The Safe Cities Conference will provide a platform of discussion for professionals and specialists involved with the safety and security of the cities within which we live. The Conference will include workshops, presentations and forums to share experiences and the challenges of designing, planning and maintaining safe places to live.


You are invited to submit an abstract to present at the Conference being held at Pullman Melbourne on the Park, VIC on the 22 – 23 August 2016.


Presenters at this year’s meeting have access to the following;


30 minute presentation: All invited authors will have the opportunity to present a 30 minute oral presentation which includes interactive discussion with the audience.


Papers Published: All accepted presenters will have the opportunity to have their full paper published in the International Book of Conference Proceedings with an ISBN number. Published papers provide an ongoing public and academic resource internationally online. Peer reviewing is also available.


Blog Story: Authors are invited to submit a case study or story for inclusion on the Safe Cities Conference Blog. The Blog is promoted internationally via our large social media network. All link-backs can be to the author.


Podcasts: All presentations are recorded as podcasts and released after the conference. This provides ongoing research and discussion. Attendees have access to the resource post conference.


Certificates: Presenters will be issued a Certificate of Acknowledgement which includes your full name, organisation and the title of your conference presentation.


Submissions to present will be accepted until Monday 23 May 2016 via the conference website,


Kind regards




Zara Klemick

Conference Secretariat

Safe Cities Conference

22 – 23 August 2016 | Pullman Melbourne on the Park Host by the Association for Sustainability in Business

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