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  2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada
2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada October 29-November 1 Toronto, Canada The 17th Annual ACFE Canadian Fraud Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity to learn from Canada’s top anti-fraud professionals. In addition to notable keynote speakers, the program features two tracks covering current fraud issues, case studies and practical solutions. For more information or to register, please visit http://www.fraudconference.com/canada2017.aspx

COPSWEST Training & Expo 2017

COPSWEST provides public safety officials of all ranks and agency sizes an opportunity to explore the newest technology, learn from industry leaders and network with current and future leaders. All ranks from public safety agencies and government departments are encouraged to attend three-day event featuring three days of educational training sessions, charity BBQ cook-off, a two-day expo and more! POST-Certified Training Sessions COPSWEST features three days of POST-certified training. Theme and course descriptions will be available May 2017. Choose to register for one, two or all three days of training to take your career and your agency to the next level. Expo FREE Admission! Find new suppliers, view product demos and see the newest products, services, and technology in public safety. Employees of public safety agencies, and city, county, state or federal departments attend the expo portion of the event for free. For more information or to register, please visit https://cpoa.org/event/copswest-training-expo-2017/

ICCA 25th Annual Conference 2017
Join the 25th Annual Conference of International Community Corrections Association (ICCA) on October 29, 2017 to November 1, 2017 at The Westin Seattle, 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101. Each year International Community Corrections Association brings together an estimated 200 – 300 participants that include researchers, policy makers, criminal justice practitioners, and the formerly justice involved to recall the achievements of the past and to introduce exciting innovations for the future. The conference theme is Doing What Matters series: Integrating Public Health and Criminal Justice Reform. For additional information or to register, please visit http://www.iccalive.org/icca/2017-annual-conference/http://www.iccalive.org/icca/2017-annual-conference/

O Reilly Security Conference 2017

OCT 29 to 30: TRAINING

The O Reilly Security Conference brings together in-the-trenches security practitioners from organizations of every size, across a wide breadth of industries to share actionable insight in a supportive, hype-free environment. We'll cover interesting successes (and failures), provocative ideas, practical how-tos, proven best practices, and effective new approaches that can benefit all defenders.

Looking for new ways to fend off a targeted attack or eject persistent intruders from your environment or recover quickly and effectively from a breach? Want to integrate new technology into your environment, securely and successfully? Need figure out how to keep your access controls (to data, network, or cloud) effective at scale without losing your mind? Want to help your management team and BOD understand how your work is crucial to the bottom line? All of the above? There's no better place than Security.

Join us October 29 to November 1 at the Hilton Midtown in New York, NY. Take a look at the schedule and start making your plans today. Need help convincing your manager? We've got you covered.

For more information or to register, kindly visit https://conferences.oreilly.com/security/sec-ny

Power in International Criminal Justice: Towards a Sociology of International Ju
Power in International Criminal Justice: Towards a Sociology of International Justice Florence, 28-29 October 2017 Call for papers. International criminal justice has been subjected to growing criticism. This trend is not only a reaction to the performance of international criminal justice actors. It also reflects a sense that the discipline has come of age after two decades of comprehensive international practice. The field is now sufficiently mature – the institutions have had adequate time to grow into their mandates and roles – for scholars to forge a proper sub-discipline of sociology of international criminal justice where the behaviour of relevant institutions and other actors is analysed. Sociology of law has made indispensable contributions to our understanding of the administration of justice, law-making processes, and the relationship between law, justice and power in several domestic legal systems. Such knowledge-generation can increase acceptance of a legal system’s role, expose its weaknesses, and drive improvement. A responsible discourse invites greater transparency that can, in turn, foster higher standards of integrity in international criminal jurisdictions, enhance quality in their recruitment, and increase institutional legitimacy. It may also generate information of significance for non-States Parties continuing to consider their position outside the Statute of the International Criminal Court. The new research project ‘Power in International Criminal Justice: Towards a Sociology of International Justice’ will focus on the relationship between power and autonomy in international criminal justice. Power plays a role because sovereign States and non-governmental organisations are the main enabling stakeholders of international criminal jurisdictions, and because human beings fill the institutions’ leading positions. The justice dispensed by the jurisdictions cannot be independent, impartial and otherwise fair without sufficient autonomy. The project will analyse the design and behaviour of institutions of international criminal justice and key actors in their orbit, by that identifying patterns in the arrangement of power, its distribution and reproduction, other relationships of power, actors’ capacity and intent to use their power, and possible abuse of power. Paper proposals (500 words) should be e-mailed with a summary biography to calls@cilrap.org by 30 June 2017 (suitable proposals may be confirmed as soon as they come in). Selected authors will be invited to an international seminar in Florence on 28-29 October 2017 (travel and accommodation will be covered). Papers may be co-authored by multiple individuals. Draft papers should be submitted by 25 October 2017; final papers by 29 January 2018. An anthology of selected papers will be published before 1 July 2018. For more information, please visit https://www.cilrap.org/events/171028-29-florence/

2017 ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Anti-Fraud Summit
Join industry experts and anti-fraud professionals in Washington D.C. for the 2017 ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Anti-Fraud Summit on October 30, 2017. Hosted by the ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Alliance, this event delivers the latest insights, techniques and tools to address anti-fraud challenges specific to law enforcement and government agencies. - Learn the latest trends in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence during five educational sessions led by anti-fraud leaders - Gain insights to best practices and learn about cutting-edge tools and techniques to detect fraud - Forge strong alliances with new and existing contacts who share similar challenges and goals - Earn 8 hours of CPE credit to maintain your CFE and other professional credentials For more information or to register, please visit http://www.acfe.com/fraudsummit2017.aspx