimpse of the conference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTPEr_6QiV4 - Mr. Daniel Cauchy, ICPC Director General.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS9DWDbIku4&feature=youtu.be - Testimonials (available in Spanish)

Opening Plenary Session - Moderator: Mr. Pablo Madriaza (available in Spanish)

Second Plenary Session - Moderator: Ms. Lucie Léonard

Third Plenary Session - Moderator: Mr. Raúl Soto Zamora (available in Spanish)

Panel 1 - Moderator: Mr. Salvador Berumen Sandoval (available in Spanish)

Panel 3 - Moderator: Mr. Jean-Luc Besson (available in French)

Panel 4 - Moderator: Mr. Emilio Daniel Cunjama López (available in Spanish)

Panel 6 - Moderator: Ms. Anie Samson (available in French)

Panel 7 - Moderator: Mr. Christophe Soullez (available in French)

Panel 8 - Moderator: Mr. Armando Orduña (available in Spanish)

Panel 9 - Moderator: Mr. Ben Reames

Panel 10 - Moderator: Ms. Jimena Cándano (available in Spanish)


PRESENTATIONS
The presentations of the speakers are available below (please note that the interventions of the speakers are presented in their original language and that only the available presentations will be displayed online).



Wednesday, November 4th 2015


1. Opening Plenary Session: New challenges and progress in observation, analysis, prevention of violence and crime

2. Second Plenary Session: New crime analysis methodologies in urban settings

3. Third Plenary Session: New challenges for crime observatories in Mexico and the culture of lawfulness

  • Ms. Dominique Derijckere, Research Coodinator, Citizen Observatory for Prevention, Security and Justice in Chihuahua, Mexico Observatory.
  • Mr. Francisco Rivas, Director, Observatorio nacional ciudadano (National Citizen's Observatory), Mexico.
  • Ms. Celina Izquierdo, Observatorio de Violencia Social y de Género de Benito Juárez, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
  • Ms. Claudia Zulema Gil Anaya, Director, Observatorio Urbano de Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.


Thursday, November 5th 2015

Panel 1: Analyzing and promoting safety in the context of human mobility

Panel 2: Analyzing and preventing crime in a digital world

  • Mr. Ciro Humberto Ortiz Estrada, Commissioner General, Chair of the Scientific Division, Federal Police, Mexico.
  • Ms. Ana María Salazar Slack, Securuty specialist, Mexico.
  • Mr. Eduardo Vázquez Rossainz, Director, Planeación Estratégica para la Prevención, Undersecretary for Prevention and Citizen Participation, Ministry of the Interior (SEGOB) of Mexico, Mexico.

Panel 3: The contribution of alternative sources of information to crime observation

Panel 4: The relationship between observation and new crime prevention strategies in urban settings

Panel 5: Analyzing and promoting safety in public transport

Panel 6: Analyzing and preventing processes leading to violent extremism

Panel 7: Analyzing and preventing violence against women

Panel 8: Social prevention of violence and crime in Mexico: practical tools

  • Mr. Antonio Iskandar, Director, Programa para la Convivencia Ciudadana (Program for Urban Coexistence) USAID, Mexico.
  • Ms. Ibeth Rodríguez, Deputy Director General, Training and Innovation, Subsecretaría de Prevención y Participación Ciudadana de la Secretaría de Gobernación (SEGOB - Undersecretary for Prevention and Citizen Participation - Ministry of the Interior), Mexico.
  • Mr. Eduardo Garza Cavazos, Director, Centro de Integración Ciudadana, Mexico.


Friday, November 6th 2015


Panel 9: Analyzing civilian oversight mechanisms for security forces

Panel 10: Analyzing and preventing delinquency in the juvenile context

Closing Plenary Session: Citizen participation in measuring criminal phenomena

Closing keynote address

  • Mr. Serge Bruneau, Consultant, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) and co-founder of the International Conference on Crime Observation and Criminal Analysis, Canada.