Examining the cross-threat nature of organised crime, reinvestment of drug trafficking revenue into wider criminality and national strategies to counter the impact to security and well being.
18:00 - 19:00
Lectures, talks and seminars
Sociology, Department of
This talk is presented by Tony Saggers, former senior police officer with National Crime Agency and Serious Organised Crime Agency.
He explores the relationship between casual drug users and organised crime groups, plus misconceptions regarding the innocent nature of choices to consume 'leisure drugs’.
Tony has 30 years of investigation, court evidence, intelligence and covert operations experience. He has a global speaking portfolio, has authored and co-ordinated national strategies, working in over 30 countries, leading on complex multi-agency national and international collaborations.
This event is hosted by the Centre for Criminology.