The conference was hold at The Justiční Palác in central Prague. Entrance 28. pluku 29B, 100 00 Praha 10-Vršovice.
Questions: Mr. Kjell Elefalk, Kontakt@trygghetmanagement.se
Founding members of the International Reflection Group:
- Mr. Bengt Svenson, Ret. National Chief Police Commissioner 2007-2014, Swedish Police Service
- Mr. Aleksander Krebl, International Police Advisor, Slovenia
- Dr. Peter Lindström, PhD in Criminology, Stockholm County Police, Sweden
- Mr. Kjell Elefalk, Ret. Development Director, Swedish Police Service, Sweden
Co-Chairpersons during the conference:
- Dr. Ms Michaela Stefunkova, the Czech Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention.
- Superintendent. Ms May-Britt Ronaldo, Region West, Swedish Police Service.
- Mgr. Ms. Zuzana Kostelnikova, the Czech Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention.
The first day
11th April Main theme: The Citizens, academic studies and crime prevention in Czech Republic and Sweden. Current innovative perspectives in criminology theories, local communities and policing. The day ends with a description of Digital Community Policing.
0900 Welcome to Prague!
Dr. Mr Miroslav Scheinost, Director of the Czech Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention.
0920 Welcome to the Conference! Background, purpose and objective in the European context.
Mr. Kjell Elefalk, The Network of organisers.
0950 “The Measurement of Effectiveness of Preventive Projects”
Ms Tina Mrazkova, Ministry of Interior, Czech Republic
1100 “The Local Safety Measurement Paradigm – 20 years of national experiences in Swedish Community Policing”
Mr. Kjell Elefalk, Senior Advisor, ret. Development Director Swedish Police Service
1300 “Victimization survey focused on the experience of the Czech population with selected types of offences within the set reference period"
Dr. Ms Michaela Stefunkova, Mgr. Ms Zuzana Kostelnikova, the Czech Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention
1350 “The City of Stockholm and the Safety Measurement results influencing the cooperation between The Local Government and The Stockholm Region Police”
Dr. Mr Peter Lindström, Stockholm Police, Dr. Mr Niklas Roth Stockholm Local Government
1500 "Creating Safer Society / Digital Community Policing",
Dr. Mr Gohar Sargsyan, ICT Innovation Lead EU, CGI Group Inc.
1550 Summary and discussion day 1
The second day
12th April Theme: Contemporary practical examples of European applications of research in practical community work and in policing.
0900 European Neighbourhood Watch Association (EUNWA), presentation of the organization's activities and priorities.
Chairman Mr. Karl Brunnbauer, Austria
0920 The European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN), presentation of the organization's activities and priorities,
Ms. Chadia Dehbi, EUCPN Secretariat, Brussels
0940 “Looking for the answers from the answers”. Estonian example of reducing crime and crime prevention.
Professor Mr.Priit Suve, Estonia
1030 “Elderly Victims of Crime” Ret. Police superintendent Mr. Maximilian Edelbacher, Austria
1130 “Organised Crime Groups in Europe - What that mean in praxis”
Mr. Dragan Gagovic, OSCE officer
1315 “Is there a contradiction between private and public actors in the fight against organized crime? - A field study
Senior Advisor Mr. Michael Engelberg, Sweden
1345 Swedish Crime Harm Index as a model for Harm-Focused Policing”.
Superintendent Ms. May-Britt Rinaldo, West Region, Swedish Police
1500 Knowledge-led policing – How do we understand this concept?
Dr. Mr. Peter Lindström, Malmö University and Stockholm Region Police, Sweden
1545 Summary and Final discussion
The third day
13th April Theme: Study visits in Czech Institutions enabling crime prevention
0900 -1100 The Regional Prevention Coordinator for Central Bohemia Region
1300 - 1500 The Crime Prevention Department of the Czech Ministry of Interior