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									                                          PRE-CONFERENCE (October 25-26 2010)

Monday October 25 2010

                                                     Group A                          Group B
                                                     Statistics                Geographical Information
                                                 (Room : Automne)                   (Room: Eté)
                      8 :00 – 9 :00 am       Registration of participants (Foyer)
                                              Marc Ouimet, professor, Christine Charles, GIS consultant
                      9 :00 – 10 :30 am
                                              Université de Montréal        (ESRI Canada)
                     10 :30 – 11 :00 am      Coffee Break (Foyer)
                                             Marc Ouimet, professor, Christine Charles, GIS consultant
                     11 :00 – 12 :30 pm
                                             Université de Montréal         (ESRI Canada)
                     12 :30 – 1 :30 pm       Lunch break – participant’s choice
                                             Marc Ouimet, professor, Christine Charles, GIS consultant
                     1 :30 pm – 3 :00 pm
                                             Université de Montréal         (ESRI Canada)
                     3 :00 pm – 3 :30 pm     Coffee Break (Foyer)
                                             Marc Ouimet, professor, Christine Charles, GIS consultant
                     3 :30 pm – 5 :00 pm
                                             Université de Montréal         (ESRI Canada)


Tuesday October 26 2010

                                                     Group A                          Group B
                                                     Statistics                Geographical Information
                                                 (Room : Automne)                   (Room: Eté)
                      8 :00 – 9 :00 am       Registration of participants (Foyer)
                      9 :00 – 10 :30 am       Marc Ouimet, professor,      Christine Charles, GIS consultant
                                              Université de Montréal       (ESRI Canada)
                     10 :30 – 11 :00 am      Coffee Break (Foyer)
                     11 :00 – 12 :30 pm      Marc Ouimet, professor, Christine Charles, GIS consultant
                                             Université de Montréal       (ESRI Canada)
                     12 :30 – 1 :30 pm       Lunch break – participant’s choice
                     1 :30 pm – 3 :00 pm     Marc Ouimet, professor, Risk Terrain Modeling
                                             Université de Montréal       Joel Caplan, Rudgers University
                                                                          (USA)
                     3 :00 pm – 3 :30 pm     Coffee Break (Foyer)
                     3 :30 pm – 5 :00 pm     Marc Ouimet, professor, Risk Terrain Modeling
                                             Université de Montréal       Joel Caplan, Rudgers University
                                                                          (USA)


                                            CONFERENCE (October 27-29 2010)

Wednesday 27 2010

1:30 pm-2:30 pm

Registration of participants
(foyer)

2:30-4:00 pm

Welcome Address
(Room Pierre de Coubertin)

     Paula Miraglia (Ph.D), ICPC’s Director General (Canada)
     Alain Bauer, Chairman of the Board of Director of the Conseil d'orientation de l'Observatoire national de la
     délinquance et des réponses pénales (ONDRP) (France)
     Gérard Rolland, Director of l'Observatoire nationale de la délinquance dans les transports (ONDT) (France)



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     Claude Trudel, Member of Ville de Montréal's Comité exécutif, in charge of Public safety and security (Canada)
     Danielle St-Amant, Parliamentary assistant to the Minister of Public Security and Deputy of Trois-Rivières
     (Canada)

4:00-5:30 pm

Opening plenary Session
(Room Pierre de Coubertin )

     Debra L. Karch (Ph.D), Responsible for Violence Prevention Data, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
     National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (USA)
The National Violent Death Reporting System: Surveillance for Community Action

5:30-7:00 pm

Welcome Cocktail offered by Tourisme Montreal and Montreal International
(Room Atrium)




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 Thursday 28 2010

8:30-9:00 am

Registration of participants
(foyer)

9:00-10:30 am

Plenary Session (Room Saison A&B)

Round Table: Crime statistics, informants and keeping the public informed
Evaluation of the impact of the publication of crime statistics on the public and crime rates

Moderator: Claude Vézina, Crime Prevention Consultant (Canada)

      Christophe Soullez, Department Head, de l'Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales
      (France)
      Brian Myles, Journalist (Canada)
      Anna Alvazzi Del Frate, Senior Researcher, Small Arms Survey (Suitzerland)
      Yeny Ortega Benavides, journalist, El monitor ciudadano , Journal La voz del Interior (Argentina)

10:00–10:30 am

Plenary Session (Room Saison A&B)

Presentation of the Manual para Observatorios Nacionales sobre seguridad Pública: Criminalidad y Violencia
(Organization of American States)




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10:30-11:00 am

Coffee Break
(foyer)

11:00-12:30 pm

BLOCK A

Workshop 1: Steering Action and Evaluation Using Statistical Tools
(Room Saison A)

      Didier Froidevaux, Head of Strategic Analysis department, Geneva Police (Switzerland)
The project DATAPOL Geneva police is a tool for situational analysis and for decision-making processes for operational
and strategic players. This database is updated daily and incorporates mapping tools and various interactive features.

      Jean-François Allaire, Senior Statistician, Institut Philippe-Pinel Research Centre, Montréal (Canada) and Tony
      Brien, Head of Statistics and Operational Data Section City of Sherbrooke Police (Canada)
The City of Sherbrooke Police relied upon geostrategic analysis to reduce and prevent car theft within its territory. The
aim of this initiative was to answer specific questions posed by the police: when, where and why are thefts committed?

Workshop 2: Violence against Women: Useful statistics
(Room Saison B)

      Liz Melendez, sociologist, MA. Gender equality, Coordinator of the Human Rights programme for the NGO Flora
      Tristan (Peru)
      Françoise Brié, Fédération nationale solidarité femmes (France)
This lecture will present the SMSF and its network, the statistics of the national number marital violences infos (3919)
and the data elaborated from the situations of women followed for marital violence. It will show how these elements
contribute to the improvement of the local actions and permit to confirm the field observations.

Workshop 3: Delinquency on public transport: what are the characteristics ?
(Room Printemps)

Characteristics of the analysis of delinquency on terrestrial public transport (from data gathering to implementing
actions) via a plurality of approaches: central administration, service operators (trains and stations) and police forces.

      Fabrice Fussy, Department Head, Analysis and Research, Observatoire national de la délinquance dans les
      transports (ONDT, France)
      Benoit Lavigne, Chief of Strategic Information, Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT, Canada)
      Pascal André, Manager, society and environment policies of stations, Société nationale des chemins de fer
      français (SNCF, France)
      Major Alain Larivière, Head of section – Montréal metro, Service de police de la ville de Montréal (SPVM,
      Canada)

12:30-2:00 pm

Lunch
(Zen)

2:00-3:30 pm



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BLOCK B

Workshop 4: Using maps as a tool for analysis and prediction: Using the Crime Analyst tool and the Land Risk
Modeling (RTM) tool in high-risk areas
(Room Saison A)

      Joel Caplan, Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice (Rutgers University)         and Associate Director
      ( Rutgers Center on Public Security) (USA)
Using Risk Terrain Modeling (RTM) to identify Hot Spots and prevent new and emerging crimes.

      Richard Weiss, ESRI (UK)
Using the Crime Analyst tool to identify a crime through spatial and temporal analysis.

Workshop 5: Child Abuse and Violence Against Children
(Room Saison B)

      Jean Carrière, Manager of Atlas Group, Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada)
The CRABE project (maps on risks, child abuse and the needs of children) proposes a new tool for local consortia
mobilized around the prevention of child abuse. A version of this tool has been applied to crime.

      Philippe Lacombe, Professor and         Director of the Observatoire National de l’Enfance en Danger(ONED),
      (France)
Workshop 6: Drug Trafficking and Data Analysis
(Room Printemps)

      David Weinberger, Institut National des Hautes Etudes de la Sécurité et de la Justice (INHESJ-France) and
      Colonel Brothier, Office central pour la répression du trafic illicite des stupéfiants (OCRTIS -France)
The cultivation of cannabis by organized criminal groups is an increasing problem in France. This presentation will
introduce the methods and results of a relevant study (qualitative and quantitative analysis, benchmarking, good
practices, etc.) and will emphasize its practical value (contributions and limitations).

      Nacer Lalam, Institut National des Hautes Etudes de la Sécurité et de la Justice (INHESJ-France) and Captain
      Romain Stiffel, Plateforme d'identification des avoirs criminels (DPCJ-PIAC) (France)
The purpose of the study was to advance the fight against drug trafficking focusing on the possession of assets.
Previously, the question to be addressed was what are the gains of engaging in activities related to trafficking and how
to assess the income laundered from traffickers since traffickers seem sensitive to the seizure and confiscation of their
assets. Therefore, what are the barriers to the implementation of this tool by law enforcement? Can we expect the same
services?

3:30-4:00 pm

Break
(foyer)

4:00-5:30 pm

Workshop 7: Operational and strategic analysis: a single source for two geographical and temporal approaches
to crime
(Room Saison A)

      Commissaire divisionnaire Jérôme Foucaud, chef d'état major de la Direction de la sécurité de proximité de
      l'agglomération parisienne (DSAP, France)



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The role of the Office of Statistical Analysis of the security forces, located in proximity to Paris (DSPAP)

      Major Laurent Lefebvre, Chief of BAStat, Préfecture de police de Paris (France)
The use of statistics in guiding public safety interventions and the pre-positioning of security forces located in proximity
to Paris

      Jean-Luc Besson, responsible for cartographic studies and SIG (National Observatory of Delinquency, ONDRP
      (France)
Violence in public spaces in 2008, Paris: An analysis of situational based crime and its practional use.

Workshop 8: Different Decision-Making Tools
(Room Saison B)

      Yann-Cédric Quéro, Criminologist, Ph.D. Candidate (France)
How the enquiry into victimization in the Galkacyop district in Somalia during 2009 lead to the identification and mapping
of neighbourhoods and social groups most a risk of victimization, as well as to determine the main criminal practices.

      Lynn Jenkins, Ph.D. , Chief, Etiology and Surveillance Branch, Division of Violence Prevention, National Center
      for Injury Prevention and Control (USA)
Utilizing data from multiple sources to understand homicides and suicides of law enforcement officers in the U.S

Workshop 9: Street Gangs: from data to action
(Room Printemps)

      Clément Laporte, Coordinator of the Centre of Expertise on Juvenile Crime and Behavioural Disorders at the
      Centre Jeunesse de Montréal – Institut Universitaire (Canada)
The data collected on the ground allow for the development of targeted actions to support the social integration of street
gang members while acting on factors that support disaffiliation with the gangs or the reduction of criminal recidivism
associated with the activities of street gangs.




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 Friday 29 2010

8:30-9:00 am

Welcome and registration of participants

9:00-10:30 am

Plenary Session (Saison A&B Room)

Observatories around the world (part I)
    Liz Melendez, sociologist, Ma. In gender equality, Coordinator of the Human Rights programme for the NGO
    Flora Tristan (Peru)
Observatory on violence against women in Peru

      Daniel Ladouceur, Project Manager, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (Somalia)
Presenting the observatory on violence in Somalia and tools developed

      Elisabeth Gilgen, Associate Researcher, Small Arms Survey ( Switzerland)
Armed Violence Monitoring Systems

10:30-11:00 am

Break
(foyer)

11:00-12:30 am

Plenary Session (Saison A&B Room)

Observatories around the world (part II)
    Laura Diaz de León, Coordinator of the Technical Service for Civil Society Office,INSYDE (Mexico)
      Martha Sepúlveda Scarpa, Head of the Information Unit, Analysis and Studies Division of Public Safety, Ministry
      of The Interior (Chile) and Patricia González Ormedo, Information Unit, Analysis and Studies Division of Public
      Safety, Ministry of The Interior (Chile)
      Jose Roberto Ayala, National Council of Public Safety (El Salvador)
Presentation of the National Observatory of El Salvador

12:30-2:00 pm

Lunchtime Conference
(Saison A&B Room)

      Benjamin Lessing, Director, International Drug War Observatory and Doctoral candidate, Political Sciences
      Department, University of California (Mexico)
Comparative analysis of the use of violence by drug trafficking organizations in Mexico, Brazil and Colombia.

2:00-2:30

Conclusions
(Saison A&B Room)

      Serges Bruneau, Programme Director at the International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) (Canada)



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Christophe Soullez, Department Head de l'Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales
(France)
Gérard Rolland, Director of l'Observatoire national de la délinquance dans les transports (ONDT) (France)




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