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Preliminary Congress Programme for the 3rd World BORDERPOL Congress from 9th-11th December 2014 in Budapest, Hungary

3 rd World BORDERPOL Congress

9 th -11 th December 2014

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest, Hungary

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Hosted by:

Connecting and Protecting

The World BORDERPOL Congress is the only multi-jurisdictional

transnational platform where the border protection, management and

security industry policy-makers and practitioners convene annually to discuss

the international challenges faced in protecting not only one’s own country’s

borders, but those of neighbours and friends.

We invite you to join BORDERPOL and the international border agencies,

agencies at the borders, policy-makers and practitioners in Budapest

in December 2014 for the annual gathering of border and migration

management professionals.

Congress Guide and Invitation

Your guide to the Preliminary Congress Programme and exhibition information

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Welcome

Dear Colleagues,

Borders Do Matter

The operation of

today’s, border

security, traveler

and migration

management

community is

being stressed

by geopolitical,

social and

economic events.

Our world is fully

interdependent,

and it is becoming

ever more challenging to find solutions which

include the utilization of border services and

agencies to protect national.

As the crisis in Eastern Europe escalates,

economic sanctions and travel bans are

increasing, being employed by both the EU

and Russia, as well as their allies. Border

services are front-line responders for

monitoring these sanctions and bans.

As the Ebola virus spreads within and

beyond West Africa, travel bans and possible

quarantine measures are being put into place.

Border services are now front-line responders

for monitoring these bans and for detecting

travelers who may be infected.

As the post-World War 1 borders of Iraq

evaporate and a new entity known as Islamic

State of Iraq and the Levant emerges,

hundreds of thousands of persons are being

displaced and are fleeing the region. Border

services are now front-line responders for

monitoring, recording and directing the

movement of these people, most of whom will

be refugees.

As the United States deals with an

unprecedented and clearly well-orchestrated

movement of tens of thousands of people –

mostly children and adolescents from Central

America – arriving at its border with Mexico,

its border services are monitoring, detaining

and caring for these people in unprecedented

numbers.

As China, the world’s most populous nation,

develops a formidable navy and air force and

is posed to succeed the United States as the

world’s number one economy, it is flexing its

economic and political muscle in Asia and

beyond. Border services everywhere are now

being pressed to be front-line responders

monitoring the import and export of strategic

goods and services to and from China.

Since the end of the Cold War, there has been

a deeply-held belief within the developed

world that political and economic integration

is the best way to improve global security and

avoid potential conflict everywhere. This has

created a paradox: the interdependent the

world is supposed to make it less likely that

extreme conflict between nations or groups of

nations will occur. This very interdependence

makes it imperative that nations cooperate,

communicate and consult with one another

in a multi- jurisdictional and inter-disciplinary

manner.

At BORDERPOL, we firmly believe in the

principle that good border security, traveler

and migration management is built on the

continual development and maintenance of

the 3C’s: Cooperation, Communication and

Consultation. We believe that by bringing

together like-minded leaders of the world’s

border security establishments, we contribute

to making the world a safer place. That

is why we co-host workshops with likeminded

governments and hold our annual

BORDERPOL Congress, now into its third

Edition and taking placeDecember 9-11, 2014

in Budapest, Hungary.

Join us in Budapest and be a part of the 3C

#borderpolcommunity.

Thomas A. [Tom] Tass

Executive Director

BORDERPOL

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Contents

Welcome to your guide to the Preliminary Congress Programme of the 3rd World BORDERPOL

Congress taking place in the beautiful city of Budapest on 9th-11th December 2014, hosted by

the Ministry of Interior of Hungary and the Hungarian National Police.

In this guide you will find all the information you require for a successful attendance, from the

outline Congress Programme, correct at the time of printing, to details on the Closed Agency

Only Workshops, as well as a great Accommodation Special Rate BORDERPOL has arranged

with the venue hotel and how to book your delegate place and accommodation.

If you have any queries regarding your attendance to the World BORDERPOL Congress,

including clearance to attend the Closed Agency Only Workshops, please contact Neil Walker,

Director of Programs & Events at neil.walker@borderpol.org.

We look forward to welcoming you to Budapest this December, to the largest gathering of the

border management and protection community for another great gathering of international

border agencies and agencies at the border.

2 Welcome from Thomas Tass,

Executive Director, BORDERPOL

3 Contents

4 Congress and Exhibition Schedule

5 Introduction

6 Registration

7 Workshops

8 - 13 Congress Programme

14 Networking Reception

15 The Venue

16 Accommodation

17 Exhibiting Opportunities

18 Sponsors and Supporters

19 Hotel Reservation Form

20 - 21 Delegate Registration Forms

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Congress and Exhibition Schedule

Tuesday 9th december

2:00pm - 3:30pm

3:30pm - 4:00pm

4:00pm - 5:30pm

7:00pm

Wednesday 10th december

9:00am - 10:30am

9:30am - 7:00pm

10:30am - 11:15am

11:15am - 12:30pm

12:30pm - 2:00pm

2:00pm - 3:30pm

3:30pm - 4:15pm

4:15pm - 5:30pm

5:30pm - 7:00pm

thursday 11th december

9:00am - 10:30am

9.30am - 4.30pm

10:30am - 11:15am

11:15am - 12:30pm

12:30pm - 2:00pm

2:00pm - 3:30pm

3:30pm - 4:00pm

Opening Keynote Session

Networking Coffee Break

Plenary - Migration Movement Challenges from Human

Trafficking to Illegal Migration - A global overview

Welcome Reception

Plenary - Border Surveillance Techniques and Systems

Exhibition Open

Networking Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall

Breakout - Crime across borders, crime at the border

Closed Agency Workshop - Travel and other document fraud:

who are behind today’s activities and how do we share

information in existence to identify and monitor?

Delegate Lunch

Panel discussion - Adopting to the changing environment: what

border security administrations must do to remain effective

Networking Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall

Breakout - Setting International Standards in IBM

Closed Agency Workshop - Trends in trafficking drugs, people,

counterfeit goods

Networking Reception in the Exhibition Hall

Plenary - Improving and facilitating the legitimate movement of

people and goods: what technologies and standards are missing?

Exhibition Open

Networking Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall

Breakout - Should exit controls be reintroduced universally?

If so, how do we best share the necessary information across

multiple agencies and stakeholders?

Closed Agency Workshop - Inter-Agency Co-operation and

Information Sharing - Why the return to information silo’s and how

to tackle systemic non-cooperation practices”

Delegate Lunch

Panel discussion - In the e-age of documents what is the life

expectancy of the passport booklet?

3rd World BORDERPOL Congress Round Up and Close

Exhibition Opening Hours

Wed 10th Dec 9.30am to 7.00pm

Thur 11th Dec 9.30am to 4.30pm

On-Site Registration Hours

Tues 9th Dec 1.00pm to 5.00pm

Wed 10th Dec 8.30am to 7.00pm

Thur 12th Dec 8.30am to 4.30pm

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Introduction

3 rd World BORDERPOL Congress

9 th -11 th December 2014,

Budapest, Hungary

for the border protection,

management and security industry

The World BORDERPOL Congress

continues to create debate and discussion

amongst the international border agencies

and agencies at the border for its ability

to create an environment of confidence to

enable the development and enhancement of

international co-operation and collaboration

amongst the border management and security

industry.

The 3rd World BORDERPOL Congress will

provide a platform for the world’s border

protection forces and agencies to highlight

and debate the current and future issues and

challenges facing the border management,

security and migration management sectors.

Controlling and managing international

borders in the 21st Century continues to

challenge the border control and immigration

agencies around the world. It is generally

agreed that in a globalised world borders

should be as open as possible, but threats

continue to remain in ever evolving

circumstances and situations.

Advancements in technology are assisting

in the battle to maintain safe and secure

international travel. The border security

professional still remains the front line against

these threats.

The World BORDERPOL Congress is a

high level, 2 and a half day event providing

you with the opportunity to reach the senior

decision makers in the border protection and

management industry.

We look forward to welcoming you to the

beautiful city of Budapest, for the largest

gathering of international border agencies and

agencies at the border.

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Who should attend the World BORDERPOL Congress?

Immigration and border management and security policy makers and practitioners.

Senior representatives from national border services, police, customs, and immigration

services, as well as organisations, services and suppliers to the border management

and security industry, including:

• Customs, immigration and border control officials

• Coast guard officers

• Police and law enforcement officers

• Boundary commissioners

• Diplomats and foreign affairs officials

• Borderland planners and managers

• Defence and security departments

• Embassy and consular officials

• Policy analysts

• Security system providers

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Registration

HOW TO REGISTER

1. Online at www.world-borderpol-congress.com

2. Complete the Registration Form at the back of this booklet and email to:

borderpol@torchmarketing.co.uk.

3. Complete the Registration Form at the back of this booklet and fax to +44 (0) 872 111 3210.

4. Complete the Registration Form at the back of this booklet and mail to:

World BORDERPOL Congress, Torch Marketing, 53 Clarendon Road, Cheshunt,

Herts EN8 9DJ, United Kingdom.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT - deadline 9th October 2014

Register yourself and your colleagues as conference delegates by 9th October 2014 and save

with the Early Bird Discount.

Discounts for Members of Supporting Associations

If you are a member of one of the following trade associations, supporters of the World

BORDERPOL Congress,

then you can benefit from a special discount rate:

- National Security & Resilience Consortium (NS&RC)

- Biometrics Institute

- International Security Industry Organization (ISIO)

Check the Registration Form at the back of this booklet for full details.

Why Attend?

Your attendance to the World BORDERPOL Congress will ensure you are up-to-date

on the lastest issues, policies and challenges facing the world’s border management,

protection and security forces.

You will also gain an insight in to what the future holds for the management of migration

and refugee movement, as well as systems and technologies employed in fighting illegal

border activities, including drug and people traffikking.

• High level conference with leading industry speakers and professionals

• Closed Agency Workshops for developing greater discourse, collaboration and co-operation

between international agencies

• Learn from experiences and challenges from the world’s border agencies

• Gain insight into national, regional and global policy and border agency developments

• Constructive debate, educational opportunities and cooperation advocacy

• Share ideas and facilitate in valuable inter-agency cooperation

• Exhibition showcasing leading technologies and products

• Networking events and opportunities

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Workshops

Closed Workshops

for Agencies only

The World BORDERPOL Congress aims to promote enhanced inter-agency co-operation

and information sharing amongst border forces, that will benefit the security of the all

nations.

Border agencies and agencies at the border can benefit from the ‘Closed Agency

Workshops’, a series of ‘behind closed door’ discussion and working group opportunities,

hosted by Hungarian National Police Border Police Department.

By further encouraging discourse and collaboration between agencies, the World

BORDERPOL Congress will drive the ambitions of BORDERPOL, the World Border

Organization, to promote international borders that enhance human mobility whilst ensuring

traveller safety and security and facilitate smart and secure border systems.

BORDER AGENCIES - If you are interested in participating in the ‘Closed Agency

Workshops’, in order to obtain clearance to attend these Closed Agency Only Workshops,

please contact Neil Walker, Director of Programs and Events, at neil.walker@borderpol.org.

Wednesday 9th December

11:15am - 12:30pm Travel and other document fraud: who are behind today’s

activities and how do we share information in existence to identify

and monitor?

4:15pm - 5:30pm Trends in trafficking drugs, people, counterfeit goods

Thursday 10th December

11:15am - 12:30pm Inter-Agency Co-operation, Information Sharing and

Interoperability

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Congress Programme

3rd World BORDERPOL Congress Programme

Tuesday 9 th DECEMBER

2:00pm - 3:30pm

4:00pm - 5:30pm

OPENING KEYNOTE

Chair: Tom Tass, Executive Director, BORDERPOL

Lt.Gen Károly Papp, Chief Commissioner, Hungarian National Police

Col dr Gizella Vas, Head of Hungarian Border Police Department, Hungary

Mr Abba Moro, Minister of Interior, Nigeria*

Plenary Session - Migration Movement Challenges from

Human Trafficking to Illegal Migration - A global overview

Chair: Col. Zoltan Szabo (ret’d), Director EU Secretariat,

BORDERPOL, Hungary

Although there are no precise figures, it is estimated there are over

20 million illegal migrants worldwide. A further 20 million people are

believed to be enslaved in human trafficking today. According to the

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “After drug dealing,

trafficking of humans is tied with arms dealing as the second-largest

criminal industry in the world.” We get a perspective from the different

regions of the world.

Director General of Immigration, Ministry of Law and Human Rights,

Republic of Indonesia

Transnational threats - Georgia and the Caucasus

David Alania, Chief Officer. Police Captain. Border Patrol, Ministry of

Internal Affairs, Georgia

D. Arsenio Fernandez de Mesa Diaz del Rio, Director-General, Guardia

Civil, Spain*

Senior Representative, Turkish National Police Border Police

Department, Turkey*

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Welcome Reception

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*invited


Congress Programme

WEDNEsday 10 th DECEMBER

9:00am - 10:30am

Plenary Session - Border Surveillance Techniques and Systems

Chair: Tom Tass, Executive Director, BORDERPOL

Border surveillance is one of the biggest challenges facing our border

security agencies. Many land borders, with no physical barriers, provide easy

access routes for criminal activities and illegal border crossings, whilst many

coastlines are relatively unprotected outside major ports. What are the latest

border surveillance techniques and systems available from UAVs to ground

based systems? What are the legalities behind the use and collection/sharing

of information and how can systems be integrated into existing operations

to ensure interoperability and enhanced border protection? How can open

architecture systems be successfully integrated with legacy systems?

11:15am - 12:30pm

James Douglas, Assistant National Coordinator PROTECT &

PREPARE, ACPO, UK*

Brig. Gen. Greg Haase, Director, US Joint Interagency Counter-

Trafficking Center, US European Command*

Updates on UAV systems and possible use for Border Control

Commodore Vasan Seshadri (ret’d), Head Strategy and Security

Studies, Center for Asia Studies, India

Social Media-informed Border Awareness

Caitlin Mulligan, Senior Consultant, Novetta, USA

Senior Representative, EUROSUR Project, GMV, Spain*

Workshops

Closed Agency Workshop - Travel

and other document fraud: who are

behind today’s activities and how do

we share information in existence to

identify and monitor?

Chair: Hungarian National Police Border

Police Department

Cross border criminal activities remains the

mainstay of activities for border agencies,

whether it is from human trafficking or illegal

trade/narcotics. Criminal gangs move to

increasingly brash and innovative techniques

to establish new systems/channels to

facilitate their cross border criminal activities,

including cyber attacks on the movement

of personal data of travellers. What are the

latest challenges facing border agencies, from

the front line and beyond to the unexpected

internal facilitators?

Ralph Markert, Assistant Director, International

Partnerships & Development, INTERPOL, France

Bruno Franckx, Project Manager, Airpol,

Belgium*

Breakout Session - Crime across

borders, crime at the border

Chair: Vasan Seshadri, Asian Secretariat,

BORDERPOL, India

Cross border criminal activities remains the

mainstay of activities for border agencies,

whether it is from human trafficking or illegal trade

in narcotics, dangerous substances (CBRNe)

animals etc. Criminal gangs move to increasingly

brash and innovative techniques to establish new

systems/channels to facilitate their cross border

criminal activities. What are the latest challenges

facing border agencies, from the front line and

beyond to the unexpected internal facilitators and

what tools are at their disposal?

Pol. Lt. Gen. Suraphong Khemasingkhi,

Bureau Chief, Thai Border Patrol Police*

Senior Representative, Nigerian Immigration

Service and Border Management, Nigeria*

Better border security through better name

matching

Chris Brown, Basis Technology & Customs

Border Protection, USA

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Congress Programme

2:00pm - 3:30pm

Panel Discussion - Adopting to the changing environment:

what border security administrations must do to remain

effective

Managed migration/traveler movements constantly are buffeted by

economic, social and even environmental changes. Auto responses

to itinerant movements due to war or natural disasters are in the

“tool kits” of governments. States can invoke the support of national

and international agencies to establish temporary legal and physical

accommodations for displaced persons as a consequence of war,

international crisis or natural disasters. These are usually of short to

medium duration and follow a well-worn legal and operational paths.

However, are border administrations really prepared to adapt to

strategic changes in their operational environment? Regionalization of

sovereign jurisdictions, globalization of trade and commerce, changing

migration patterns as well as new technologies available to make

borders “smarter” are challenges rarely debated and discussed.

Moderator: Tony Smith, International Liaison Director,

BORDERPOL and Former Director General, Border Force UK

Ms. Krisztina Berta, Deputy Secretary of State, Ministry of Interior, Hungary*

Clarence Yeo, Commissioner, Immigration & Checkpoints Authority,

Singapore

Mr Bengt Svensson, Chief of Swedish National Police, Sweden*

Florian Forster, Immigration and Border Management Division,

Department of Migration Management, International Organization for

Migration, Switzerland

Ricardo Letosa, Head of Business Development Europe, SITA, Spain

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Congress Programme

4:15pm - 5:30pm

Workshops

Closed Agency Workshop - Trends

in trafficking drugs, people,

counterfeit goods

Chair: Hungarian National Police Border

Police Department

What are the latest and developing trends

in cross border criminal activities, that

substantially damage and harm a country’s/

region’s security. How can intelligence and

information be shared to enhance upstream

collaboration in the fight against organised

criminal activities?

Louis-Lyonel Voiron, President, World Anti-

Illicit Traffic Organization, USA

Dennis Cosgrove, Head of Border Security

Management Unit, OSCE

Giovanni Kessler, Director General, European

Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)*

Breakout Session - Setting

International Standards in IBM

Chair: Tony Smith, International Liaison

Director, BORDERPOL and Former Director

General, Border Force UK

Good ethics, best practice and standardisation

of practices and procedures ensures any

agency delivers greater and more efficient

results in enhanced integrated border

management. If there was closer consistency

between agency operations in the standards,

policies and procedures, this would facilitate

inter-agency cooperation and sharing of

relevant information to enhance upstream

detection.

With many agencies implementing IBM, how

do we set common practices and standards

to assist in cross-agency cooperation for

enhancing collaboration and information

sharing? Who should set the standard and

what are minimum standards for effective

border management?

Dr. Ahmed Alzahrani, Project Manager,

Ministry Of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Andrus Oovel, Head of the Border Security

Programme and Chairman of International

Advisory Board for Border Security, Democratic

Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), Switzerland

Tom Tass, Executive Director, BORDERPOL

General Secretariat

*invited

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Congress Programme

THURsday 11 th DECEMBER

9:00am - 10:30am

Plenary Session - Improving and facilitating the legitimate

movement of people and goods: what technologies and

standards are missing?

Chair: Vasan Seshadri, Asian Secretariat, BORDERPOL, India

Security versus Facilitation - Crossing the border now takes longer

and is more complex than it was 50 years ago. Is technology actually

making border procedures more efficient or just making the process

more expensive for everyone? Since very few actual terrorists have

been interdicted by national border control organizations at the borders

where to go forward with border security/traveler screening? What are

the latest technologies and future technological developments that can

enhance clearance and mobility, from the fast moving business traveller

or the legitimate refugee to legitimate goods and traffic?

Ioan Buda, Director General, Romanian Border Police

The Impact of ICT on coordinated Border Management in East and

Southern Africa (ESA)

Cephas Makunike, Zimbabwe Revenue Authority

David Scowsill, President & CEO, World Travel & Tourism Council, UK

Ms Angiolelli-Mayer, Project Manager Passenger Facilitation, IATA,

Switzerland

11:15am - 12:30pm

Workshops

Closed Agency Workshop - Inter-

Agency Co-operation and Information

Sharing - Why the return to

information silo’s and how to tackle

systemic non-cooperation practices

Chair: Hungarian National Police Border

Police Department

After the revelations of allies spying on

allies, the WikiLeaks scandals of 2013 it can

be reliably assumed that varying degrees

of intergovernmental and interagency trust

has been eroded. With this in mind Is it

possible to get early warnings of emerging

events around the world? Should a body like

BORDERPOL provide forecasts of future

societal and economic events that impact on

the border security community? With so much

information already available how to separate

the wheat from the chaff? The need to repair

this is necessary if likeminded bodies are to

work together in the future.

Breakout Session - Should exit

controls be reintroduced universally?

If so, how do we best share the

necessary information across multiple

agencies and stakeholders?

Chair: Ken Richardson, Operations

Director, BORDERPOL, UK

With today’s ease of on-line booking and

check-in, which can be accomplished by

anyone in any country, passports rarely get

checked or seen until the passenger boards

the plane/vessel. Although baggage security

checks may be conducted on exit, many

current exit control procedures do not verify

the legitimacy of the traveller with the passport

document. Are we absolutely certain that all

travellers through the gates are who they say

they are? Should exit controls be universally

introduced, regardless of the cost, to mitigate

traveller fraud identity? ICAO mandated Face

as the biometric to be included in all eTravel

Documents, verified using the PKI Registry, so

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Congress Programme

Closed Agency Workshop (cont)

Muhamad Anil Shah Abdullah, Director for

Police Services, Assistant Commissioner of

Police, ASEANAPOL

Zoltan Nagy, Head of Operational Centre,

EUROPOL

Breakout Session (cont)

that every state would be able to read it and

detect fraudulent use of the document. What

are the pros and cons of other means open to

border authorities - API, iAPI, PNR analysis,

Interpol i24/7 data, airline manifests etc - and

how does the concept of global interoperability

extend to data acquisition and analysis, and

how can agencies help airlines meet their

responsibilities in document control?

The role of an airline in bordercontrol -

Call for more in depth public/private

cooperation

Werner Vandenbergh, Vice president Security

& Contingency, Brussels Airlines

Theresa Hardy, Airline Liaison, Border Force UK*

Strong Identity in a Mobile Paradigm

Carl Gohringer, Business Development

Manager, Europe and Asia-Pacific, Cross

Match Technologies

2:00pm - 3:30pm

Panel discussion - In the e-age of documents what is the life

expectancy of the passport booklet?

Chair: Ken Richardson, Director of Operations, BORDERPOL, UK

Is the paper passport capable of providing the necessary security

features and safety mechanisms for detection and identification of

fraudulent use and criminal activity? Should technology be embraced to

assist with traveler identity management and is it possible to set a target

date to the end the reign of paper passports?

J.J.M. (Hans) de Moel, Policy Officer, Royal Netherlands

Marechaussee, Netherlands

Ralph Markert, Assistant Director, International Partnerships &

Development, INTERPOL*

Erik Slavenas, MRDT Programme Manager, ICAO*

Dr Catherine Fankhauser, Business Development Director, SICPA SA,

Switzerland

Senior Representative, Personal Identification Verification (PIV), USA*

3.30pm - 4:00pm

Congress Round-Up and Close

*invited

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Networking Reception

Networking Reception

WEDNESDAY 10th DECEMBER

5.30pm - 7:00pm

Exhibition Floor (Regina Ballroom)

We invite you to joins us at the end of the Wednesday 10th December for the BORDERPOL

Networking Reception in the beautiful Regina Ballroom at the Kempinski Corvinus Hotel Budapest,

which will see the border security industry management professionals gather for a more informal

reception.

With the opportunity to meet colleagues and peers you can build relationships with senior border

agency and security officials in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

The Networking Reception is free to attend and open to industry professionals.

We look forward to welcoming you.

The World BORDERPOL Congress will be

unique in its content in delivering discussions,

knowledge enhancement and greater

collaboration across the international border

management and security industry.”

Thomas Tass, Executive Director,

BORDERPOL

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The Venue

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

Erzsébet tér 7-8.

1051 Budapest

Hungary

www.kempinski.com/budapest

Located in the heart of Hungary’s capital,

overlooking Erzsebet Park, the newly

renovated Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

is stunning inside and out. The interior is

an art lover’s dream, with rooms and public

spaces dedicated to the Kempinski’s wide

ranging collection and a gallery that regularly

exhibits the work of local artists.

Situated 700 metres from the Chain Bridge

and Saint Stephen’s Basilica, Kempinski Hotel

Corvinus Budapest offers several restaurants,

luxurious air-conditioned rooms, and an indoor

pool. Its architecture is a symbol of modern

Budapest.

Characterised by elegance and unobtrusive

luxury, the Kempinski Corvinus Budapest

with its distinctive architecture is excellently

situated on Erzsébet tér square in the centre

of the Hungarian capital. It features a fantastic

spa area and various meeting rooms.

The World BORDERPOL Congress will

utilise the excellent conference facilities at

the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest,

whilst the beautiful Regina Ballroom will host

the exhibition, coffee breaks and networking

reception.

Special Accommodation Rates for

Attendees to the World BORDERPOL

Congress

BORDERPOL is delighted to be hosting the

the 3rd World BORDERPOL Congress at

the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest and

has negotiated a special discounted rate for

delegates to stay at the hotel. Please see the

Accommodation Information on page 19 for

further details.

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Accommodation

Special Rate for accommodation at the

Kempinski Corvinus Hotel Budapest

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

Erzsébet tér 7-8.

1051 Budapest

Hungary

www.kempinski.com/budapest

Whether you are attending the World

BORDERPOL Congress as a delegate, visitor

or exhibitor, BORDERPOL have arranged a

Special Rate for accommodation at the Kempinski

Corvinus Hotel Budapest, the venue for the 3rd

World BORDERPOL Congress.

Book your accommodation by 9th October

to gain Special Rates

From only Euro 129 pppn at

www.world-borderpol-congress.com/hotelonline

How to Book Your Special Room Rate

In order to take advantage of this special rate, please book your accommodation by 9th October

using the special Hotel Booking Form:

Book Online Today

Book your accommodation directly online at www.world-borderpol-congress.com/hotelonline

or complete and return the Accommodation Booking Form on page 19 at the back of this booklet

or download it at www.world-borderpol-congress.com/conference/accommodation

BORDERPOL has agreed a Special Rate of just:

- Euro 129 per person per night for Superior Room.

- Euro 159 per person per night for Deluxe Room

PLEASE NOTE: This offer is only available through the World BORDERPOL Congress and

www.world-borderpol-congress.com.

The World BORDERPOL Congress or Kempinski Hotel will NOT phone you to chase your

room reservation. Any phone calls you receive from housing management companies are not

endorsed or contracted by the World BORDERPOL Congress or the event organisers.

Agencies Special Delegate Package

Great package deal including 2 nights accommodation, making your attendance easier and

more cost effective.

For Agencies who book their delegate place using the special Agency Registration Form do

not need to book additional accommodation.

See Agency Registration Form at the back of this booklet for further details.


Exhibiting Opportunities

Limited exhibiting opportunities exist, allowing you

to gain exclusive access to this key and influential

audience of border security and management

professionals and policymakers.

BORDERPOL Exhibition

Governments around the world need to continue

to invest in their border security, as a wide range

of threats, such as combating terrorism, controlling

the movement of goods and monitoring personnel

across international borders, continue to pose

challenges requiring round the clock monitoring.

With new products and technologies continually

being developed and introduced to tackle increasing

and new security threats, the value of

the global border security market is estimated at

almost £20bn annually.

The BORDERPOL Exhibition will deliver leading

international companies demonstrating some of

the latest and leading edge technologies, from

e-border solutions, biometric applications and

counter terror developments, to covert systems,

physical security and specialist border security

solutions.

The exhibition provides a premier platform for

international companies to showcase their leading

products and services in border security, protection

and management, whether land, sea or air

solutions, to aid those tasked with managing and

protecting their country’s territories from unwanted

and illegal trafficking or threats.

Ensure your visit to the BORDERPOL Exhibition is

enjoyable and beneficial.

For a full list of exhibits, products and services

visit www.world-borderpol-congress.com.

Gain access to a key and influential

audience with your participation in

the limited exhibiting and sponsorship

opportunities available at the

conference exhibition.

Why participate and be involved?

Hosted by the Ministry of Interior and

Hungarian National Police, and supported by

the National Security & Resilience Consortium,

Biometrics Institute, International Security

Industry Organization, CYBERPOL and

European Centre for Information Policy &

Security, the World BORDERPOL Congress

provides a unique opportunity to meet, discuss

and communicate with some of the most

influential border management, immigration

and security policy makers and practitioners.

Your participation will gain access to this key

target audience:

• raise your company brand, profile and

awareness

• showcase your products and technologies

• explore business opportunities in this

dynamic market

• provide a platform to communicate key

messages

• gain face-to-face meeting opportunities

The World BORDERPOL Congress gives

you a great opportunity to meet key decision

makers and influencers.

How to Exhibit

To discuss exhibiting and sponsorship

opportunities and your involvement with the

World BORDERPOL Congress 2014 please

contact:

Paul Gloc

Exhibit Sales Manager

T: +44 (0) 7786 270820

E: paulg@borderpol-event.org

Tony Kingham

Exhibit Sales Director

T: +44 (0) 208 144 5934

M: +44 (0)7827 297465

E: tony.kingham@worldsecurity-index.com

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Sponsors & Supporters

BORDERPOL wish to thank the following organizations for their support

and contribution to the World BORDERPOL Congress 2014.

Hosted by:

Owned & Organized by:

Supported by:

Co-Organized by:

Delegate Folder Sponsor:

Lanyard Sponsor:

Coffee Break Sponsor:

Media Partners:

Media Supporters:

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Room type

Superior Room for Single Occupancy

Superior Room for Double Occupancy

Deluxe Room for Single Occupancy

Deluxe Room for Double Occupancy

World Borderpol Congress

Hotel Reservation Form

09 th -11 th December 2014

Special Group Rates

EUR 129,- / night

EUR 149,- / night

EUR 159,- / night

EUR 179,- / night

* Please note the above listed rates are per room/night, including the currently applicable 18% VAT and the 4% city tax, and

including our Kempinski breakfast served in the ÉS Bisztró from 6.30 until 10.30.

Your name: ___________________________ Your company: _____________________________

Arrival date: ________________________ Departure date: ___________________________

Arrival-time: ________________________ Departure-time: ___________________________

Flight Nr: _________________________ Flight Nr.:

Please arrange transportation: No Yes _________

Underground parking space requested at HUF 9000,- / car / night No Yes

Your address:

______________________________________________________________

Telephone: _______________________ Fax: ______________________

Email:

_____________________________________________________________

Creditcard details:

Holder: _____________________________ Card type: __________________

Creditcard Nr.: _____________________________ Valid until: __________________

Please note, that each reservation must be guaranteed with a major credit card upon booking.

* In case of cancellation between 25th November and 05th December 2014 a late cancellation fee of 1 night room charge will

apply.

*In case of cancellation on or after 05th December 2014 a late cancellation fee of total reserved nights room charge will

apply.

IMPORTANT

Torch Marketing has reserved a block of rooms at the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus at the above special rates. To reserve

accommodation, please fax or e-mail the attached booking form to the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus 9 th October 2014. Each

reservation must be guaranteed with a major credit card upon booking. All rooms not reserved in this manner by 9 th October

2014 will be released for general sale. Reservations made after this date will be handled on a space and rate availability basis

only.

Please send this form by fax or e-mail until 9 th October 2014 at the latest, directly to

Reservation department, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest,

Erzsébet tér 7-8, Budapest 1051, Hungary, Tel:+36 1 429 3375, Fax:+36 1 429 4777 or

E-mail to: reservation.corvinus@kempinski.com

Hotel fills out

Confirmation number:_______________________________

Date:____________________________________________

Signature:________________________________________

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3 rd World BORDERPOL Congress

Congress: 9 th -11 th December 2014

Kempinksi Hotel Corvinus Budapest, Hungary

www.world-borderpol-congress.com

AGENCY REGISTRATION FORM ONLY

EARLY BIRD SAVINGS

Book your delegate place by 9 th October 2014

and save with the Early Bird rate

REGISTRATION IS SIMPLE

1. Complete this form and email to:

borderpol@torchmarketing.co.uk

2. Complete this form and fax to +44 (0) 872 111 3210

3. Complete this form and mail to:

World BORDERPOL Congress, Torch Marketing,

53 Clarendon Road, Cheshunt, Herts EN8 9DJ, UK.

4. Register online at www.world-borderpol-congress.com

DELEGATE DETAILS

(Please print details clearly in English. One delegate per form, please

photocopy for additional delegates.)

Title: ________ First Name: _________________________

Surname: ________________________________________

Job Title: _________________________________________

Company: ________________________________________

E-mail: __________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________

Street: ___________________________________________

Town/City: ________________________________________

County/State: _____________________________________

Post/Zip Code: ____________________________________

Country: _________________________________________

Direct Tel: (+ ) ___________________________________

Mobile: (+ ) _____________________________________

Direct Fax: (+ ) __________________________________

Signature : _______________________ Date: ___________

(I agree to the Terms and Conditions of Booking)

CONFERENCE FEES

Great package deal, making or attendance easier

and more cost effective.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT OFFER SPECIFICALLY

DESIGNED FOR BORDER FORCES AND AGENCIES, INCLUD-

ING

2 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION.

GOVERNMENT, MILITARY AND PUBLIC SECTOR

Individual Full Conference - Special Offer

includes:

- a 3 day conference pass to a stellar line up of international conference speakers

- participation in closed ‘agency only’ workshops (*only for qualifying agencies/personnel)

- participation in congress workshops

- the conference proceedings following the event

- access to the Opening Keynote Session with high profile speakers

- attendance to the BORDERPOL networking reception at an end of day gathering in a

more relaxed atmosphere

- coffee breaks and lunch during the 3 days congress

- access to the exhibition to view some of the latest technologies on display

- PLUS 2 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION (B&B) on nights of 9th & 10th December

BORDERPOL MEMBERS RATE:

Register and paid for by 9 th October 2014 ..... ............. €525

Register and paid after 9 th October 2014 ..................... €595

BORDERPOL NON-MEMBERS RATE:

Register and paid for by 9 th October 2014 ..... ............. €625

Register and paid after 9 th October 2014 ..................... €695

I DO NOT NEED ACCOMMODATION

If you do not require accommodation please tick your requirement

below to register.

(This package includes all of the above stated, except no accommodation or

breakfast is included and is the responsibility of the delegate)

BORDERPOL MEMBERS RATE:

Register and paid for by 9 th October 2014 ..... ............. €395

Register and paid after 9 th October 2014 ..................... €475

BORDERPOL NON-MEMBERS RATE:

Register and paid for by 9 th October 2014 ..... ............. €495

Register and paid after 9 th October 2014 ..................... €575

Terms and Conditions of Booking

Payment: Payments must be made with the order. Entry to the conference

will not be permitted unless payment has been made in full prior to 9th

December 2014.

Substitutions/Name Changes: You can amend/change a delegate prior

to the even start by notifying us in writing. Two or more delegates may not

‘share’ a place at an event. Please ensure separate bookings for each

delegate. Torch Marketing Co. Ltd. reserve the right to refuse entry.

Cancellation: If you wish to cancel your attendance to the event and you are

unable to send a substitute, then we will refund/credit 50% of the due fee less

a £100 administration charge, providing that cancellation is made in writing

and received before 9th October 2014. Regretfully cancellation after this time

cannot be accepted. If we have to cancel the event for any reason, then we

will make a full refund immediately, but disclaim any further liability.

Alterations: It may become necessary for us to make alterations to the

content, speakers or timing of the event compared to the advertised

programme.

Data Protection: Torch Marketing Co. Ltd. gathers personal data in

accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and we may use this to

contact you by telephone, fax, post or email to tell you about other products

and services.

Please tick if you do not wish to be contacted in future by:

Email Post Phone Fax

PAYMENT DETAILS

(METHOD OF PAYMENT - Conference fees are subject to Hungarian VAT at 27%.)

Wire Transfer (Wire information will be provided on invoice)

Credit Card

Invoice will be supplied for your records on receipt of the order/payment.

Please fill in your credit card details below:

Visa MasterCard

All credit card payments will be subject to standard credit card charges.

Card No: ________________________________________________

Valid From ____ / ____ Expiry Date ____ / ____

CVV Number ______ (3 digit security on reverse of card)

Cardholder’s Name: _______________________________________

Signature: _______________________________ Date: __________

I agree to the Terms and Conditions of Booking.

Complete this form and fax to +44 (0) 872 111 3210 or email to borderpol@torchmarketing.co.uk


3 rd World BORDERPOL Congress

Congress: 9 th -11 th December 2014

Kempinksi Hotel Corvinus Budapest, Hungary

www.world-borderpol-congress.com

EARLY BIRD SAVINGS

Book your delegate place by 9 th October 2014

and save with the Early Bird rate

REGISTRATION FORM

CONFERENCE FEES

GOVERNMENT, MILITARY AND PUBLIC SECTOR

See Agency Registration Form

REGISTRATION IS SIMPLE

1. Complete this form and email to:

borderpol@torchmarketing.co.uk

2. Complete this form and fax to +44 (0) 872 111 3210

3. Complete this form and mail to:

World BORDERPOL Congress, Torch Marketing,

53 Clarendon Road, Cheshunt, Herts EN8 9DJ, UK.

4. Register online at www.world-borderpol-congress.com

DELEGATE DETAILS

(Please print details clearly in English. One delegate per form, please

photocopy for additional delegates.)

Title: ________ First Name: _________________________

Surname: ________________________________________

Job Title: _________________________________________

Company: ________________________________________

E-mail: __________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________

Street: ___________________________________________

Town/City: ________________________________________

County/State: _____________________________________

Post/Zip Code: ____________________________________

Country: _________________________________________

Direct Tel: (+ ) ___________________________________

Mobile: (+ ) _____________________________________

Direct Fax: (+ ) __________________________________

Signature : _______________________ Date: ___________

(I agree to the Terms and Conditions of Booking)

Terms and Conditions of Booking

Payment: Payments must be made with the order. Entry to the conference

will not be permitted unless payment has been made in full prior to 9th December

2014.

Substitutions/Name Changes: You can amend/change a delegate prior to

the even start by notifying us in writing. Two or more delegates may not

‘share’ a place at an event. Please ensure separate bookings for each

delegate. Torch Marketing Co. Ltd. reserve the right to refuse entry.

Cancellation: If you wish to cancel your attendance to the event and you are

unable to send a substitute, then we will refund/credit 50% of the due fee less

a £100 administration charge, providing that cancellation is made in writing

and received before 9th October 2014. Regretfully cancellation after this time

cannot be accepted. If we have to cancel the event for any reason, then we will

make a full refund immediately, but disclaim any further liability.

Alterations: It may become necessary for us to make alterations to the

content, speakers or timing of the event compared to the advertised

programme.

Data Protection: Torch Marketing Co. Ltd. gathers personal data in accordance

with the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and we may use this to

contact you by telephone, fax, post or email to tell you about other products

and services.

Please tick if you do not wish to be contacted in future by:

Email Post Phone Fax

BORDERPOL MEMBERS

Individual Full Conference

(includes 3 day conference, conference proceedings, keynote, exhibition,

networking reception, coffee breaks and lunch)

Paid before 9 th October 2014 ...................................... €625

Paid on or after 9 th October 2014 ................................ €695

Commercial ORGANISATIONS

Individual Full Conference

(includes 3 day conference, conference proceedings, keynote, exhibition,

networking reception, coffee breaks and lunch)

Paid before 9 th October 2014 ..................................... €850

Paid on or after 9 th October 2014 ............................... €950

Individual Day Delegate

(includes access to conference on the day, coffee breaks and lunch on the day)

Paid before 9 th October 2014 ..................................... €550

Paid on or after 9 th October 2014 ............................... €650

9th Dec 10th Dec 11th Dec

Exhibitor Full Conference

(includes 3 day conference, conference proceedings, keynote, exhibition,

networking reception, coffee breaks and lunch)

Paid before 9 th October 2014 ..................................... €450

Paid on or after 9 th October 2014 ............................... €550

Association Full Conference

Paid before 9 th October 2014 ..................................... €750

Paid on or after 9 th October 2014 ............................... €850

NS&RC Biometrics Institute

ASD Europe ISIO

Conference Proceedings only .................................. €495

EXHIBITION ONLY ...................................................... FREE

(includes access to exhibition floor and networking reception only)

Corporate Delegate Rates

If you are interested in attending as more than 5 delegates from a single

organisation, please contact borderpol@torchmarketing.co.uk for corporate

delegate rates.

PAYMENT DETAILS

(METHOD OF PAYMENT - Conference fees are subject to Hungarian VAT at 27%.)

Wire Transfer (Wire information will be provided on invoice)

Credit Card

Invoice will be supplied for your records on receipt of the order/payment.

Please fill in your credit card details below:

Visa MasterCard

All credit card payments will be subject to standard credit card charges.

Card No: ________________________________________________

Valid From ____ / ____ Expiry Date ____ / ____

CVV Number ______ (3 digit security on reverse of card)

Cardholder’s Name: _______________________________________

Signature: _______________________________ Date: __________

I agree to the Terms and Conditions of Booking.

Complete this form and fax to +44 (0) 872 111 3210 or email to borderpol@torchmarketing.co.uk


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