EACA Annual Conference Malta
October 23-24, 2023


Annual Crime Analysis Conference

We are proud to announce the first Crime Analysis Conference, being held on the beautiful island of Malta. 
The location is the Conference center "The Notch", less than 10 minutes away from the city center of Valetta. 

About the conference:

In collaboration with our official education institute, the EFI (European Forensic Institute), we will organize a full two-days event, packet with presentations, workshops and network-opportunities. It is a great honor to welcome Dr. Spencer Chainey, UCL London, as our keynote speaker.

We are expecting attendees from police agencies, universities and private sector all over Europe and also some from other continents.

There will be a vendors exhibition where you can meet representatives from leading analysis software companies.

Space is limited for 200 seats. Registration will open soon so be quick and sign up as fast as you can.

Call for Presentation is open until July 7, 2023
The European Association of Crime Analysts is organizing the first annual training conference to give all participants an insight into the latest methods and trends in modern criminal analysis. Together with our official education partner, the EFI, we are working intensive on an incredible lineup. 

To achieve this goal, we need the best presenters from the world of crime analysis. So what are you waiting for? 

Start now and submit your proposal!

Like our friends from IACA and NIJ do, preference will be given to proposals that clearly summarize sound research evidence and help to build knowledge and skills using practitioner-focused instruction. Presentations should clearly describe lessons learned, including tangible ideas for improving policy and practice; provide instruction to replicate studies; and/or present advice for measuring the implementation and effectiveness of new practices. Proposals that highlight research-driven innovation across crime analysis practices (e.g., use of geographic information systems; spatial data analysis for research, policy evaluation or development; testing theory to inform practice) will be prioritized.

EACA conference panels are limited to 50-60 min. Each proposal selected will receive waived conference fee!

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