P10614 APAC PoliceTech Conference and Exhibition
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APAC PoliceTech Conference and Exhibition

10 – 11 April 2019, Le Méridien Putrajaya, Selangor, Malaysia

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The Royal Malaysia Police, along with their wholly owned subsidiary and investment arm KOP Mantap Berhad are organizing the inaugural APAC Police Technology Conference and Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur.

The first and only such conference for the region will highlight the impact of technology on policing. It will showcase insights from regional and international Chiefs of Law Enforcement, alongside global leaders and innovators in the technology arena. New investment and use cases of technology, the emerging role of ICT, cross border collaboration, and interface with other security agencies will be the key focus points of the conference.

A concurrent trade exhibition will allow participants to explore emerging technological solutions available for policing, security and law enforcement industries.

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Conference highlights:

  • Emerging developments in crime and law enforcement
  • Global trends and best practice in technology for policing
  • Investment decisions being made in new technology
  • The impact, and use cases for technology in preparedness and response
  • Command and Control Solutions for connected policing
  • Communications and ICT
  • Wearable technology
  • UAVs, Drones and Automated tech
  • Social media and law enforcement
  • Weaponry trends and use options
  • Partnerships between government and private sector
  • Tech implementations across forensics, ballistics, border security and public safety
  • Cybercrime developments and law enforcement


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9:00 am

Welcoming Remarks by Conference Organising Committee Chairman - Datuk Iskandar Bin Datuk Abdul Malik Group Chief Executive Officer and Director, KOP Mantap Berhad, Malaysia

9:05 am

Welcome Address by Guest of Honour

9:15 am

  • Current initiatives  
  • Roadmap for technological innovation in transforming Malaysia’s security landscape 
  • Investment outlook and new technologies being considered

9:30 am

Morning Coffee Break and Exhibition Tour

10:15 am

  • Crime trends in ASEAN 
  • Recent ASEANPOL initiatives 
  • Specific areas of collaboration being pursued 
  • Key areas of technology intervention

10:45 am

  • Changing crime threats and the future of policing in a digital era 
  • Impact on terrorism, narcotics, digital security and cybercrime including applications of cryptocurrency 
  • Future-proof policing and innovative operating models to prioritise resources

10:30 am

Morning Coffee Break and Exhibition Tour


12:00 pm

  • New technological initiatives across front-line and back-end operations, including digital forensic tools, public surveillance, mobile applications and robotics 
  • SPF’s role in the Security Industry Transformation Map (ITM) and future pathways

12:30 pm

  • Initiatives in TACTICS and emerging areas of rising criminal activities in Thailand
  • Use cases of tech-enabled investigations in digital crime and virtual currency-related scams, human and child trafficking, and narcotics

1:00 pm

Networking Lunch

2:00 pm

  • Current role of ICT in crime-fighting  
  • High-priority police technology for intelligence-led policing  
  • Investment directions and partnerships with tech firms for better enforcement  
  • Use cases in border security, narcotics and communications

2:30 pm

  • National level technology strategy    
  • High-tech policing – Where does Vietnam want to go?    
  • Current projects and future outlook on tech implementation    
  • Police officers’ training and development on cyber security

3:30 pm

Afternoon Tea & Networking Break

4:00 pm

  • How state-of-the-art technology will play an important role in crime prevention?    
  • Major cities security initiatives and technology investments      
  • Case studies of CCTVs – detection, identifying and tech-assisted intelligence    
  • Cyberspace monitoring

4:30 pm

Brunei Policing Systems and Applications – From Border Control to Public Security

SSP Haji Mohd Fadzillah bin Haji Ismail, Acting Director of Logistic Department, Royal Brunei Police Force

5:00 pm

  • CBRNE usage trends and challenges in region 
  • VR and AR as the future of counter-terrorism training 
  • Strengthening policing and community outreaches 
  • Emerging priority areas for police terror strategies and areas of collaboration

5:45 pm

Close of Conference Day One

8:00 am

Morning Coffee


9:00 am

  • Connected policing and the implications of the digital Tsunami
  • Enabling technologies for digital transformation in criminal justice systems
  • Disclosure Management Document (DMD)
  • Technical suggestions

9:30 am

  • Use cases for facial recognition tech in public safety  
  • Addressing blockchain based traceability in crime predication systems  
  • Human rights, ethics, privacy and security   
  • Opportunities and future pathways in law enforcement and its key considerations

10:00 am

  • Key considerations for infrastructure, community participation and implementation of technology for high-density policing 
  • Highly effective sensing technology and virtual patrols  
  • AI and predictive policing – How far along we are for implementation?  
  • Evidence-based policing and its usefulness in ASEAN     
  • Use cases, challenges, and lessons learnt

10:40 am

Morning Networking Coffee

11:10 am

  • Building future proofing law enforcement technology platforms – What does it take?      
  • Preventing cyber crimes  
  • Social media and policing    
  • Technology and funding  
  • How do we use technology to fill personnel gaps – Are AI and machine learning absolute solutions?  

12:30 pm

Capacity Building for Law Enforcement – How Modern Policing Can be Attained through Training and Development, in the Case of E-learning

Kirstine Pedersen, Head of International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC), Illicit Goods & Global Health Program, INTERPOL General Secretariat

1:00 pm

Networking Lunch

2:00 pm

  • New threats, new demands: change management, emerging areas of required talent, and requirements from leadership  
  • Areas of value creation for a flexible labor force
  •  Training and enabling officers 
  • Explosion of data as a workforce tool


2:40 pm

  • Cyber terrorism and high-tech crime trends  
  • Detection, Protection and Response      
  • Developing a high-level strategy for cyber crime

3:10 pm

Case Study: Cyber Crime – Detection, Prevention and Action

DCP Datuk Saiful Azly bin Hj Kamaruddin, Director Commercial Crime Investigation Department, Royal Malaysia Police


3:40 pm

  • Key areas of collaboration, challenges and opportunities  
  • How technology can bring together efficiency and effectiveness     
  • Implementing an inter-agency technology project  
  • The road ahead for tech collaboration

4:30 pm

Close of Conference


Packages Price
2 Day ConferenceUS $999Early Bird
2 Day Conference - Supporting OrganisationUS $639Early Bird

Early Bird Rate: Register & Pay by 15 Feb 2019

Supporting Organisation price is valid for the following organisations’ members: 

  • Asian Professional Security Association


For Group Registrations of more than 3 team members, please email info@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2477


  • Multiple Bookings Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 2 or more delegates from the same organisation registering for the same event, at the same time.
  • Fee stated is the discounted price PER DELEGATE. Only one discount applies; either the early bird rate OR group rate.
  • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel.
  • All delegates from Singapore-based companies are required to pay an additional 7% GST (SINGAPORE EVENTS ONLY)
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Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun

Police Inspector-General, Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM)

Pol. Colonel Kenechanh Phommachack

Executive Director, ASEANAPOL

Michael Ang

Deputy Director of Innovation Centre, INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI)

SSP Haji Mohd Fadzillah bin Haji Ismail

Acting Director of Logistic Department, Royal Brunei Police Force

DAC Loke Wai Yew

Director, Digital Transformation Department, Singapore Police Force

Senior Representative, The Royal Thai Police

Pol. Dir. Cesar Hawthorne R. Binag

Director, Directorate for Information and Communications Technology Management (DICTM), Philippine National Police

Sen. Col. Vu Van Dong

Deputy Director, Office of Police Investigation Agency, Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security

Senior Lt. Pham Nhat Hang

Officer of INTERPOL Vietnam, Ministry of Public Security

Pol. Lt. Gen. Che Peou

Director, Cyber Crime Department, General Commissariat, Cambodian National Police

Pol. Col Aung Thu

Deputy Chief of Criminal Investigation Department, Division Against Transnational Crime, Police Head Quarter Myanmar

Dato Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay

Principal Assistant Director, Counter-Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysia Police

Andrin Raj

Southeast Asia Regional Director, International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP)

David Johnston

Technical Secretary and Digital Trust & Evidence Group Lead, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) Data Communications Group, U.K.

Paul Dainty

Forensic Lead, High-Tech Crime Unit, City of London Police

Irakli Beridze

Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute

Senior Representative, NetMotion

Khalid Nasser Abdulrazaq Alrazooqi

General Director of Artificial Intelligence Department, Dubai Police

Kirstine Pedersen

Head of International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC), Illicit Goods & Global Health Program, INTERPOL General Secretariat

ASEAN Police Representatives

DCP Datuk Saiful Azly bin Hj Kamaruddin

Director Commercial Crime Investigation Department, Royal Malaysia Police

PSUT Genie L. Balubal

Directorate for Operations, Philippines National Police 

when & where

10 - 11 Apr 2019

Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort City
62502 Putrajaya, Sepang
Selangor Darul Ehsan

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