Intelligence-Sec aims to provide the security industry with timely and well thought out conferences and exhibitions in key markets across the globe. With well researched event topics this is an opportunity to attended targeted niche events which will directly increase your knowledge, business opportunities and understanding in the market place. With senior public sector presenters each conference will provide a great insight into the challenges regional governments face in the event topic.

All our events are thoroughly researched to provide you with the highest level of industry experts in one place, in a city where the event topic is distinguished. Intelligence-Sec endeavours to provide attendees with an international view on the specific topic which allows for good analysis and discussions during the event.

Our main priority is to make sure you receive the most out of one of our events and that you leave for your respective countries more than satisfied with the knowledge and networking achieved.

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Urban Safety & Security Europe 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom

18-19 February 2020

Safety and Security within urban areas are becoming a major concern for many governments and law enforcement officials. With more protests, international events, riots and gang violence happening in major cities there is a need for increased security.

Our inaugural Urban Safety and Security Europe conference and exhibition will look into many aspects of safety and security in urban areas such as city centres, shopping centres, stadiums and transport hubs. With cuts in the policing budget many local constabularies have limited officers walking the streets of city centres and shopping centres which has led to a great importance for other stakeholders to be made aware of the risks, threats and challenges faced in urban areas.

The event will also look into other important areas within this arena such as how local hospitals deal with mass casualties and traumas. Reviewing hospital preparedness and response to mass casualties and how they liaise with other local public sector agencies when dealing with large scale casualties.

Urban Safety and Security Europe will take place in Manchester, United Kingdom on the 18th – 19th February 2020. Manchester provides an interesting case study due to the fact that Manchester is a large city with one of the largest shopping centres in the UK, the Trafford Centre, as well as having two football stadiums in the city centre.

To be part of our Urban Safety and Security Europe conference and exhibition either as a sponsor, exhibitor, speaker or delegate please contact us at or +44(0)1582 346 706.

Official Partners

  • Chief Inspector Alastair Muir, Director of Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (SVRU), Police Scotland
  • Chief Inspector Pete Brannigan, Operational Support Department, Public Order Public Safety, Police Service of Northern Ireland
  • Chief Superintendent Umer Khan, Territorial Commander, City of Manchester, Greater Manchester Police
  • Guy Collyer OBE, Head of Academy, Police Crime Prevention Academy, United Kingdom
  • Allan Cordwell, Head of Group, Emergency Planning, Resilience and Response Unit, The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, United Kingdom
  • Marian Geleta, Senior Specialist, Operational Coordination and International Major Event Support, Europol
  • Allan Bullock, Principal Sales Engineer, AtHoc, BlackBerry
  • Chris Ullah, Senior Enterprise Account Manager, BlackBerry
  • Councillor Nigel Murphy, Deputy Leader, Manchester City Council
  • Andy Billings, Head of Security and Contingency Planning, Associated British Ports
  • Dr. Steve Photiou, Senior Attending Emergency Physician and Director of Emergency Planning, Emergency Department, Hospital of Montebelluna (TV), Italy
  • Chris Singer, Police and Security Advisor, Resilience Advisors Network
  • Mike Harris, Lecturer in Explosive and Hazardous Investigation, Cranfield University
  • Emma Parkinson, Course Director – Emergency Planning and Crowded Places, Coventry University


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