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Countering Transnational Organized Crime

22 April, 2013 - 24 April, 2013, Alexandria, VA, United States

Countering transnational organized crime cannot be solved by states and agencies acting alone. Rather, effective countering measures demand collaboration across agencies and nations.

This event focuses exclusively on relevant domestic and international law enforcement and government agencies. Today’s TOC activities deal heavily with criminal goods, such as illegal drugs, identity theft, counterfeit goods, money laundering and intellectual property materials. These criminal activities extend to the trafficking of arms, human beings, and child exploitation. Understand the actions taking place to effectively counter these threats from agency leaders.

Amazingly, in a time filled with civil wars, radical religious extremism, and growing regional superpower confrontations, many military and political leaders believe TOC is the genuine, long-term threat to worldwide stability and national safety. TOC is one of the major threats to national security both abroad and here at home.

What are the top benefits of attending?

  • This is the only CTOC event in North America!
  • You will be able to coordinate and strategize with your international counterparts
  • This is a solution driven conference with representatives from various countries and agencies, working together
  • Get the chance to see the latest in tactical equipment to battle TOC
  • Find out what different organizations are doing to combat TOC
  • Learn what the focus and acquisition priorities are for countering TOC from government officials and military leaders. 

Major focus areas will be:

  • Human & Arms Trafficking
  • Countering Terrorist Financial Networks
  • Counter- Narco Trafficking
  • Cyber Crime
  • Money laundering and corruption of financial services by criminal organizations
  • Countering proliferation of WMD through state sponsored regimes

Venue & Accommodation

Holiday Inn
625 First Street , Alexandria, Virginia
22314 , United States
Phone: 703-548-6300

Stay at Holiday Inn & Suites Alexandria - Historic District and experience more. Get lost among the celebrated homes of Old Town. Dazzle your senses with the sights and sounds of the Nation's Capital. Then relax at our hotel with extensive services and amenities to alleviate your travel stress and help you make the most of your trip. Take advantage of our convenient Alexandria location close to Washington, DC. Enjoy free shuttle service from Ronald Reagan National Airport and King Street to our hotel. Stretch your budget with free breakfast, free parking, free internet access and an on-site 24-hour business center. Dine on-site at two delicious restaurants, Bistro On First or Café Monaco.

Group Rates:  $169 plus 11.5% plus $1 per night

Please identify you are part of the IDGA group to ensure the special rate. Rate is available three days pre- and post-event, based on availability. Please make your reservation before April 1, 2013 in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate, based on availability.

Reservations Telephone: 877-504-0047

The conference agenda is available as PDF under downloads.


  • General John Kelly, Commanding General, US SOUTHCOM
  • Ambassador Luis CdeBaca, Director, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Department of State
  • A.T. Smith, Deputy Director, US Secret Service
  • Kevin O'Keefe, Chief, Criminal Intel Division , ATF
  • Alan Bersin, Assistant Secretary for International Affairs and Chief Diplomatic Officer, US Customs and Border
  • Russell Travers, Senior Executive, National Intelligence Council, ODNI
  • John Morton (tentative), Director, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • Robert Cardillo invited, Deputy Director, Intelligence Integration, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  • James Trusty (tentative), Acting Chief, Organized Crime and Gang Section, Department of Justice
  • Bob Paulson, Executive Committee, INTERPOL
  • Richard Marianos, Special Agent in Charge, Washington Field Division, ATF
  • LTC Fernando Lopez, General Consulate, Police Attache, Colombian Embassy
  • Debra LaPrevotte, Supervisory Special Agent, Washington Field Office, FBI
  • James Shircliffe, Manager, Counterintelligence Division, FBI
  • Captain (Ret.) Ted Venable, Program Manager, CNT/UAS, SOUTHCOM
  • Claude Moniquet, CEO, European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center
  • Chairman - CTOC Hampton Dowling, Senior Executive Director, Illicit Trafficking, SABRE Systems
  • Mathieu DeFlem Phd, Professor, Consultant, EUROPOL
  • Mark Galeotti, Academic Chair, Center for Global Affairs, New York University


Event details

22 April, 2013
24 April, 2013
Holiday Inn
United States


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