Fighting Transnational Crime Together
38th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference
15th - 18th October 2017
Hilton Hotel, Panama City, Panama

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Conference terms and conditions

Security requirements

As part of the operating procedure during conference events, security will be under the guidance of the Conference Committee and security personnel identified as such. Application for registration is taken as consent for security personnel to carry out all necessary security checks. All participants attending the conference will be issued with security identification and must carry such at all times during the conference period. Access to the conference events will only be permitted if the participant has on his/her person a valid conference identification badge. At the registration desk at the conference all participants may be asked to produce a valid photo identification such as a passport, driving licence or other statutory identification document. The Conference Committee reserves the right at any time to refuse any person access to the conference.

Cancellation statement

Cancellation received by email to by midnight CET 30 August 2017 will be accepted and all fees will be refunded less $50.00 administration fee. After this date, before midnight CET 14 September 2017 cancellations will be refunded at 50%. Later cancellations cannot be accepted and will not be refunded.
Transfer of a registration to another person is acceptable up to CET 30 September 2017 by paying a $50.00 processing fee. In this case contact us on

Privacy statement

Crime Stoppers International (CSI) will collect and store information you provide in this registration form for the purpose of registering you for the conference and to assist with administration, planning and development of this conferences. CSI will not use your information for any other purpose.



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