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Dear Law Enforcers

Intelligence Transfer Centre hosted the 5th Annual Intelligence Strategies and Crime Prevention For Law Enforcers that was attended by over 60 delegates from both the private and public sector.

This years conference highlighted the importance of information sharing within the enforcement industry and the benefits that this information sharing has for law enforcement. A key theme that resonated through all of the presentation was that all law enforcement agencies need collaborate to improve information sharing to and combat a common enemy.

Top Speakers for 2013 as rated by you

Senior Counsel Zaais van Zyl, Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY
Jason Jordaan, Head: Fibre Forensic Department, SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE UNIT
Vanessa Lynch, Founder & Executive Director, DNA PROJECT
Louis Engelbrecht, Executive Manager Legal Services, EKURHULENI METROPOLITANPOLICE
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Lobo das Neves, Owner, INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT INSTITUTE

Some of the key outcomes, during the open forum included:

  • The competency of law enforcement can be achieved through improving the professional conduct of enforcers
  • The DNA Act will only improve the criminal justice procedure by providing solid evidence for prosecutors
  • The DNA Act also allows DNA profiles to be run through a judicial system, this can provide new light to cold cases as far back as 10 years
  • Information sharing is the key to forging stronger relationships between all local law enforcement and transnational law enforcement
  • The importance of profiling and identifying offenders is pertinent to the crime scene, by understanding the mind of the offender the crime scene becomes easier to read
  • There are various techniques in cyber crime methodologies available for local enforcement to use, this becomes a matter of collaboration and communication
  • It is only through identifying and dealing with potential corrupt employees can the organisation win the fight on corruption
  • Whistle blowers protraction needs to made a priority, this will encourage more whistle blowers to step-up
The conference was rated as:
79% Excellent, 21% Good

ITC would like to congratulate Lt Col Thembi Vilakazi from SANDF, who won a free seat to next years  6th Annual Intelligence Strategies and Crime Prevention for Law  conference.

What you had to say about this year’s conference

“The information given was very enlightening and very necessary”
Accountant, SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE UNIT

“Topics were very interesting and I enjoyed how practical speakers became”
Lt Colonel, SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

“Speakers really do think out of the box,  this year’s speaker had a positive approach to our common challenges”
Chief Superintendent, EKURHULENI METRO POLICE

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Thank you to this year’s sponsor

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