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Sep 29, 2021

AGM & Friends' Dinner 2021

Title of the Talk: The ‘Italian Barber’, Danilo Restivo
 
Notorious for secretly cutting women’s hair on buses and in cinemas, Danilo Restivo was jailed for the 2002 murder of Heather Barnett. Breakthroughs in DNA evidence linked Restivo to a murder in Italy nine years previously.

Special Guest Speaker: Ian Kelcey

Ian Kelcey was admitted as a solicitor in 1980. He has specialised in Criminal Defence practice since 1990. He is the Senior Partner at Kelcey and Hall who have offices in Bristol and London. Ian was President of Bristol Law Society in 2001 and Chairman of the Criminal Law Solicitors Association from 2002 to 2004.   Ian has been a Council member of the Law Society since 2004 and he was Chairman of the Law Society Criminal Law Committee between 2007 and 2011.  He was again appointed Joint Chair of the Committee in 2017.  Ian has defended in many high profile cases including the Defence of Danilo Restivo, Vincent Tabak (Joanna Yeates murder) and Christopher Hampton (Melanie Road Murder)

 

Dress Code: Black Tie Formal


Agenda

5.30 pm — Annual General Meeting

6.00 pm — Guests arrive – drinks reception

7.00 pm — Guests proceed to Great Hall to dine

8.30 pm — Comfort break

8.40 pm — Guest Speaker’s presentation

8.55 pm — Q & A Chatham House Rules

10.00 pm — Carriages

Fees:

  • Non-members: £85.00
  • Members: £75.00
  • Students/Trainees: £40.00
£ 85.00
Nov 23, 2021

Lund Lecture 2021

Location: Apothecaries Hall

Keith ASMAN MBE

Head of Forensics and Digital Investigations,

Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTPSE)

Joined the Metropolitan Police Service in 1978 and spent his early career as a Detective on major crime investigations, proactive teams and Drug Squads in and around London.

In 1996 he moved to the Anti Terrorist Branch (now Counter Terrorism Command)  at New Scotland Yard, initially as an investigator, however two years later in 1998 moved to the Forensic Management Team (FMT). Over the following years he dealt with the forensic aspects of the UK side of the 9/11 attacks, body recovery for the United Nations War Crimes Investigations in Kosovo, the British Consulate bombing in Istanbul as well as a number of other significant Irish and International Terrorism investigations in the UK and overseas. In 2005 he took over the operational delivery of the CTC FMT delivering the forensic response to numerous investigations including the subway bombings of 7/7 and 21/7 , Litvinenko Russian spy poisoning, airline liquid explosives investigation and Glasgow airport bombing. He also delivered CT forensic training in the UK and overseas.  

In 2009 Keith retired following 31 years in the Metropolitan Police and took the role as Head of CTPSE Forensics and Digital Investigation Teams. Whilst in post he was responsible for the forensic response to the two Salisbury incidents in 2018 involving Sergei and Yulia Skripal followed by the incident leading to the unfortunate death of Dawn Sturgess.

Keith is the National Forensic lead for CT CBRN. During his service he has been commended on numerous occasions, and in 2015 was made a member of the British Empire (MBE)  

£ 25.00