Welcome to the Registration Site for the 16th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference scheduled for Sept. 25-27 in Oslo, Norway, cohosted by INTERPOL and the Norwegian Police Service in partnership with UL Standards and Engagement. The theme for 2023 is “Pathways to Solutions,” and while maintaining its historical legacy, delegates can expect something different this year.


This IP law enforcement event is like no other and traditionally attracts 500 delegates from 100 countries representing 200+ cross-sector organizations. We are looking for leaders and speakers who are subject matter experts and can cover topic areas related to IP crime, illicit trade, and brand protection. For 2023, we will deliver three operational tracks and related sub-topic areas focused on Applied Research & Technology, Leadership & Diversity (Women in IP Leadership) and Environmental Impact.

Our annual Conference has an excellent reputation for delivering unsurpassed networking opportunities, offering capacity-building options, operational best practices, and an exceptional delegate experience. In collaboration with stakeholders and partners, the Organizing Committee is excited to launch a reimagined September event centered on staying relevant in an ever-changing world. Sessions will focus on keeping pace with current trends and ahead of emerging risks associated with transnational organized IP crime and illicit trade.


New Design


The Conference will reposition itself as a law enforcement innovation catalyst to deliver something different that creates value for all stakeholders and participants. Planning activities and deliverables will focus on solving problems, overcoming challenges, and capitalizing on opportunities leading to impactful, practical and cost-effective solutions designed to advance public safety and help address IP crime and illicit trade more intelligently.


Enhanced Networking Opportunities


We are offering enhanced networking opportunities, focused panel sessions, and interactive exhibiting opportunities. We are launching two-day breakout training sessions focused on specialized subjects, facilitated by experienced trainers, and supported by subject matter experts. We are also expanding our organizational and speaker pool and capturing Conference insights, best practices, and other pertinent information.


Pre-Conference Webinars


Additionally, we are providing pre-conference webinars and podcasts leading up to the event to provide additional value to attendees and support on-site operational deliverables. By strengthening the networking environment at and around the event, we intend to foster conversations within and among cross-sector stakeholders where attendees can collaboratively discuss investigations, enforcement activities, initiatives, and ideas to rethink international cooperation and related collaborative mechanisms.


We hope to see you in Norway in September.

The 2023 Organizing Committee