18th European Police Congress

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Europe’s leading conference for internal security
18th European Police Congress
Challenges and Constraints for Security in Liberty
Europe’s Security Infrastructure and Architecture
24 – 25 February 2014, Berlin Congress Center
www.european-police.eu
Alignment and structure of the Congress
Top speeches 2015, including:
Dr. Günter Krings, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of the Interior, Federal Republic of Germany
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Mag. Johanna Mikl-Leitner, Federal Minister for the Interior, Republic of Austria
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 About the Congress
The “European Police Congress” is an international information
platform for decision makers from police forces and security authorities and industries. Its intention is to strengthen the dialogue between the authorities and enable the participants to establish new contacts to colleagues from all over the world. Every
year critical discussions on up-to-date issues are held and the latest developments in technologies for the professional use in the
security sector are presented by the exhibitors. The European Police Congress is the largest conference for internal security in the
European Union.
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Annually the conference is a meeting place for about 1.500 experts from more than 20 countries. Representatives of polices,
border polices, secret services as well as governments, parliaments and industries participate in the conference. The European
Police Congress is organized by the “Behörden Spiegel”, Germany´s leading newspaper for public authorities with support of national and European authorities. In 2014 the conference programme was supported by the United Nations (UN), INTERPOL,
Europol, German Federal Police, the Federal Criminal Police Office
(Bundeskriminalamt), the Federal Office for the Protection of the
Constitution (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz) and others.
 The European Police Congress in brief
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stock, Secretary
General, ICPO-INTERPOL
Dr. Hans-Georg Maaßen, President,
Federal Office for the Protection of the
Constitution (BfV)
 International platform for the leadership level of the
European police
 Key Notes of Ministers of Justice and Interior
 Meeting place for political and police decision makers
 Participation of Ministers of the Interior, Ministers of Justice,
European delegates, Secretaries of State, leaders of
agencies, police and border control authorities and executive
committees from companies from more than 20 nations
 Up to sixteen specialized Panel discussion rounds Accompanying exhibition of the prominent manufacturers of system
solutions
 Participation free of charge for security authorities, police,
customs, military police, parliaments, embassies and press
The European Police Congress is an annual conference that takes place in Berlin at the beginning of each year. Access exclusively for authorities and industries.
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Programme
programme status: February 2015
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
08:50
Welcome Notes to the 18th European Police Congress
R. Uwe PROLL, Editor-in-Chief, Behörden Spiegel, Berlin / Bonn
09:00
09:00
Challenges for policy and safety authorities between the poles of security and freedom
Dr. Günter KRINGS, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of the Interior,
Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin
International crises and their consequences for the safety
Dr. Hans-Georg Maaßen, President, Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV),
Cologne / Berlin
09:30
Border control as one element of European security framework and Migration management –
challenge Mediterranean Sea
Klaus RÖSLER, Director of Operations Division, Frontex, Warsaw
10:00
The digital evolution and the challenges for law enforcement
Horst G. SANDFORT, General Manager Central Europa, Taser International SE
10:20
Award Ceremony for the “Polizeiarbeit 2015” by the State Minister of the Interior of
Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania Lorenz Caffier
09:30
Dr. Norbert RÖTTGEN*, MP, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, CDU/CSU, Berlin
10:00
Security in a multi-dimensional society using the example of the phenomenon of jihadism
Mag. Johanna MIKL-LEITNER, Federal Minister for the Interior, Republic of Austria, Vienna
10:30
Funding of international terrorism
Louise I. SHELLEY, Director of Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center, Virginia,
USA
11:00
Coffee Break
11:20
Panel I-VI
12:50
Lunch
14:00
A Secure Europe for a Safer World – INTERPOL’s perspective
Prof. Dr. Jürgen STOCK, Secretary General, ICPO-Interpol, Lyon
14:30
Secure mobile communication
Dr. Hans-Christoph QUELLE, Managing Director, Secusmart GmbH (a subsidiary of BlackBerry)
14:50
Jean Dominique NOLLET, Head of Unit Forensics, Research, Development, European Cybercrime
Centre (EC3), Europol, The Hague
15:20
Counterfeit tobacco products: Economic losses and Organised Crime
Klaus MESSERIG, Group Security & Risk Manager – Western Europe, Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken
GmbH
15:40
Panel VII-XII
17:10
Coffee Break
17:30
Predictive Policing
Dieter SCHÜRMANN, Commissioner General Combating Crime, North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf
18:00
Mapping and Measuring Organized Crime and Illicit Trade across Europe
Ernesto U. SAVONA, Director of Transcrime (Joint Research Centre on Transnational Crime)
Università Cattolica, Milan and Professor of Criminology
18:20
Discussion: “Future of the digital communication of the police in Europe”
Chairwomen: Dr. Barbara HELD, Head of department G, The Federal Agency for Public Safety Digital Radio,
Federal Republic of Germany
Participants: Marc DE BUYSER, CEO at ASTRID AG, Kingdom of Belgium
Tor Helge LYNGSTØL*, Director General, dNk, Kingdom of Norway, Oslo
Jarmo VINKVIST, CEO at Suomen Virveverkko Oy, Republik of Finland
19:00
10:30
Discussion of the Ministers of the Interior/Senators of the Interior on Interfaces
Chairman:
R. Uwe PROLL, Editor-in-Chief, Behörden Spiegel, Berlin/Bonn
Participants: Lorenz CAFFIER, Minister of the Interior, Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania, Schwerin
Ralf JÄGER, Minister of the Interior, North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf
Boris PISTORIUS, Minister of the Interior, Lower Saxony, Hanover
Dr. Holger POPPENHÄGER, Minister of the Interior, The Free State of Thuringia, Erfurt
Holger STAHLKNECHT, Minister of the Interior, Saxony-Anhalt, Magdeburg
Stefan STUDT*, Minister of the Interior, Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel
Markus ULBIG, State Minister of the Interior, Saxony, Dresden
11:40
Coffee Break
12:00
Panel XIII-XIX
13:30
Lunch
15:00
N.N.
15:20
The Work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia – a balance
Günter SCHWEIGER, Acting Head of Mission, Sarajevo Field Office, United Nations
15:50
Discussion: Reasonable Dedication of Resources in Times of empty
Chairman:
R. Uwe PROLL, Editor-in-Chief, Behörden Spiegel, Berlin / Bonn
Participants: Oliver MALCHOW, Chairman, Gewerkschaft der Polizei (GdP), Berlin
André SCHULZ, Chairman, Bund Deutscher Kriminalbeamter (BDK), Berlin
Rainer WENDT, Chairman, Deutsche Polizeigewerkschaft (DPolG), Berlin
17:00
End of conference
R. Uwe PROLL, Editor-in-Chief, Behörden Spiegel, Berlin / Bonn
Chairman:
Brigadier General (rtd.) Reimar SCHERZ, Programme and Editor Board of the Behörden Spiegel,
Germany, Bonn
Buffet and Networking
*to be confirmed
Panels
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
PI
programme status: February 2015
BLOCK 1 11:00 – 12:30
Interoperability of IT-systems
Chairman: Dr. Patrick VOSS - De HAAN, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA)
Speakers: Krzysztof KLEBEK, Europol
P II
Prevention and resistance of economic and industrial espinonage
(Panel in cooperation with the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV))
Chairman: Herbert KUREK, Head of Unit, Counter-espionage Section, Economic security, Federal Office for the
Protection of the Constitution
Speakers: Fred MARO, Managing Director, FM-nospy
P III
Police 2020 – Effects of the digitalisation for the police work
(Panel in cooperation with the Regional Authority Central Police Services (LZPD) North Rhine-Westphalia)
Chairman: Jürgen MATHIES, Director, Regional Authority Central Police Services (LZPD), North Rhine-Westphalia
Speakers: Carsten CASPER, Research Vice President, Gartner; Heiko CLAUßING, Esri Deutschland; Andreas LEZGUS, Head of department 1, Regional Authority Central Police Services (LZPD), North Rhine-Westphalia; Thomas
WUNDERLICH, Strategic innovation centre of the Bavarian police
P IV
Intelligent traffic safety technology
(Panel in cooperation with Deutsche Polizeigewerkschaft (DPolG))
Chairwomen: Kirsten LÜHMANN, MP, SPD
Speakers: Wolfgang LANG, VITRONIC GmbH; Prof. Dr. Dieter MÜLLER, University of the Saxon Police; Jörg MÜLLER, Lower Saxonian Ministry for the Interior; Uwe URBAN, Head of Project Traffic Safety, JENOPTIK
PV
Lessons and Consequences of Paris Attack – new –
Chairman: Klaus ZUCH, Head of department, Public Security, Senate for the Interior
Speakers: Dr. Marwan ABOU TAAM, State Office of Criminal Investigations, Rheinland-Palatinate; Bernd ADOLPH,
Head of Unit, Islamism and Islamist terrorism, Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV); Stephan MAYER, MP, CDU/CSU
P VI a)
Standards for foreign missions: political – personal – legal – technical
Chairman: Bodo KAPING, Director, Head of department “International forein affairs, European Cooperation,
Federal Police
Speakers: Dr. Franziska BRANTNER, Member of Parlament, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen; Dr. Gabriele JACOBS, Director,
Center of Excellence in Public Safety Management, Rotterdam School of Management / Erasmus University Rotterdam; Dieter WEHE, Inspector of the Police, Ministry of the Interior, North Rhine-Westphalia
P VI b)
P VII
P VIII
P IX
Public-private cooperation of security – new –
Chairman: Jürgen STORBECK, Director Europol ret.
Speakers: Gerhard HANTSCHKE, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA)
BLOCK 2 15:40 – 17:10
Equipment for the police
Chairman: Thomas HAMPEL, Inspector of the police, Ministry of the Interior, Bavaria
Speakers: Achim FRIEDL, Branch Chief, Federal Ministry of the Interior; Jörg RADEK*, Deputy Chairmann, Gewerkschaft der Polizei (GdP); Mario SCHWAIGER, CEO, Spintower KG
Financial and economic crime
Chairman: Dr. Robert F. HELLER, President, Federal Academy of Finance
Speakers: Dr. Hans HENSELER, Tracks Inspector B.V.; Dr. Peter Keller, Group Manager 3, Customs Criminological
Office (ZKA); Rüdiger SCHINK, Gauselmann AG; Roland SCHMIDT, Product Manager, Schönhofer Sales and Engineering GmbH; Dieter SCHNEIDER, President, State Office of Criminal Investigations, Baden-Wuerttemberg;
Martin STOLBERG, Business Unit Director, Sopra Steria Consulting; Dr. Sabine VOGT, AHead of department, Serious and Organised Crime, Federal Criminal Police (BKA)
Monitoring of Public Spaces
Chairman: Norbert WESSELER*, Head of the Düsseldorf police headquarter
Speakers: Gerd BECHT*, Member of the Management Board of Deutsche Bahn AG and DB Mobility Logistics AG
responsible for Compliance, Privacy, Legal Affairs and Group Security; Dagmar HARTGE*, The state official for
privacy protection and the right of access to the file, Brandenburg; Axel HEINRICH, Mobotix; Hilmar SALEC, Panasonic
PX
Modern lawful interception and communications analysis
(Restricted Access / No Press!)
Chairman: Dr. August HANNING, State Security and President of the Federal Intelligence Service (BND) (ret.), Programme and Editorial Board, Behörden Spiegel
Speakers: Ralf Martin MEYER*, Chief of Police Hamburg; N.N., Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH
P XI
Big Data – Analyses of unstructured data
Chairman: Hans Jürgen HOHNEN, Secretary of State (rtd.)
Introduction: Bill SAUMAREZ., Hewlett Packard
Speakers: Tobias FRANKE, SIS Software GmbH; Frank IRNICH, Business Development Technology, SAP Deutschland SE &
Co. KG; Uwe JACOB, Director, State Office of Criminal Investigations, North Rhine-Westphalia; Christian JECHOUTEK*,
Head of the Info Hub Business Area, Europol; Prof. Dieter KEMPF*, President, BITKOM; Boris KOWNATZKI, Empolis Information Management GmbH; Sabine THURAU, President, State Criminal Justice Hesse
P XII
Overview of cybercrime 2015 – and counter strategy
Chairman: Stefan PARIS, Director IT and Cyber Security Group, Federal Ministry of the Interior
Speakers: Carsten MEYWIRTH, Head of Directorate, Cybercrime, Federal Criminal Police (BKA); Marc-Ingo MÜLLER, Capgemini Deutschland Holding GmbH; Udi NESSIMYAN, Oracle EMEA; Jean Dominique NOLLET, Head of Unit Forensics, Research, Development, European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol; Daniel SAUDER, IT Security Consultant, NTT Com
Security (Germany) GmbH; Nikolei STEINHAGE, Senior Systems Engineer DACH, Blue Coat Systems GmbH; Werner THALMEIER, Director Security Solutions EMEA & CALA, Radware GmbH
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
P XIII
BLOCK 3 12:00 – 13:30
Predictive Policing
Chairman: Dieter SCHÜRMANN, Landeskriminaldirektor, Ministry of the Interior, North Rhine-Westphalia
Referenten: Joachim ESCHEMANN, Chief Commissioner, State Office of Criminal Investigations, North Rhine-Westphalia;
Dr. Markus HELLENTHAL, Managing Director public sector, IBM Germany, Austria, Swiss; Günter OKON, State Office of
Criminal Investigations, Bavaria; Oliver RÖNIGER, Oracle; Dr. Thomas SCHWEER, Institut für musterbasierte Prognosetechnik; Alexander STUMPFEGGER, CEO, CID Consulting GmbH; Dr. Mario WALTHER, Head of internal security, Germany,
Accenture
P XIV
Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs
(Panel in cooperation with Bund Deutscher Kriminalbeamter (BDK))
Chairman: Prof. Dr. Frank ÜBERALL, freelance Journalist
Speakers: Dr. Rita BLEY, Polizeiakademie Lower Saxony; Jörg DIEHL, Spiegel Online; Ralf JÄGER, Minister of the Interior, North Rhine-Westphalia; Thomas JUNGBLUTH, Chief Commissioner, State Office of Criminal Investigations, North
Rhine-Westphalia; Sjors KAMSTRA, Chief prosecutor, Prosecution Berlin
P XVI
Violence against police: criminal and technical challenges
Chairman: Martin TEXTOR, former head of SEK-Berlin
Speakers: Udo MÜNCH*, National police chief Hesse; Bodo PFALZGRAF, National Chairman, Deutsche Polizeigewerkschaft
Berlin (DPolG); Armin SCHUSTER, MP, CDU; Horst G. SANDFORT, General Manager Central Europa, Taser International SE;
Oberst Hermann ZWANZINGER*, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Republic of Austria
P XVII
Police and customs cooperation in shared centers
Chairman: Alexander ULMER, German Coordinator co-operation center Kehl, State Office of Criminal Investigations,
Baden-Wuerttemberg
Introduction: Elfriede BUBEN, Country Manager Germany ITS & P, Philip Morris GmbH
Speaker: Eric BOLLI, Commissaire de Police, Police Nationale France; Josef ECKL, German Coordinator co-operation center Petrovice-Schwandorf, Police Bavaria; Edgar MAUß, Head of division I 2, co-operation center of police an customs,
core information service, policy matters of the customs investigation service, Customs Criminological Office (ZKA);
Mathias SCHAEF, Head of division 41, EU-Cooperation, co-operation center, Frontex, Federal Police
P XVIII
The online Police Station
Chairman: Dr. Ulrich MIX*, Head of department for European Affiars, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen
Speakers: Rosa BOSCH CAMPRECIÓS*, Chief of Interantional Cooperation Department Mossos d’esquandra, Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain; Guido LIEDKE, State Office of Criminal Investigations, North Rhine-Westphalia; George den TEULING, Coordinator international cooperation, Politie Niederlande
P XIX
Secure mobile communication
Chairman: N.N.
Speakers: Michael HANGE*, President, German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI); Prof. Dr. Heinrich REINERMANN*, (em.) Germany’s centre of competence for administrative sciences; Oliver STOCK*, Police Directorate Hanover,
Reinhard VESPER*, Ministry of the Interior, North Rhine-Westphalia
*to be confirmed
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