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Crimes committed by individual criminals or criminal gangs from other EU member countries cause huge problems for the Danish retail industry. These crimes include everything from simple theft to particularly violent robberies and are committed by both individual criminals and organised groups.
But how do we act against persons and groups constantly on the move – often controlled remotely from their respective countries of origin – and who – in many cases – stand to win everything by committing these crimes? How do we work together in an effort to minimise the appeal of committing crime against Danish retail businesses and by doing so break these chains that send criminals to Denmark and stolen Danish goods abroad?
This is the focus of the Danish Chamber of Commerce and Crimestat. At the conference, the retail industry and a number of experts will share their expertise as to the extent of the problem as well as how we are to solve it.
13.05: Welcome by Laurits Rønn, Director of the Danish Chamber of Commerce
13.15: "Cross-Border Crime": Minister for Justice, Morten Bødskov.
13.30: New actions against travelling criminals: Thomas Prip, Chief Assistant Commissioner, South Jutland police
14.00: Europol's part in fighting international crime: Søren Kragh Pedersen, Chief of Media and Public Relations Corporate Communications EUROPOL
14.30: Behind the scenes – in the thief's footsteps: Maria Andersen, Host and Planner, Bag Facaden (behind the scenes), DR Documentary DR
15.20: The fight against cross-border crime from the retailers perspective: Sander van Golberdinge, Deputy Director of the Dutch Retail Association
15.50: Anthropological reflections on criminal culture: Mikael Rothstein, Associate Professor, MA, Institute of cross cultural and regional studies
16.20: Cases: CEO Set Systems, Rafael Saadon, Specialist in security solutions within art, diamond and jewellery, and Claims Manager Leif Pedersen, FREJA Transport & Logistics A/S
16.50: Panel debate: How do we turn this trend around?
Morten Messerschmidt (Danish Folk Party) MEP, Lars Alexander Borke Director, Legal Processes, The Danish Chamber of Commerce, Ole Hækkerup Spokesman on legal affairs (Social Democrats), Mikael Rothstein, Associate Professor
Kl. 17.30: Resume: Laurits Rønn, Director, The Danish Chamber of Commerce
Moderator: Divya Das
Torben E. Hoffmann Rosenstock, Danish Chamber of Commerce
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