PIER21: Tackling Online Child Sexual Abuse: A focus on offenders and protecting children

Poster for PIER21: Tackling Online Child Sexual Abuse: A focus on Offenders and Protecting Children

Jointly hosted by The Policing Institute for the Eastern Region and CC Simon Bailey, PIER21 will be held online on Tuesday 29 June and Wednesday 30 June.

We will bring together leading researchers to present the most up-to-date research and evidence in the investigation and prevention of online CSA with an important focus on implications for improving our collective response – not just in terms of investigation, but also prevention through education and awareness.

The conference dates coincide with Simon Bailey’s last two days in post as Chief Constable for Norfolk and he will take the opportunity to share with delegates his reflections and observations about what has been achieved to date and what the challenges are for the future.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Professor Mark de Rond, Cambridge University
  • Professor Rachel Armitage, Huddersfield University
  • Rob Jones, NCA
  • Professor Sarah Brown, UWE
  • Katherine Stewart, The Economist Intelligence Unit
  • Victoria Baines, Oxford Internet Institute

Registration for the conference will provide you with:

  • access to recorded sessions following the event
  • opportunities to connect one-on-one with other delegates via chat function
  • business card drop function for more information from sponsors
  • access to networking opportunities
  • access to the online exhibition hall
  • access to all online presentations for up to two weeks following the event.

The cost for two days is £85 per person, which offers real value for two days to hear from leading academics in the field and law enforcement colleagues who are leading the response to this threat. There is also an option to book for just one day, at a cost of £50 per person.

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