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Date: 5th February 2020
Start Time 6pm-8pm
Location: St Mary Moorfields, 4-5 Eldon St, London EC2M 7LS
Cost: £35 per ticket or £30 Concession – Over 65/Student)
Discounts for group bookings when you buy tickets
I am delighted to announce that on the 5th of February will be hosting our Crime & Punishment Seminar
Starting at 6pm. Also we will be serving drinks included in the price. (Wine, beer, soft drinks)
We have three fantastic speakers who will each give a fascinating talk with a Q&A at the end of each segment.
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.
Make sure to book your tickets ASAP!!
For further information please email: info:@oldbaileyinsight.co.uk or call 07866690618 or 01206 751671
Speakers on the night:
Robert Milne is one of the country’s top forensic experts. He completed 40 years’ service with the Metropolitan Police Directorate of Forensic Services, New Scotland Yard, in the roles of Fingerprint expert, Crime Scene Examiner, Crime Scene Manager and the Head of Forensic Intelligence. He is a Fellow of The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences, a fellow of the Fingerprint Society, an Associate member of the IAI, a member of the International Association of Arson Investigators, and the UK Association of Fire Investigators. Between 2013 and2015, was the Editor of the Journal of The Fingerprint Society. He is the author of the reference book Forensic Intelligence CRC Press published in 2012
Tom Lloyd – Former chief constable of Cambridgeshire has had a long career working throughout the police force on many high profile cases. He has a wealth of experience and some great insights and controversial opinions on drug laws that make for a fascinating talk.
Mr. Lloyd has called for the legalising of drugs. He has said he now regrets investigating and arresting drug users during his career as a policeman in London and Cambridge. “When you think about arresting somebody who is in possession of drugs, are you really catching a criminal?” he asked. “When it came to law enforcement I think I caused more harm than good.” He is chairman of Whistleblowers UK. He said: We have a simple, if ambitious, vision for the future of this country which is an environment where whistleblowers feel confident that they can expose wrongdoing without fear of personal loss or detriment.”
Sheryl Nwosu is a criminal defence barrister, who was called to the Bar in 2000. She has worked across a broad spectrum of criminal trials including murder, serious violence, firearms, large scale drugs importatiopn and serious conspiracy cases, fraud as well as serious sexual offences and fraud. She is highly regarded and respected within her profession. She also advises on legal matters in music and visual entertainment on property exploitation and copyright issues. More recently she has been involved in social media use and the law. Her knowledge of the law is extensive and she mentors young people through schools and other youth programmes. She is a regular speaker and has championed female career progression.