The Indianapolis Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the
American Council on Germany
cordially invite you to a
Luncheon and Discussion with
Federal Criminal Police Office Senior Liaison Officer
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Washington DC
“International Police Cooperation between the U.S. and Germany
Tasks, Goals and Challenges”
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Capital Conference Center
201 West Illinois Street #200
Indianapolis, IN 46204
The event is free of charge. Reservation is required.
RSVP to Tracy A. Brandenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317.383.4157 by March 18, 2015.
Christian Simon joined the Criminal Police in Berlin 1983 as an investigator in the fields of property crime, gang crime, and offenses committed by civil servants. Later at the Central CID, he investigated credit card fraud and right-wing extremism and was a member of the negotiation group. 1990 he was involved in merging the police forces of West and East Berlin. After entering the police chief’s level in 1995, he joined the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) and served as the deputy chief of the property crimes unit, where he (in cooperation with Europol and Interpol) was project manager for the first Europe-wide operational project against trafficking in stolen vehicles. From 2008 on, he was in charge of the worldwide BKA Liaison Officers System until in July 2011 he moved to Washington, DC as the Senior Police Liaison Officer to the U.S. and Canada. In 2009 he seconded part-time to the German Foreign Office as a counsellor of international police missions.