The University of New South Wales hosted the Organised Crime and Criminal Networks Workshop on Friday February 22, 2013.

The workshop aimed to maximise meaningful and on-going cooperation between researchers and law enforcement agencies in the area of organised crime and criminal networks, with a focus on drug trafficking networks. The workshop included presentations by leading experts (a mix of researchers and law enforcement agents) in the areas of organised crime and criminal networks.

Speakers: Professor Carlo Morselli (University of Montreal), Dr David Bright (UNSW), Ms Claire Rickards (NSW Police), and Dr John Moss (Australian Crime Commission).

Any questions may be directed to Dr David Bright, David.Bright[at]unsw.edu[dot]au.

Program

 Includes links to Powerpoint slides.

 

8.30-9.00

Arrival and registration

9:00-9:15


Welcome: Dr David Bright


9.15-10.15

 Prof Carlo Morselli (University of Montreal)

A Decade in Hell: Assessing the Hype and Reality of the Hells Angels’ “Dominance” in Quebec Drug Markets

Morselli (2013)


10.15-10.30

 Morning Tea

10.30-11.30

 Dr John Moss (ACC)

Fusion and Discovery: A case study of integrating advanced analytics into traditional criminal intelligence methodologies to combat serious and organised crime.


11:30-12.30

 Ms Claire Rickards (NSW Police)

Connecting organised crime research to practice: NSW Police Force perspective


12.30-1.30

 Lunch

1.30-2.30

 Dr David Bright (UNSW) and Dr Catherine Greenhill (UNSW)

Dismantling and disrupting criminal networks: A research perspective.

Bright and Greenhill (2013)


2.30-3.00


Discussion


3.00-3.15

 Afternoon tea

3.15-4.30


Discussion


4.30

 

Closing remarks


 

Presentations 

 

Morselli (2013)

 

Bright and Greenhill (2013)