At the UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE, PRESTON, UK.
Organised by the UCLAN CYBERCRIME RESEARCH UNIT [UCRU].
For Further information, please contact the Conference and Events Team – ConferenceAndEvents@uclan.ac.uk Tel 01772 892650
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS include:
Dr. Tim Owen, Director of UCLan Cyber Crime Research Unit (UCRU)
Superintendent Detective Geraint Jones, Cheshire Constabulary and TITAN
We are delighted to inform you about an exciting international conference devoted to Cybercrime. Building upon the great success of the first, 2-day conference on Cybercrime at Uclan in June 2016- ‘Rethinking Cybercrime’- UCRU are now holding the event on an annual basis. The theme of the ‘2nd Annual Conference on Cybercrime’ is to critically examine the current ‘state of play’ in global cybercrime and to conceptualise developments, in tandem with attempts to inform social and educational policy and to respond to threats and combat cybercrime. The emphasis in this ‘2nd Annual Conference on Cybercrime’ is more upon the ‘application’ of theory and the implications for policy and response to threats but UCRU warmly welcome submissions for papers and poster presentations on any aspect of Cybercrime.
CALL FOR PAPERS
UCRU are warmly inviting and encouraging participation and attendance from academics, practitioners, professionals and students from a diverse spectrum of disciplines and fields including
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Policing, Law Enforcement and Forensic Investigation
Sociology and Social Policy
Information Technology and Computing
Security and Counter-Terrorism
BROAD CONFERENCE THEMES
The implications for Social and Educational Policy
Effective Responses to Cyber –threats
The Growth of Cyberspace, and in particular, the so-called ‘Dark Net’ as major sites for crime and moral transgression
Cyber-Terrorism and the role of the internet in radicalisation
Identity Theft and online fraud
Intellectual Property Crime
Online Sexual Predation and Cyber-Grooming
Biosocial Explanations for Cyber Violence
Surveillance, Monitoring and Policing
Effectiveness of Law and Order Services in controlling Cybercrime
Predictive Models of Cyber Violence
To reiterate, in addition to these broad themes, UCRU welcome submissions for papers and poster presentations on any aspect of Cybercrime.
Please submit a 300 word abstract linked to the broad themes of the conference by 30th April 2017, using the online submission for here.
Abstracts will appear in the conference brochure and selected papers, together with selected papers from the previous ‘Rethinking Cybercrime’ conference, will appear in an edited collection with Palgrave Macmillan.
The conference will take place in the University of Central Lancashire’s Preston City Campus, Greenbank Lecture Theatre, and full details will be sent through with maps and directions, once a place is confirmed. The campus is located within walking distance of the city centre. We recommend that you take public transport., as parking on campus cannot be guaranteed. Details can be found here about how to get to Preston and the Campus including a campus map
Accommodation is not included in the registration fee and you will have to book accommodation separately.
There are a variety of local accommodation available in Preston, including the following:
Preston International Legacy Hotel, Marsh Lane, Preston, PR1 2YF
Approximately a 10-15 minute walk from the conference venue
Telephone: 0844 411 9028
Premier Inn Preston Central, Fox Street, Preston, PR1 2AB
Approximately a 15-20 minute walk from the conference venue
Telephone: 0871 527 8908
Online flexible rates from £54 room only
Marriott Hotel, Garstang Road, Broughton, Preston. PR3 5JB
Approximately a 20 minute drive from the conference venue
Telephone: 01772 864087 (Select option 1)
Fax: 01772 861728
The Park Hotel: 209 Tulketh Road, Ashton, Preston, PR2 1ES
Approximately a 10/15 minute drive from the conference venue
Telephone: 01772 726250
Fax: 01772 723743
Please mention that you are attending a conference at UCLan when you make a booking, as you may be eligible for UCLan preferential rates, although you can often get better rates via the bookings websites such as www.bookings.com, www.laterooms.com, www.expedia.com etc. (this does not constitute a recommendation).
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