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2013 and 2014
    • Steele, A. (December, 2014) Can ATMs contribute to community? Design fictions and the extended ATM customer journey, LINK Consumer Council, Institute of Directors, London.
    • Steele, A. (December, 2014) Can ATMs contribute to community? Design fictions and the extended ATM customer journey, LINK Network Members Committee, Institute of Directors, London.
    • Steele, A. (November, 2014) Can ATMs contribute to community? Design fictions and the extended ATM customer journey, WeAreFriday, London.
    • Steele, A. (February, 2014) Innovation against ATM crime: the local payments ecosystem. Exhibit and expert focus group session, ATM Fraud Group, Institute of Directors, 26 February 2014.
    • Steele, A. (February, 2014) An ATM is not a tree #1. Presentation. RNUAL Block 2: Spring Research Symposium, UAL, 11 February 2014.
    • Steele, A. (May, 2014) An ATM is not a tree #2. Presentation. Socially Engaged Design Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 3 May 2014.
    • Steele, A. Automated Trust Machine 101. Poster and abstract, Urban Interaction Design Symposium, Venice, 25 September 2014.
    • Steele, A. (October, 2014) Automating trust: five scenarios based on current ATM innovations. Presentation, Retail Banking Research (RBR) and ATM International Association (ATMIA) ATM Security Conference, London, 15 October 2014.
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2013) Design Against Crime as Social Responsive Design. Presentation to incoming first year PhD students, University of the Arts London, 27 September 2013.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (July 2013) Design Against Crime As Socially Responsive Design. Day 1 Session 1, Inclusive Socially Responsive Design, SKIP Residential Summer School, Kingston University, 15-18 July 2013.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (July 2013) Stakeholder and Opportunity Mapping. Day 2 Session 3, Inclusive Socially Responsive Design, SKIP Residential Summer School, Kingston University, 15-18 July 2013.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe. A. (June 2013) Socialised Spaces are Safer Spaces: Co creating Sustainable Crime Prevention Through Design in the Public Realm. Cumulus 2013, Kalmar, 5th June 2013.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe. A. (June 2013)  Design Against Crime As Socially Responsive Design and Innovation. Presented at ‘Creative Responses to a Changing World’ UCA Design Research Conference, Whitechapel Gallery, 28th June 2013.
    • Gamman, L. and Bell, R. (May 2013) Future Thinking – Soft Design, Hard Crime. The School of Life, London, 8 May 2013.
    • Gamman, L. and Sidebottom, A, (March 2013) Design Against Crime: Reviewing how designers and crime scientists collaborate. Innovation in Enterprise Education: working with STEM and other disciplines workshop, Dorich House, Kingston, 6 March 2013.
    • Gamman, L. (Dec 2013) Presentation on retail at Design + Crime conference and exhibition, Sydney, Australia 12-13 December 2012.
    • Steele, A. (December 2013) The local payments ecosystem. LINK Network Members Committee, Institute of Directors, 12 December 2013.
    • Steele, A. (June 2013) A transdisciplinary perspective on ATM crime. RNUAL Block 3: Summer Research Symposium, UAL, 27 June 2013.
    2012
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Oct 2012) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design and Innovation. The 1st Seoul International Seminar on Crime Prevention Design, Seoul City Hall, Seoul, Korea, 17 Oct 2012.
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2012) Reviewing Design Strategies for Conflict Accommodation in ‘Wicked’ Design Scenarios. Super Brands: London Super Talks, Tent, Negotiating the City Experience, 21 Sept 2012.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Sept 2012) Socially Responsive Design and Innovation for Sustainability. Presentation to delegation of Chinese Universities, part of the British Council’s International Higher Education Collaboration on Upcycling of Industry Left-overs, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, 17th Sept 2012.
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2012) Design Against Crime as Social Responsive Design. Presentation to incoming first year PhD students, University of the Arts London, 28 September 2012.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. with Aditya Dev Sood (Sept 2012) How to Use New Strategies of Design for Future Welfare? Departure/MAK d>link.03, MAK Lecture Hall, Vienna, 18 Sept 2012.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (July 2012) From Crime Scripts to Empathy Suits – Why role-playing and visualisation of user and abuser “scripts” regarding ATM crime can offer useful design tools to build empathy and catalyse design innovation. DRS 2012: Bangkok, 1 -4 July 2012.
    • Gamman, L., Thorpe, A. and Willcocks, M. (June 2012) Design Against ATM Crime. Presentation – part of student project run with TU Delft, Faculty of Industrial Design and Engineering, 25th June 2012.
    • Willcocks, M. (July 2012). Co-designing a Toolkit for Controlling Hostile Reconnaissance. International Crime Science Conference, British Library, London, 04 July 2012.
    • Willcocks, M. (June 2012) Graffiti and the “commons” of the city: can informal practice nudge us towards more valued and more creative shared environments? Inequality: taking Bourdieu to town seminar and workshop, University of York, 31 May – 1 June 2012.
    • Turner, P. and Willcocks, M (June 2012). The street painted in red herrings. Return to the Street conference, Goldsmiths University, London, 27-28 June 2012.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2012) Involvement of individuals and organisations in crime prevention – a case of failure to get a grip on implementation. International Seminar, Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis, Stavern, Norway.
    • Willcocks, M. (June 2012) Graffiti and the “commons” of the city: can informal practice nudge us towards more valued and more creative shared environments? Inequality: taking Bourdieu to town seminar and workshop, University of York, 31 May – 1 June 2012.
    • Gamman, L., Thorpe, A. (May 2012) Design for Agnostic Space – Reviewing Design Strategies for conflict Accommodation in ‘Wicked’ Design Scenaries. Cumulus Helsinki 2012: Northern World Mandate – Towards Open and Participative Cities, Aalto University School of Art and Design, Helsinki, Finland, 24 – 26 May 2012.
    • Ekblom, P. (May 2012) What is ‘community’? How can we serve it, and deploy it, in the name of crime prevention? Kommunale Kriminalprävention und Bürgerbeteiligung (Community Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation), EU-funded conference, Bremen, Germany.
    • Ekblom, P. (May 2012) Crime prevention in urban development – A societal challenge (Keynote Presentation) EU-Project ‘Planning urban Security: Vier Länder auf dem Weg zur Kriminalprävention in der Stadtentwicklung (Four countries on the path to crime prevention in urban development)’, Hanover, Germany. http://plus-eu.com/docs/EKBLOM_CP_in_urban_development.pdf
    • Ekblom, P. (April 2012) Designing places and products against crime, disorder, drug abuse and terrorism. Invited by European Forum on Urban Security to present plenary at Adriatic City Security Conference, Solin, Croatia.
    • Ekblom, P. (April 2012) Counter Terrorism and Crime Prevention Through Design. Protecting Crowded Places – CT Expo 2012, Olympia, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (March/April 2012) ‘Crime prevention and the conceptual frame game’, ‘Hot products’ and ‘Design for the future’. Lectures to MSc Crime Science, UCL Department of Security and Crime Science.
    • Ekblom, P. (March 2012) The 5Is framework: Securing the knowledge of crime prevention and community safety (keynote). Annual meeting, Danish SSP (School, Social services, Police), Vejle, Denmark.
    • Willcocks, M. (March 2012) Socially Responsive Design: the struggles and commons of innovation for shared contexts (El Disseny Socialment Sensible: les lluites I els “ejidos” d’inovació per compartir).  Co-Using conference, Elisava Escola Superior de Disenny  i Enginyeria, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 28 March 2012.
    • Willcocks, M. (March 2012). User Research and Socially Responsive Design. Presentation as one of series of conferences and workshops, entitled User Research, Elisava Elisava Escola Superior de Disenny  i Enginyeria, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 02 March 2012.
    • Thorpe, A. and Gamman, L. (March 2012) Design Against Crime As Socially Responsive Design. Presentation to The British Higher School of Art and Design (Russia) at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Turner, P. and Willcocks, M (Feb 2012). The Commons and Publics of Graffiti. Briefing seminar for Design for Difference project, MAID students, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (Feb 2012) Anti-Innovation: using insights from Design Against Crime to frustrate terrorist creativity. The Nature of Creativity: Implications for Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: A St Andrews University Workshop, Milton Hill, Oxfordshire.
    • Thorpe, A. and Gamman, L. (Feb 2012) Socially Responsive Design and Design Against Crime – A Journey. Designer Profiles event, Central Saint Martins college of Arts and Design, London.
    • Gamman, L. (Feb 2012) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design & Innovation. Presentation to the Professoriate Committee (UAL), Chelsea College of Art, London.
    • Thorpe, A. and Gamman, L. (Feb 2012) Profit from Paranoia: Design Against Paranoid Products. Royal College of Art, London.
    • Thorpe, A. and Gamman, L. (Feb 2012) Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability: Introducing UAL DESIS Lab. Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (Jan 2012) Designing products and places against crime: The promise and the challenge (keynote) and Designing products and places against crime: Some tools for thinking and innovation. Safe and sound in Finland: Local Safety Planning Seminar, Finnish Ministry of Interior/ Lahti University, Lahti, Finland.
    2011
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Oct 2011) Socially Responsive Design – Open and Participatory Design Led Social Innovation. CFP 4th World Conference on Design Research, IASDR201, Delft, Netherlands, 31 October – 4 November 2011.
    • Willcocks, M. (Oct 2011) Graffiti Dialogues Network… Dialogues with Graffiti for 21st Century Cities. Open Walls conference, Barcelona. 20 -22 October 2011.
    • Willcocks, M. (Sept 2011) Greening Not Cleaning Graffiti Walls. CRESC Annual Conference 2011 ‘Framing the City’, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, 6 – 9 September 2011.
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2011) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design “Theory into Practice”. Presentation to incoming first year PhD students, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Sept 2011) You’re not my Dad – and I wouldn’t do what you told me to even if you were; Design Fraternalism Versus Design Paternalism. 2011 Design History Society International Conference; Design Activism and Social Change, Barcelona.
    • Gamman, L., Willcocks, M. and Thorpe, A.  (July 2011) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design & Innovation … A review for ‘Big Landscapes’. The Landscape Institute, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2011) Risk and Opportunity. International Seminar on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA), Durban.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2011) What Future Crime Prevention? How can we capture the knowledge before it is lost? DOCA annual conference. Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2011) Crime and terrorism futures. Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council workshop.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2011) Framing crime prevention, capturing knowledge – 5Is and beyond. Beccaria Programme final conference, Lower Saxony Crime Prevention Council, Hanover.
    • Gamman, L. & Thorpe, A. (May 2011) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design. Chinese Delegation, London College of Fashion, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Willcocks, M. (May 2011) Dialogues with Graffiti: Inventing and negotiating new 21st century approaches to an old “problem”. Anti Graffiti Association Annual Conference, London.
    • Thorpe, A. (May 2011) Bikeoff Research Initiative. DESIS Forum, Cumulus Conference, Paris 2011.
    • Thorpe, A. (April 2011) How can fashion contribute to managing life’s risks and protecting what we value? Future Fashion textiles Competition Launch, TFRC, University of the Arts London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (April 2011) Retail Loss Prevention and Safety Seminar for Small Business. Retail Theft Prevention Seminar, Surry Hills Community Centre, Sydney, Australia.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A.  (April 2011) Expected Future Trends in Retail Theft and Prevention. Department of Justice and Attorney General (DJAG) workshop, Parramatta Justice Precinct (PJP), NSW, Australia.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (April 2011) The Dark Side of Creativity; to explore what artists, designers and criminals have in common. Designing Out Crime Research Centre, University of Technology, Sydney.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A.  (March 2011) Design Against Crime; A Review as of 2011. Australia New Zealand Senior Officers Crime Prevention Group (ANZSOCPG) meeting, Parramatta Justice Precinct (PJP), NSW, Australia.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A.  (March 2011) Design Against Crime; A Review as of 2011 Designing Out Crime Research Centre. University of Technology Sydney, Australia.
    • Thorpe, A. (March 2011) How can fashion contribute to managing life’s risks and protecting what we value? Presentation to BA & MA Fashion courses, University of Technology Sydney, Australia.
    • Thorpe, A. (March 2011) Connecting for sustainability, Bikeoff Research Initiative, Designing Connectivity. Politecnico di Milano, Milan.
    • Gamman, L. (March 2011) Design Against ATM Crime. Link Scheme Meeting. Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (March 2011 and June 2011) Design Against ATM Crime. TU Delft, Rotterdam.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Feb 2011) Green Week. Innovation Centre, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Willcocks, M. (Feb 2011) User Research and Socially Responsive Design. Design Top-Up conference, Elisava, Barcelona.
    • Gamman, L. (Jan 2011) Reviewing Ethnographic Approaches of Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design. Royal College of Art, London.
    • Thorpe, A. (Jan 2011) Social Design, Innovation and Enterprise: Definitions, Approaches and Processes. Presentation MA Creative Practice for the Narrative Environment course, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    2010
    • Willcocks, M. (Dec 2010) An introduction to alternative material and community responses to regenerating built environments. Graffiti Dialogues: Strand 1 workshop, Innovation Centre, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Willcocks, M. (Nov 2010) Using Cashpoint Art to tackle ATM fraud. ATM Fraud Group Meeting, Camden Council, London.
    • Willcocks, M. (Nov 2010) Design Vs. Public Engagement.Voices from the Future inaugural workshop and seminar day, Swansea Metropolitan University, Wales.
    • Ekblom, P. (Oct 2010) Understanding Design Against Crime and Terrorism. 3rd Annual Development and Infrastructure Security Summit, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
    • Thorpe, A. (Oct 2010) Social Design, Innovation and Enterprise: Definitions, Approaches and Processes. Presentation to MA Communication Design course, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London
    • Gamman, L. (Oct 2010) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design “Theory into Practice”. Presentation to incoming first year PhD students, University of the Arts London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Sept 2010) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design. TU Delft, Rotterdam.
    • Thorpe, A. (Aug 2010) ‘Stop Thief’ Chairs. THONET GmbH, Frankfurt.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2010) Risk analysis design guide: Using theory to analyse crime risks and generate design guidance for secure environments. Defence and Systems Institute, University of South Australia, Adelaide.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2010) Securing the knowledge: the 5Is framework for improving performance in crime prevention, security and community safety. Occasional seminar, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra. Available here
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2010) Teasing apart Territoriality… and reassembling it as a useful concept for practice, research and theory Seminar on ‘Critical Perspectives of CPTED’, Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney, Australia. Available here
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2010) Design Against Crime: the promise and the challenge. 2010 Design Challenge: Crime Forum, Design Research Institute, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2010) How to understand, specify and describe the security function of a product: Towards a language and a framework for designing against crime. International Seminar on Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA), Brisbane, Australia.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2010) Mitigating Risk, Building Resilience & Ensuring Security. CNi Expo conference, Excel, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (June 2010) Socially Responsive Design Hub. Hammersons, Grosvenor St, London.
    • Thorpe, A. (May 2010) Socially Responsive Design Hub. TATA ELXSI, University of the Arts London.
    • Ekblom, P. (May 2010) Teasing apart territoriality…and reassembling it as a useful concept for practice, research and theory. Crime Prevention Conference, Keele University.
    • Ekblom, P. (May 2010) Citizen involvement in crime prevention. 15th Annual International Forum of the German Crime Prevention Congress and the European Forum for Urban Security, Berlin.
    • Ekblom, P. (March 2010) Design Against Crime – The challenge and the promise. Launch conference, Institute of Applied Criminology and Forensic Science, Huddersfield University.
    • Gamman, L. and Trueman, P. (March 2010) Tackling Crime in Hammersmith Together. Novotel, London.
    2009
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Dec 2009) Review of Design Against Crime (DAC) and Perceptions of Crime in Kaunas. Urban Ideas Bakery, organised by the British Council in Lithuania.
    • Spondike, S. (Nov 2009) Design Against Crime. Pecha Kucha, London. Available here
    • Gamman, L. (Oct 2009) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design (and Against Paranoid Products). Presentation to Polish Crime Prevention Officers, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) Updating Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. Presentation to Polish Crime Prevention Officers, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Gamman, L. (Oct 2009) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design “Theory into Practice”. Presentation to incoming first year PhD sstudents, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (Oct 2009) From Risk to Design. Swedish National Crime Prevention Council, Stockholm.
    • Ekblom, P. (Oct 2009) Bringing Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design into the 21st Century. Solna City Council, Sweden.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Sept 2009) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design. Presentation to designers, journalists and architects from the Norsk Form foundation, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (June 2009) Design Against Crime Overview and Design Resource: Definitions, Approaches and Processes. Audi Design Foundation’s Sustain Our Nation Master class, Marylebone Hotel, London, 11 -12 June 2009.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (June 2009) Open Innovation – Design-Led Research for the 21st century. Creativity and Innovation in Groups workshop organised by CRASSH in Cambridge.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (May 2009) Bike Off 2 – Catalysing anti theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st century (Keynote Presentation). Velo-city Conference, Brussels. 12–15 May. Gamman also presented the posters Holborn Unlocked and Bikeoff.org at the conference.
    • Thorpe, A. (May 2009) Bike Off 2 – Catalysing anti theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st century. AHRC regional event, 21 May 2009.
    • Ekblom, P. (May 2009) Teasing apart territoriality…and reassembling it as a useful concept for practice, research and theory. Crime Prevention Conference, Keele University.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (March 2009) Design Against Crime Overview. Audi Design Foundation’s Sustain Our Nation Think Tank, RSA, London, 27 March 2009.
    • Thorpe, A. (March 2009) Putting the Brakes on Bike Theft. Universities Environmental Group, LSE, London.
    • Willcocks, M. (March 2009) A Dialogue with Graffiti – Communication and Conflict in the Urban Environment. DOCA International 10 year Anniversary Seminar, hosted at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Thorpe, A. (Feb  2009) Bikeoff: Research and resources for design of secure bike stands. University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI).
    • Willcocks, M. (Feb 2009) A day in the life of … (Un Día en La Vida de..). Pecha Kucha Barcelona Vol. 4, Palo Alto, Barcelona.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) Bringing Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design into the 21st Century. Solna City Council, Sweden.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) From Risk to Design. Swedish National Crime Prevention Council, Stockholm.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) Introduction to Design Against Crime, and From Risk to Design. Parliamentary Policy Exchange conference, Building Safer Communities: Design Against Crime, London. Also conference chair.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) DAC and Shoplifting. Presentation to BA Product Design and MA Industrial Design course, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) Business crime and Design Against Crime. Presentation to MA Innovation Management course, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2009) User-friendly / Abuser-Unfriendly: Explorations in Design Against Crime. Presentation to joint CSM/Brunel University design symposium, London.
    2008
    • Gamman, L.. and Thorpe, A. (Dec 2008) Social Innovation. Presentation to Beijing Delegation of Civil Servants, University of the Arts London.
    • Ekblom, P. (Dec 2008) Crime Prevention Through Surveillance and Design…or AGD, CCTV, CPTED, ASB. Presentation to the Australian Federal Attorney General’s Department, Canberra.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2008) Let’s face it – crime prevention is complex (Keynote Presentation). ANZ Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Canberra.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2008) Crime prevention: International experience (Keynote Presentation). Western Australia Government conference: State community safety and crime prevention strategy renewal forum, Perth, Australia.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2008) Introducing Design Against Crime….As we do it and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design – Time for an Upgrade? Australia-New Zealand Crime Prevention Senior Officers’ Group, Canberra.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2008) Thinking thief, thinking designer – designing out crime from places and products. Institute of Criminology, University of Technology, Sydney.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2008) What’s up, DOC? Contemporary practice, themes and issues in Designing Out Crime. Occasional Seminar, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra.
    • Gamman, L., Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A. and Thorpe, A.(November 2008) Design Against Crime: Reducing the Risk of Bicycle Theft. The American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, St Louis, USA.
    • Vitiello R. and Willcocks M. (Nov 2008) Urban Lexicons: unravelling the signs and details that make us love or loath everyday urban spaces. Project overview, results and methodology. Bight Sparks, Research and Development Awards, Final Seminar, hosted at CSM Innovation, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (Oct 2008) What Theory Knows Is… Using theory to analyse crime risks and generate design guidance for secure bike parking. London Bike Film Festival, Putting the Brakes on Bike Theft: Multi-agency Delivery of a Secure Cycling City seminar, Barbican Centre, London.
    • Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A., Thorpe, A. and Willcocks, M. (October 2008) What I Know (about bike parking) Is…. London Bicycle Film Festival: Putting the Brakes on Bike Theft: Multi-agency Delivery of a Secure Cycling City seminar, Barbican Centre, London.
    • Thorpe, A. (Oct 2008) BikeOff 2 Catalysing anti-theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st Century. London Bicycle Film Festival: Putting the Brakes on Bike Theft: Multi-agency Delivery of a Secure Cycling City seminar, Barbican Centre, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (September 2008) Design Against Crime and Socially Responsive Design for Public Space. Design In Public Space: Safety conference, Silesian Castle of Art and Enterprise, Cieszyn, Poland.
    • Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A. and Thorpe, A. (September 2008) Evaluating efforts to design out bicycle theft. 8th European Society of Criminology conference, University of Edinburgh.
    • Willcocks M. (Sept 2008) A Dialogue with Graffiti. “Understanding Graffiti” conference, Long Beach Police Headquarters, California, USA.
    • Gamman L. and Willcocks M. (Sept 2008) What is Graffiti and what to do about it (presented by Willcocks, M) “Understanding Graffiti” conference, Long Beach Police Headquarters, California, USA.
    • Willcocks, M. (July 2008) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design. Design for Commercial Spaces seminar, Instituto Europeo de Diseño (IED), Barcelona, Spain.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A (July 2008) Less is More – What Design Against Crime Can Contribute To Sustainability. Changing the Change Conference, Turin and the Designing Out Crime Designing Out Crime Association (DOCA) AGM, Birmingham in November 2008.
    • Ekblom P. (July 2008) Crime prevention: International experience (Keynote Presentation). Western Australia Government conference ‘State community safety and crime prevention strategy renewal forum’, Perth, Australia.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (July 2008) What is Design Against Crime? Presentation given to a student audience to brief and help catalyse activities at our sister Centre in Australia (Design Out Crime Research Centre DOC-RC).
    • Gamman, L. (July 2008) The Dark Side of Shopping. Presentation requested by the NSW Attorney General to his office with invited guests.
    • Gamman, L. and Willcocks, M. (June 2008) The Bikeoff Initiative, Cycle Theft Versus Socially Responsive Innovation. 2nd Catalan Congress of the Bicycle (2nd Congreso Catalán de la Bicicleta), L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2008) Bringing CPTED Into The 21st Century and Measuring Police Effectiveness. Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm University Campus, 16-18 June 2008.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2008) Making the Complex Communicable. Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm University Campus,  16-18 June 2008.
    • Gamman, L. (June 2008) Design Against Bag Theft, Socially Responsive Design for Public Space (Keynote Presentation). Safer Sustainable Cities seminar, The Grand Reading Room, Welsh School of Architectural Glass, Swansea, Wales..
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2008) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. Safer Sustainable Cities seminar, The Grand Reading Room, Welsh School of Architectural Glass, Swansea, Wales.
    • Willcocks, M. (June 2008) Understanding appropriation and activity support; From Informal Sport to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. Safer Sustainable Cities seminar, The Grand Reading Room, Welsh School of Architectural Glass, Swansea, Wales.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (June 2008) Design Against Paranoid Cities or Socially Responsive Design for Public Spaces. RIBA’s Building Futures – Conflict Debate event.
    • Willcocks, M. (June 2008) The Difference is in the Detail, Public Space, Socially Responsive Design and Behaviour. Seminar given at Insituto Europeo de Diseño (IED), Barcelona.
    • Willcocks, M. and Camino, X. (June 2008) Urban Acupuncture, Design and Anthroplogy (Acupuntura Urbana, Diseño y AntropologÌa). Visiting lecturer seminar, Elisava School of Design, Barcelona.
    • Gamman, L. (April 2008) A Wry Look at Design & Crime. Inaugural lecture, Cochrane Theatre, Lonodn,  23 April.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (April 2008) Design as Socially Responsive Design. Glasgow School of Art.
    • Gamman, L. (March 2008) The Dark Side of Creativity in Cities. What Makes Cities Creative workshop organised by the British Council, Warsaw, Poland.
    • Ekblom, P. (February 2008) Less Crime, by Design. Interdisciplinary Design Institute, Washington State University, Spokane WA, USA.
    • Willcocks, M. (January 2008) Visual Codes and Sport in Public Space (Códigos Visuales y el Deporte en el Espacio Público).  Inaugural conference of the ‘Sport and the Construction of Citizenship’ (Esport I Construcció Ciutadania) exhibition, and opening event at Museu Olímpic, Catalunya, Spain. Keynote Presentation.
    • Ekblom, P. (2008) Capturing, assessing, transferring and applying knowledge of good practices in crime prevention: the 5I’s framework. Irish Youth Justice Service first biennial conference ‘Best Practice for Youth Justice, Best Practice for all’, Ballyconnell, Irish Republic. Available here
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2008) Design Against Crime – masterclass. Malicious Exploitation of Information Systems: Preventing the Rise of the Insider Threat conference, University College London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2008) Community Safety Impact Assessment. EqIA Round Table Event, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2008) An inconvenient complexity – or why crime prevention needs intelligent design to guide research and evaluation and structure the knowledge they produce. Workshop conference on evaluation, Police Academy, Stavern, Norway.
    • Ekblom, P. (2008) Crime prevention and the conceptual frame game, and Design Against Crime theory modules taught by Professor Paul Ekblom, MSc in Crime Science, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL, London.
    2007
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Dec 2007) Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design For Public Space (Keynote Presentation).  UK Brazil Workshop on Innovation and Investment in Research and the Creative Economy (AHRC/ Foreign Office event in Sao Paulo, Brazil)..
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2007) Fresh and evolving ideas from the collision of Situational Crime prevention and Design. Departmental seminar, Sociology, University of Surrey.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2007) Safer places, successful spaces. Designing Safer Environments Conference, organised by The Architects’ Journal, Royal Horticultural Halls, London, 13 November 2007.
    • Gamman, L. and Raein, M. (October 2007) The Art of Crime (Keynote Presentation).  EDIT 8.00 conference, Geilo, Norway..
    • Ekblom, P. (Oct 2007) Crime Reduction Through Surveillance and Design. International Crime Reduction Conference. Banff, Canada. Organised by the Province of Alberta. www.crimereduction2007.com/adobe/Paul%20Ekblom.pdf
    • Ekblom, P. (Oct 2007) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. Crime Prevention: Czech Republic and International Perspectives, Ministry of Interior, Prague, Czech Republic, 15 – 16 October. Available here
    • Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A. and Thorpe, A (October 2007) A Problem-Oriented Approach to Bicycle Theft. Home Office, London.
    • Thorpe, A. and Skibsted, J.M. (Oct 2007) Liberty Versus Security: Bikes Versus Bombs. Dealing with Fear: What Holds Societies Together conference, Akademie Schloss, Stuttgart, Germany, 18 -20 October 2007.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Sept 2007) Liberty Versus Safety – Encouraging Cycling not Fear of Bombs. Transport & Security the Real Issues for 2025 conference, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Johnson, S. D., Sidebottom, A. and Thorpe, A. (Sept 2007) Responses to bike theft: Design, implementation, evaluation. Transport & Security the Real Issues for 2025 conference, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Thorpe, A. (Sept 2007) Review of Bicycle Parking Design Standards – the Way Forward. Bicycle crime prevention seminar, part of the 6th Bicycle Film Festival, London, 7 – 9 September 2007.
    • Bowers, K., Ekblom, P., and Sidebottom, A. (Sept 2007) Foresee or Foredoom: Introducing CRITICS as a Prospective Planning Tool for Crime Prevention Evaluation Design. 7th European Society of Criminology Conference, University of Bologna, Italy, 28 September 2007.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (July 2007) DAC’s Review of Anti Terrorist Bike Parking Strategy. Greater London Authority, Metropolitan Police Anti Terrorist Unit & TfL (Transport for London) / CCoE.
    • Thorpe, A. (July 2007) Don’t Give Thieves an Easy Ride: A Design Against Crime Practice Review. International Crime Science Conference, British Library, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2007) Striking Sparks: Fresh and evolving ideas from the collision of Situational Crime Prevention and Design. International Crime Science conference, British Library, London. This presentation was also given at the ECCA International Conference in July 2007.
    • Gamman, L. (July 2007) Crime as Socially Responsive Innovation? International Crime Science Conference, British Library, London; This presentation was also given at the ECCA International Conference in July 2007 to communicate to a crime prevention and criminology audience the contribution practice led research has to make to designing out crime.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (July 2007) Design Against Crime’s review of Anti Terrorist Bike Parking Strategy. Presentation to GLA and TfL/CCoE in July 2007 and to the 4th Cycling and Society Research Group Symposium, Guilford, September 2007.
    • Gamman, L. (June 2007) Translating User Insight into Commercially Successful Outcomes. Reinventing with Design conference, Hong Kong Design Centre (13th June).
    • Willcocks, M. (June 2007) Participant Design and Sport in Public Space (Diseño Participativo y el Deporte en el Espacio Público). Barcelona Institute of Sport (IBE) Barcelona, Spain.
    • Willcocks, M. (May 2007) How to Observe Public Space, Visual Codes and Informal Uses with examples from Bikeoff project. Visiting lecturer seminar, Elisava School of Design, Barcelona.
    • Willcocks, M. (May 2007) The Difference is in the Detail. Public Space, Socially Responsive Design and Behavioural Design for Commercial Spaces seminar, Insituto Europeo de Diseño (IED), Barcelona.
    • Willcocks, M. and Camino X. (May 2007) Urban Acupuncture, Design and Anthropology. (Acupuntura Urbana, Diseño y AntropologÌa). Visiting lecturer seminar, Elisava School of Design, Barcelona.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (April 2007) Liberty Versus Safety: A Design Review. European Academy of Design (EAD 07): Dancing with Disorder: Design, Discourse, Disaster, Izmir, Turkey. Also presented at Cycling & Society Symposium of the Cycle Touring Club of Great Britain.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (April 2007) Profit from Paranoia – Design Against ‘Paranoid’ Products. European Academy of Design (EAD 07): Dancing with Disorder: Design, Discourse, Disaster, Izmir, Turkey.
    • Willcocks, M. (April 2007) Visual Codes and the Contribution of a Design Perspective to the Social Networks of Sport in Public Space (Los Códigos Visuales y la Contribución de una Perspectiva del Diseño de las Redes Sociales del Deporte en el Espacio Público). Barcelona for Sport (Barcelona per l’Esport), Observatori Social de Barcelona, Spain.
    • Willcocks, M. (April 2007) Tools for a Research-Into-Design Processes. Visiting lecturer seminar, Elisava School of Design, Barcelona.
    • Gamman, L. (March 2007) Crime, Safety and Design. Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD) Annual Conference, Cardiff.
    • Willcocks, M. and Camino, X. (March 2007) Design meets Ethnography: Case Studies from Design Against Crime and others. Visiting lecturer seminar, Elisava School of Design, Barcelona.
    • Ekblom, P. (Feb-March 2007) The Importance of Good Design – the Case of Design Against Crime. Cityscape 2007 conference Designing for Quality Spaces – Improving the Public Realm through Design, Earl’s Court, London, 27 February – 1 March 2007.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Surveillance – getting a clear view. DOCA AGM, Tally Ho, Birmingham.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Professional Training in Crime Prevention: The UK situation. Beccaria (Quality Management in Crime Prevention) Partner Meeting, Hanover, Germany.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Mapping Risk. Corporate Security Network conference on Risk, Canary Wharf, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) The work of DAC as funded by AHRC. Presentation to AHRC Chief Executive and Treasury officials as part of the Comprehensive Spending Review.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Crime prevention and the conceptual frame game. Theory module, MSc in Crime Science, Jill Dando Institute, UCL, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Designing Products Against Crime – bicycles. Presentation to BA Product Design course, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Designing Out Crime: Creating Safer Communities Through Planning and Technological Innovation. Westminster Briefing Conference (The House Magazine) chaired by Professor Paul Ekblom, Westminster, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Design Against Crime. University of the Arts Research Network (RNUAL), London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2007) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design – Time for an Upgrade? The National Architect Liaison Officers’ conference, Stratford upon Avon.
    2006
    • Gamman, L. (Nov 2006) Design Against Crime. Crime Reduction Officers training, South Wales Police Headquarters, Neath.
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2006) Identification and Application of Best Practice in Crime Prevention – some fundamental questions and some attempted answers. European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN) Best Practices Conference, Hämeenlinna, Finland, 27 – 28 November 2006. Available here
    • Ekblom, P. (Nov 2006) Planning Urban Spaces and Security and… Designing Out Crime. Democracy and Cities, European Forum of Urban Safety, Zaragoza, Spain, 2– 4 November 2006. Available here
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (Nov 2006) What is socially responsive design – A theory and practice review. Wonderground – the 2006 Design Research Society International Conference. Forum Tecnologico do Polo Tecnologico de Lisboa, Lisbon, 1-4 November 2006.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2006) Appropriate Complexity: Capturing and structuring knowledge from impact and process evaluations of Crime Prevention, Community Safety and Problem-Oriented Policing and Re-building Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. International Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 26 – 29 July 2006.
    • Ekblom, P. (July 2006) Street Crime and Design: Micro Scale. International Crime Science conference, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2006) Appropriate Complexity: capturing and structuring knowledge from impact & process evaluations of Crime Prevention. Community Safety and Problem-Oriented Policing: Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden, 15– 17 June 2006.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2006) Design and Crime Prevention: Understanding the Links & Processes. National Convention for Community Safety, Portsmouth, 13 – 15 June 2006.
    • Willcocks M. (June 2006) BikeOff: Learning from Barcelona. Reinventing the BikeShed, The Arches, Tooley Street, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (June 2006) Diagnosing Bicycle Crime with the Conjunction of Criminal Opportunity Framework. Reinventing the Bikeshed, The Arches, Tooley Street. London.
    • Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. (May 2006) Design Against Crime As Socially Responsive Theory and Practice. 9th International Design Conference -DESIGN 2006, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
    • Willcocks, M. (March 2006). Informe Sant Salvador (‘Sant Salvador Report’). Paper given to present ‘Diagnostic for Deployment of a Development Plan for the Neighbourhood and Community of Sant Salvador’, Tarragona, Spain.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design – Time for an upgrade? and Designing Products Against Crime – A Think Thief perspective. 17th Annual Conference on Problem-Oriented Policing, Madison, USA.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Securing the Knowledge for Crime Prevention, Community Safety and Problem-Oriented Policing. Presentation to the Metropolitan Police Neighbourhood Policing Unit, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Design against Crime. Presentation to International Young Design Entrepreneur of the Year (IYDEY) shortlistees, Innovation Centre, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design – Time for an Upgrade? Designing Out Crime Association AGM, Worcester.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006)  Crime Prevention Methodologies: frameworks for Planning, Implementation & Evaluation. CEPOL (European Police College) course on crime prevention, Lisbon, Portugal.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Technology and Crime Prevention. Seminar, University of Huddersfield.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Recent developments in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. Presentation to the Masters’ course in Urban Security, and also the Masters’ in Crime Prevention, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Crime prevention and the conceptual frame game. Theory module, MSc in Crime Science, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Limiting Theft of Electronic Products: Ways of Measuring – and Addressing – Security. iWant: to Design More Secure Products Event (Project MARC), Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL, London
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Benchmarking Crime Prevention & Community Safety in EU. EC Forum on General Crime Prevention – Elements of an evolving European Crime Prevention Policy.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Introducing Design Against Crime …as we do it. DACRC Research Seminar for local authorities, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Design Against Crime. Research Symposium, University of the Arts, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2006) Design Against Crime. Presentation to Japanese Urban Planners, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London.
    2005
    • Gamman, L. (Dec 2005) Design Against Crime- How to Make it Happen. Centre for Design, Architecture and the Built Environment (Norsk Form), Oslo, Norway.
    • Gamman, L. (Nov 2005) DOCA – A pressure body? Designing Out Crime Association conference, Wakefield, 16 November 2005.
    • Willcocks, M. (Oct 2005) “Codigos de La Calle” (Codes of the Street).‘Taller Elisava: La Ciutat- Mapas Urbanas’ (Workshop Elisava: The City – Urban Maps), La Capella, Barcelona.
    • Ekblom, P., Gamman, L. and Willcocks, M. (Sept 2005) Shopping Centres – Best Design Practice. Designing Out Drug Related Crime In Shopping Environments conference, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London, 20 September 2005.
    • Ekblom, P. and Gamman, L. (Sept 2005) Keeping on Our Toes: Avoiding the Cookbook, Matching to Context, Adapting to Change. Designing Out Drug Related Crime In Shopping Environments conference, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London, 20 September 2005.
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2005) Designers Who Make Money from Crime. Patent Office, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (Sept 2005) Capturing and evaluating the process of community safety. Community Safety: Innovation and Evaluation conference, University of Chester, 23 September 2005.
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2005) Creating and Designing Out Crime Prevention Visuals. Designing Out Crime Association BRE seminar, Watford, 6 September 2005.
    • Ekblom, P. (Sept 2005) Product design against crime. Designing Out Crime Association BRE Seminar, Watford, 6 September 2005.
    • Willcocks, M. (Aug 2005) Design & Public Space; Democratisation or City Conflicts. Greenbelt Arts Festival, Cheltenham.
    • Willcocks, M. (Aug 2005) Virtually Public; What can Interaction Design learn from Product Design? MA Interaction & Hypermedia Design seminar, University of Westminster, London.
    • Gamman, L. and Megyeri, M. (July 2005) Fortress Britain. Designing Out Crime Association conference, Cheltenham, 6 July 2005.
    • Gamman, L. and Gray K. (May 2005) Design Against Crime. Magdalena: 7th International Festival of Creative Communication, Maribor, Slovenia, 12 – 14 May 2005.
    • Gamman, L. (March 2005) Designing Out Crime? Reviewing practice-based Models of the Design Process. In: 6th International conference of the European Academy of Design (EAD 06), Bremen, Germany, 29 – 31 March 2005.
    • Ekblom, P. (2005) Design Against Crime. Lecture. Cross-faculty investigative workshop on Holistic Research Synergies for Tackling Crime, Salford University.
    • Ekblom, P. (2005) Horizon Scanning: Managing the Future in Policing. Police Future Scanning Group, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2005) The Conjunction of Terrorist Opportunity. The SERVE Network, Manchester.
    • Ekblom, P. (2005) Designing Crime out of ICT Systems – Mirage or Possibility? LSE Security Colloquium, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2005) Crime prevention, 5Is and the Conjunction of Criminal Opportunity. Theory module, MSc in Crime Science, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, UCL, London.
    • Ekblom, P. (2005) The 5Is framework – sharing good practice in crime reduction. International seminar on Quality Management in Crime Prevention (Beccaria Project), Hanover, Germany.
    2004
    • Gamman, L. (Sept 2004) Seeing is Believing. Designing Out Crime Association conference, Tally Ho, Birmingham, 29 September, 2004.
    • Ekblom, P. (Sept 2004) Product Design Against Crime. Designing Out Crime Association conference, Tally Ho, Birmingham, 29 September 2004.
    • Gamman, L. and Willcocks, M. (March 2004) Design Against Crime. Designing Out Crime Association/Police Service Northern Ireland Designing Out Crime seminar, Belfast, 24 March 2004.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004) Partnership in the prevention of violence. Council of Europe conference, Brussels, Belgium.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004) The 5Is framework – sharing good practice in crime reduction. Swedish National Crime Prevention Council, Stockholm, Sweden.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004)  Crime Prevention Knowledge and Design Against Crime (keynote). Japan Urban Security Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004) Designing ICT for Crime Prevention. British Computer Society Thought Leadership Debate.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004) The 5Is framework – sharing good practice in crime reduction. Presentation to several local Youth Offending Teams and to the Youth Justice Board Academic Research seminar.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004) Crime prevention, 5Is and the Conjunction of Criminal Opportunity. Theory module, MSc in Crime Science, Jill Dando Institute, UCL.
    • Ekblom, P. (2004) The 5Is framework – sharing good practice in crime reduction. Leicester University.