Safe Cities International

Safe Cities International
16-18 September 2014, London

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If you would like to meet with leading ministers, city officials and police chiefs in order to discuss your current challenges in making your city safe, Safe Cities International will be providing the ideal forum to discuss your concerns this September.

Leading senior speakers for this global conference with convene in London to discuss their success stories and provide insight into how you could implement your safe city strategy.

These speakers include:

  • The Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot MP , Joint Committee National Security Strategy, Houses of Parliament
  • Dr. Robert Griffin, Deputy Under Secretary, Science and Technology, US Department of Homeland Security
  • Chief William Blair, Chief of Police, Toronto Police Service
  • Commissioner Peter Joo Hee Ng , Police Commissioner, Singapore Police Force

We also have confirmed delegations from Canadian Ministry of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, INTERPOL, Sind Police-Pakistan, Greater London Authority, Boston City Council
Nelson Mandela Bay-South Africa, London Assembly, Turkish National Police, Bavarian State Criminal Police Office, Egyptian Ministry of Communications& Information Technology, Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transportation, United Nations Development Program, Victoria Police-Australia and Sierra Leone Police.

You can view all confirmed speakers in the Safe Cities International brochure, available online.

Additionally, as a subscriber to Security Media Publishing, you will receive 20% when you register to attend Safe Cities International with the code: SAFECITY

Secure your place online at www.safecitiesinternational.com, by calling +44 (0) 207 368 9737 or by emailing enquire@defenceiq.com.

I look forward to meeting you in London.

Kind regards,

Simon Wigfield
Director
Safe Cities International

P.S. If you are interested in sponsorship or exhibition opportunities, please contact the team directly at sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk.

 

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