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Cityforum Police Technology Round Table supported by the NPTC and Police ICT Company

‘The digital pathways towards quality policing and joined up justice – preparing for the tidal wave of technological change’

This important, timely round table has been convened with the support of Mr Stephen Webb, Director Law Enforcement Programmes Home Office, Mr Neil Roberts Chair National Police Technology Council (NPTC), Mr Robert Leach Interim CEO Police ICT Company (PICTO) and colleagues, to examine stakeholder preparedness and what is now required if the police and their partners are to realise the benefits and opportunities offered by the tidal wave of technological change that is to be rolled out across policing and criminal justice. A huge amount of work remains to be done and private sector skills and expertise will be vital to success.

The Round Table will be structured with short speeches followed by extended panel discussion with the whole day being held under the Chatham House Rule. No press will be present. It provides a significant opportunity for blue light officers and staff, together with their partners across criminal justice to come together with senior officials, academics and private sectors experts in technology and transformational change for a constructive, candid debate in a safe space around mitigating risks and identifying the gaps and agreeing the best way forward.

Key themes include:

  • A post-election update on the major National Law Enforcement Programmes – progress, priorities, pace & realising the opportunity
  • The perspective of PCCs – emphasising local priorities in the national interest – the pre-requisites
  • National Law Enforcement programmes and their impact across the country – timescales, cost, capabilities, skills, take up – what is now required? Are police forces ready?
  • Data Analytics – transformation, collaboration and co-operation – do we fully understand the requirement? Are we approaching it in the right way?
  • What needs to happen? Who should be responsible for ensuring progress is made?

Please see the agenda below for full details.

Agenda

For further information please read the agenda here:  AGENDA – Police Technology – as at 23.06.17

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Speakers

DCC Richard Berry

Mr Ian Bell

Ms Katy Bourne

ACO Amanda Cooper

Mr David Darch

Mr Andrew Dowd

Mr Matthew Ellis

Mr Robert Fisher

Mr Mark Gray

Mr Robert Hadley

Professor David Hand

Mr Erik Helms

Ms Helen James

Ms Sheena Jowett

Mr Peter Langmead-Jones

Mr Robert Leach

Mr Stephen Lewis

DCC Richard Morris

Mr Colm O'Neil

Mr Wayne Parkes

DCC Louisa Rolfe

Ms Sarah Rose

Mr Nigel Smith

Mr John Stokoe

Mr Martin Surl

Mr Steve Thompson

Mr Richard Thwaite

Mr Stephen Webb

Mr Paul Whittaker

Registration

Eventbrite - Police Technology Summit - enabling the digital justice system

Thursday 29th June 2017

2017-06-29 09:00:00 2017-01-29 17:00:00 Europe/London Cityforum Police Technology Round Table supported by the NPTC and Police ICT Company ‘The digital pathways towards quality policing and joined up justice – preparing for the tidal wave of technological change’ This important, timely round table has been convened with the support of Mr Stephen Webb, Director Law Enforcement Programmes Home Office, Mr Neil Roberts Chair National Police Technology Council (NPTC), Mr Robert Leach Interim CEO Police ICT Company (PICTO) and colleagues, to examine stakeholder preparedness and what is now required if the police and their partners are to realise the benefits and opportunities offered by the tidal wave of technological change that is to be rolled out across policing and criminal justice. A huge amount of work remains to be done and private sector skills and expertise will be vital to success. The Round Table will be structured with short speeches followed by extended panel discussion with the whole day being held under the Chatham House Rule. No press will be present. It provides a significant opportunity for blue light officers and staff, together with their partners across criminal justice to come together with senior officials, academics and private sectors experts in technology and transformational change for a constructive, candid debate in a safe space around mitigating risks and identifying the gaps and agreeing the best way forward. Key themes include: A post-election update on the major National Law Enforcement Programmes – progress, priorities, pace & realising the opportunity The perspective of PCCs – emphasising local priorities in the national interest – the pre-requisites National Law Enforcement programmes and their impact across the country – timescales, cost, capabilities, skills, take up – what is now required? Are police forces ready? Data Analytics – transformation, collaboration and co-operation – do we fully understand the requirement? Are we approaching it in the right way? What needs to happen? Who should be responsible for ensuring progress is made? Please see the agenda below for full details. BT Centre, Newgate Street, London, United Kingdom

BT Centre, Newgate Street, London, United Kingdom

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Police, Local and Central Government Officials, Criminal Justice Practitioners, and Private Sector organisations seeking to work alongside and partner with the Police.

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