Why Attend?

  • Review the effect of BREXIT on the UK Border Force
  • Analyse the future of the Schengen Agreement
  • Understand the amendments to UK immigration laws and policies
  • Discuss the latest API/PNR systems being adopted across Europe
  • Develop an understanding of EU policies regarding the large number of migrants entering Europe
  • Network with leading border security officials from the UK and across EMEA
31st
May
2017

Border Management & Technologies Summit 2017

London, United Kingdom
31st May 2017 - 2nd June 2017

Superintendent Antonio Vulas

Antonio Vulas, Police Advisor, Head of Illegal Migration Sevice, Police Administration Split-Dalmatia, Ministry of Interior-Republic of Croatia. Graduated the Law Faculty in the University of Split, Croatia, in 1998, as a Master of Law, LL.M. In the Police Force of the Republic of Croatia since 1990, on various positions from a Reserve Police Officer to a Commander of a Police Station. Between 2005-2007 completed DCAF Course for the Regional Border Commanders in. Co-author of the Working Strategy and the Anti-terrorist Concept of the Maritime Police of the Republic of Croatia. Participated in many international activities and training activities of the Croatian Border Police. In the Border Police since 2005. During migration crisis participated in the operations of the camp Opatovac, Croatia, and the Rapid Border Intervention Poseidon 2016 in Greece. Member of an expert group in charged for development of the European Course for Frontex fundamental rights trainers.