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Crime Speakers

Here you will find keynote speakers, who all are able to talk about Crime. Click on the individual keynote speakers and read more about them and their keynotes.

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Speakers about crime (6)

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Marius Løken

Motivational and mental health speaker, sharing his knowlegde and experince after being a victim of a true crime.

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Marius Løken is passionate about mental health and motivation. He has written a book about the Halloween murder and generously shares his experiences going from a broken body and mind to a life reflecting peace and...

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Ulrich Larsen

Former mole in North Korea

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Ulrich had never expected or hoped that he would become a famous face worldwide, but with the Mole - Undercover in North Korea, it became the back of the medal he would have preferred to have been...

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LeRon L. Barton

Creating conversation around taboo topics

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Speaker LeRon L. Barton is a writer and keynote speaker who is an essayist whose topics cover racism, mass incarceration, politics, gender, and dating. He optimizes organizations through the enlightenment of conversations around many taboo topics...

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Dr. Kathryn Weston

Founder of Keystone Aspire, researcher and sought after authority in the areas of education, parenting and family life

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Dr Kathryn Weston is one of the country's leading experts on parenting, parental engagement, evidence-based approaches in education and the home-school partnership. She is the co-author of two books on parental engagement and a sought after keynote...

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J. Paul Nadeau

Motivational speaker on business negotiations, conflict resolution and increasing employee loyalty

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Keynote speaker J. Paul Nadeau’s experiences as a former hostage negotiator, SVU detective and international peacekeeper have resulted in voting him as one of the most interesting people in North America. He’s worked as Oprah Winfrey’s...

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Bennett Arron

After being a victim of identity theft, the comedian has made comedy shows and documentaries about his experience

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Keynote Speaker Bennett Arron was the victim of identity theft. Today the experience has resulted in an acclaimed comedy show, several documentaries, and praise for his funny, honest and hard-hitting keynotes on identity theft and fraud. Amongst...

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About Crime

  • A crime is an act that breaks the law and thus is punishable. The study of crimes can reveal their underlying causes, which is key to crime prevention.
  • Crime rates are often used as indicators of how a society is functioning, and whether its government and institutions are effective, as the crime rate of a developing nation will typically be higher than that of a fully industrialized nation.
  • Keynotes on the topic of crime can be based on statistical studies of crime and how crime impacts countries and societies. They can also focus on a specific type of crime and the reason why it occurs, or what measures can be taken to prevent crime.
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