Date: 8th February 2021 – Tickets on sale now.
Event Time: 6pm GMT
Cost: £20 per ticket – Buy tickets at the bottom of this page or Click Here to go to Eventbrite to purchase there.
About this event
We are delighted to announce that tickets are now available for our online Crime & Punishment webinar, which will take place on February 8. Three top speakers including one of the country’s top forensic officers, who was head of Scotland Yard’s forensic investigations and operations, an undercover detective, who risked his life infiltrating major organised crime gangs and a convicted armed robber, who was jailed in the famous No 2 court of the Old Bailey. All will give their unique insights into our criminal justice system and how the law is enforced.
This event will give you an exclusive insight into the English legal system from three different perspectives. It will open your eyes into how the law works on a day to day basis from an insider’s point of view.
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Neil is a former undercover police officer. He infiltrated drug dealing gangs around the U.K. As part of the East Midland Special Operations Unit he also helped develop training for other undercover cops. He is a board member of the Law Enforcement Action Partnership in the USA and is the chair of the organisation in Europe. LEAP advocates for evidence driven policy and their position is that that evidence points towards legal regulation for all drugs, to take power away from Organised Crime. Neil is the author of his memoir Good Cop Bad War, and the history book Drug Wars with JS Rafaeli. He’s a regular media pundit around the world on the topics of drug policy, organised crime, corruption, and mental health in policing.
David Tadd is one of the top forensic experts in the country. He was the forensics advisor to Lord Stevens inquiry into the death of Diana Princess of Wales. He served for 40 years in the Metropolitan Police and was head of forensic investigations and operations at New Scotland Yard leading 950 officers. He helped bring terrorists and murderers to justice and his reputation led him to being used by law enforcement agencies abroad. He was also seconded to Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabularies to act as the forensic advisor for thematic inspection into homicides in Northern Ireland. His knowledge and standing in the field of forensics is second to none
A convicted armed robber, who was jailed in the No 2 Court at the Old Bailey in 1996. His last sentence was 19 years ago. Scott transformed his life and is now a pillar of his community with a law degree and has worked as a Parish Councillor since 2008. He lectures on criminal justice, restorative approaches and his personal insights into our prison and the Justice System. He helped found and manage the charity, The Restorative Justice Foundation and has worked extensively with young offenders. Scott received a major award from the Ministry of Justice recognising his achievements in significantly reducing youth crime through Restorative Justice (RJ) methods. His experience of youth crime and our prisons from a first hand perspective is second to none.