8-9 July 2013 Lyon, France: Global Police Focus on Technology Against Crime

Ethics, Law Enforcement
Berto Jongman
Berto Jongman

TECHNOLOGY AGAINST CRIME

A unique gathering of senior ministerial officials, chiefs of police and security services, leaders of industry, and researchers

  • 600 international participants expected
  • A unique format: business, innovative and prospective
  • Participation of international ministers and of official delegations of INTERPOL member countries
  • A strategic and prospective debate
  • A shared objective: PROTECTING THE FUTURE

8-9 July 2013

Lyon, France

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Phi Beta Iota:  This would be more impressive if they had a co-equal track on ethical, educational, and social means of preventing crime across all fronts.  Technology is not a substitute for ethics or education or thinking.  This is very troubling — governments are failing to think holistically or to plan, program, and budget on the basis of ethical evidence-based decision-support.  As Paul Strassman once said, information technology makes bad management worse.  Preventing crime starts with governments being legitimate