7th International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference

This event provides a unique forum for delegates to share and develop best practices to combat counterfeiting and piracy crimes. Held on an annual basis, it brings together police, customs, regulatory agencies, private sector intellectual property crime investigators and prosecutors.

The 2013 conference was attended by some 500 delegates from more than 66 countries and was co-hosted by INTERPOL and An Garda Síochána in Partnership with Underwriters Laboratories.

The theme of the 2013 conference was " Borderless enforcement – empowering those who combat transnational organized crime through training".

The programme included plenary sessions, panel sessions, operational workshops, interactive round-tables, specialized IP crime training sessions, a networking lounge and an exhibition area.

News & media releases
15 October 2013

Tackling ‘sinister consequences’ of intellectual property crime needs public-private cooperation

DUBLIN, Ireland – Closer cooperation between the public and private sectors to combat the ‘sinister consequences’ of illicit trade and counterfeiting is essential, delegates were told at the opening of 2013 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property (IP) Crime Conference.Bringing together some 500 delegates from more than 60 countries, the three-...

INTERPOL International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference 2013, Dublin, Ireland