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Heritage Crime Symposium: Problems and Responses - Lincoln 14 Dec 2011

posted 9 Nov 2011, 14:29 by Paul Brayford   [ updated 23 Jan 2012, 12:42 ]
Wednesday 14 December 2011, 9.30AM - 4.30PM 

Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln LN1 3DY

Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln and the Alliance to Reduce Crime against Heritage present a one-day symposium to review and discuss current issues, problems and responses to heritage crime both nationally and within the local Lincolnshire / East Midlands region.

Coffee and registration will run from 9.30AM, the morning session will commence at 10.15AM.

Speakers will include:

Mike Harlow - Director of Governance and Legal for English Heritage
Richard Crompton - Chief Constable for Lincolnshire
The Archdeacon of Lincoln - The Venerable Tim Barker 'Nicking the lead: a victimless crime?'
Chief Inspector Mark Harrison - Policing and Crime Advisor, English Heritage 'Policing the past and protecting the future'
Matthew Godfrey 'Lincolnshire Heritage at Risk Project'
Ian Marshall, Cheshire West and Chester Council
Adam Daubney - Finds Liaison Officer 'The Portable Antiquities Scheme: Recording archaeological finds in Lincolnshire'
Philip Baker - Community Safety Department Lincolnshire Police
Horncastle Neighbourhood Policing Team

The symposium will take place in the Hardy Building on the University College campus. Located in uphill Lincoln within easy reach of the A46 Lincoln bypass the campus has ample free parking which can be accessed via the Longdales Road entrance. 

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This is a free event but pre-registration is essential as places are limited. 
Please book your place by contacting Bronwen Kane on 01522 583622 or before Monday 5 December 2011.

Lunch and refreshments will be available for all those attending courtesy of English Heritage.