Who Should Attend

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The 2018 Crime Stoppers National Conference is designed for those who plan, enforce, or support criminal law in Australia. It will be of use to those interested in encouraging and supporting the community to disrupt crime of all types to keep Australia sage – through programs, campaigns, and engagement.

Discussion this year will particularly focus on the role of the Australian community and Crime Stoppers in disrupting:

  • Cyber crime

  • Financial crime 

  • Family and domestic violence and

  • Transnational organised crime.

Delegates will include law enforcement, government policy and operations areas, academics, business and community representatives and the media allowing for collaborative discussion from all angles.

In addition to the conference program, attendees will network and share knowledge, opportunities and insight with subject matter experts.

Our objective is to inspire federal, state and territory government agencies and business partners to collaborate with Crime Stoppers on successful national and jurisdictional campaigns similar to ‘Operation ROAM’ and ‘Dob in a Dealer’.

Participants will come away with a strong understanding of the benefits of working with Crime Stoppers and are encouraged to explore further collaboration opportunities into the future.

Delegates will include representatives from

Crime Stoppers and Law Enforcement

Crime Stoppers – Board Members, Executives and Volunteers

Strategic / Operational Planning Staff

Neighbourhood Watch

AFP, State and Territory Police and Coordinators

Australian Border Force

Regulatory and Government Agencies

Department of Home Affairs

Attorney General’s Department

Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission / AIC / CrimTrac

Australian Taxation Office

Department of Human Services / Centrelink

Australian Cyber Security Centre

Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA)

Australian Security Industry Association Ltd (ASIAL)

Academics / Universities

ACT Justice and Community Safety Directorate

ACT Community Councils (Not for Profit Community Groups)