Mon21Jan201911:00 amSaddler's Hall, Gutter Lane, LondonRosalind Ellis – Drugs Intelligence Analyst for the Force Intelligence Bureau will provide a whistle stop tour of key findings of the Drug Profile compiled for the City. This will outline the nature and scope of the problem, types of drugs in circulation here, (predominantly cocaine,) and the impact of drugs in terms of criminality and on the community; whether cost implications on public services, health implications, risk around drug supply, resultant anti-social behaviour in the community or reputational risk.Rosalind will introduce the Risk Reduction Strategy and work the City of London Police are launching in collaboration with the Corporation of London and relevant agencies to ensure a robust approach is taken to Drugs in the City.In particular, the relevance to City businesses will be highlighted, in terms of corporate risk and responsibility. Essentially employers have an important role to play and the Corporation and City of London Police want to work with you.Expected timings of the meeting are as follows:-11.00 Coffee and Registration11.30 Chairman’s Introduction11.40 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.55 – 12.30 Speaker12.30 Questions & CloseIf this subject does not fall within your area of responsibility, please forward to the most appropriate person within your organisation.Please e-mail me on email@example.com should you wish to attend.
Mon11Feb201911:00 amDrapers' Hall, Throgmorton Avenue, London EC2N 2DQOur speaker, Jeremy Fitton who is the Director of Enterprise Solutions at L3, will present on drones; authorised and unauthorised - What is the difference? The impact on business operations of unauthorised drones - Do you need a drone emergency procedure? Will you have to evacuate or message your patrons? And finally the security notification - detection, tracking, and reporting drones in London, how L3 is gathering drone proximity data and how you can access that data.11.00 Coffee and Registration11.30 Chairman's Introduction11.35 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.50 - 12.30 Speaker12.30 Questions & Close
Mon25Mar201911:00 amStationers' Hall, Ave Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DDSubject: Cyber GriffinVenue: The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers, Stationers’ Hall, Ava Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DDSpeaker: PS Charlie Morrison – City of London PolicePS Charlie Morrison of the City of London Police will provide a review of key cyber criminality trends, what these mean for security and how they have informed the City of London Police’s plan to proactively protect the Square Mile through their initiative Cyber Griffin. There will be an opportunity for members to take up the free services designed to better protect you from cyber-crime.Expected timings of the meeting are as follows:-11.00 Coffee and Registration11.30 Chairman’s Introduction11.40 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.55 Guest Speaker12.30 Questions & Close
Wed10Apr201911:00 amMercers' Hall, Ironmonger Lane, London EC2V 8HEChief Superintendent Conaghan is Head of Specialist Operations for BTP. He looks after the specialist tactical support function which includes firearms, specialist response (CBRN), dogs and behavioural detection nationally. His primary responsibility is in counter terrorism policing. The presentation by Chief Superintendent Conaghan will cover:
- CT policing and Crime Prevention
- Doing more with less
- Business role in crime prevention – partnership approach
- Societal trends and innovative solutions
Fri17May201911:00 amVintners' Hall, Upper Thames St, London EC4V 3BGAGM May 2019Please note that the May meeting of the City of London Crime Prevention Association will be the Annual General Meeting, being held on Friday, 17th May 2019. After the formal business of the AGM has concluded, there will be a updates by Commissioner Dyson, Doug Barrow and John Barradell.A subsidised lunch will be provided after the meeting for members wishing to network, the cost will be £60 per head. Full details of the meeting are as follows:-Date: Friday May 17th, 2019Venue: Vintner’s Hall, Upper Thames Street, London EC4V 3BG.Expected timings of the meeting are as follows:-10.30 Registration and Coffee11.00 Start of meeting11.05 Formal AGM business11.20 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.40 Update from Commissioner Dyson, Doug Barrow and John Barradell12.10 Questions/Close/LunchIf you wish to attend the meeting please e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you wish to join us for lunch, please complete the booking slip and return, with your cheque made payable to City of London CPA, by Friday, 3rd May. If you are paying by BACS, please let me know if you require an invoice. Places are limited so please note allocation will be on a first come first served basis.Booking Slip Reply AGM and Lunch May 2019The existing Committee members are prepared to stand for re-election at the Annual General Meeting.
Tue18Jun2019Thu20Jun20199:00 amExCel, London
FIREX International is the only event that connects the global fire and security markets, and gives fire and security professionals access to the very latest technology from suppliers across the world, cutting-edge solutions and the essential knowledge to ensure life safety. So whether you work solely in the fire industry or across both fire and security, a visit to FIREX International is a must.
Find out more here: www.firex.co.uk
Tue18Jun2019Thu20Jun20199:00 amExCel, London
IFSEC International 2019 is your chance to witness groundbreaking security technology as it’s put to the test. Evaluate how the latest solutions perform against real life attack scenarios, find answers to your day-to-day integrated security challenges, and take advantage of the opportunity to network with fellow installers, integrators, distributors, consultants and end users from across the globe.
Wed19Jun201911:00 amTallow Chandlers' Hall, Dowgate Hall, London
Sean O’Callaghan – Assistant Chief Constable, Specialist Capabilities, BTP
Fri05Jul201911:00 amClothworkers' Hall, Dunster Court, Mincing LaneOur Speaker, Simon Trundle, Managing Director of Grendon Design Agency will cover the topic of 'Bomb Blast' and will touch on the following topics of interest to building owners, occupiers and developers working within the City of London.1: Latest update on blast protection standards and change in threat devices.2: Hostile vehicle protection solutions when PAS68 is not an option.3: Protection of entrance lobbies against threat of marauding armed attack.In additon, we have Guy Ferguson who is CEO Police Crime Prevention Initiatives 2016. The ‘not-for-profit’ organisation, a catalyst for UK Crime Prevention promoting ‘Secured by Design’ to reduce police demand by innovations in designing out crime.They have broadened and diversified the services offered to include independently accredited Crime Prevention/Designing Out Crime/Problem Solving Training Courses from the College of Policing 2017 and Cyber-crime prevention advice and certification after acquiring London Digital Security Centre in 2018 and renaming it Police Digital Security Centre to reflect its UK wide offering.Expected timings of the meeting are as follows:-11.00 Coffee and Registration11.30 Chairman’s Introduction11.35 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.45 Guy Ferguson, Chief Executive Office – Secure by Design,Police Crime Prevention Initiatives12.00 – 12.35 Speaker12.35 Questions & Close
Mon16Sep201911:00 amGrocers' Hall, Princes St, London EC2R 8AD
City of London Crime Prevention Association
September meeting: 16th September:Detective Superintendent Sean Yates from the Metropolitan Police Service will present on 'Work of the Violent Crime Task Force tackling violence Pan London'.Expected timings of the meeting are as follows:-11.00 Coffee and Registration11.30 Chairman’s Introduction11.40 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.55 Guest Speaker12.30 Questions & Close
Thu10Oct201911:00 amCarpenter’s Hall, Throgmorton Avenue, London EC2N 2JJPlease note the details for our next meeting on Thursday, 10th October 2019.Subject: “Cyber Defence Alliance”Venue: Carpenter’s Hall, Throgmorton Avenue, London EC2N 2JJSpeaker: Philip Marshall, Director Operations - CDAOur speaker, Philip Marshall from the Cyber Defence Alliance (CDA), will be presenting about the CDA, it’s purpose, intent and benefit. Philip will also cover the current Cyber trends and preventative actions.Expected timings of the meeting are as follows:-11.00 Coffee and Registration11.30 Chairman’s Introduction11.40 City of London Police Crime Update and Counter Terrorism Update11.55 City of London Crime Prevention Lead (Protect and Prepare)12.00 – 12.35 Speakers12.35 Questions & Close
Thu14Nov20196:00 pmGrange City Hotel, London
On Thursday 14th November 2019, we will be holding our annual fundraising dinner at the Grange City Hotel in London.
The evening will commence with a drinks reception followed by a three course meal which will include a half bottle of wine per person, followed by coffee and petit four.
Places are limited, so if you would like to join us please email Irona Wilson at:
We would be very grateful for auction and raffle prizes, likewise we are looking for items to go into a table goody bag, so if you are able to help us could you please once again email Irona in the first instance.
As already mentioned the CSSC is a charitable organisation that receives no official funding.
We do not charge membership as we do not feel that it is appropriate, and so events such as this dinner are a very important way of us raising funds which in turn ensures our ability to carry on providing the service that we do.
If you are unable to join us on the evening and cannot help us with an auction or raffle prize but would still like to support us then a financial donation would be very welcome. You can make a donation by visiting our JustGiving page....
For details, please see attached Flyer: CSSC Fund Raiser 2019
Mon25Nov201911Fishmongers Hall, London Bridge, London EC4R 9EL.
Date: Monday, 25thNovember 2019
Subject: Modern Slavery
Venue: Fishmongers Hall, London Bridge, London EC4R 9EL.