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Policing the Nation – meeting the digital and societal challenges

Taking place at the BT Tower, 45 Maple Street, London W1T 4JZ, the fourth in our series of People in Policing Round Tables, Policing the Nation – meeting the digital and societal challenges will revisit the Peel principles in a digital environment and will look in some detail at the implications of the next Comprehensive Spending Review. Confirmed to participate are: Ms Cressida Dick Commissioner Metropolitan Police, Ms Sara Thornton Chair National Police Chiefs’ Council, Ms Lynne Owens Director General National Crime Agency.

Speakers

Ms Stephanie Aiken

Deputy Director of Nursing at the Royal College of Nursing (RCN)

Mr Jamie Bartlett

Author

Ms Amanda Cooper

Chief Information Officer, Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police

Ms Cressida Dick

Commissioner, Metropolitan Police

Ms Janet Hills

Metropolitan Black Police Association

Mr Roger Hirst

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Essex Police

Mr Matt Jukes

Chief Constable of South Wales Police

Mr William Keegan

Senior Economics Commentator, The Observer

Ms Rebecca Lawrence

Chief Executive, Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC)

Ms Karyn McCluskey

Chief Executive, Community Justice Scotland

Dr Karen Mellowdew

Demand & Resilience Lead for the Spending Review, Lincolnshire Police

Sir Denis O'Connor

Radzinowicz Fellow at Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge

Mr Stephen Otter

Senior Associate Cityforum and former Inspector of Constabulary

Ms Lynne Owens

Director General, National Crime Agency

Professor Charles Raab

Co-Chair, Independent Digital Ethics Panel for Policing (IDEPP)

Mr Noel Sharkey

Professor of Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, University of Sheffield

Ms Kriti Sharma

Vice President of AI, Sage

Ms Sara Thornton

Chair National Police Chiefs' Council

Mr Robert Vassoyan

Senior Executive Vice-President ATOS

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Tuesday 5th February 2019

2019-02-05 09:00:00 2019-02-05 17:00:00 Europe/London Policing the Nation – meeting the digital and societal challenges Taking place at the BT Tower, 45 Maple Street, London W1T 4JZ, the fourth in our series of People in Policing Round Tables, Policing the Nation – meeting the digital and societal challenges will revisit the Peel principles in a digital environment and will look in some detail at the implications of the next Comprehensive Spending Review. Confirmed to participate are: Ms Cressida Dick Commissioner Metropolitan Police, Ms Sara Thornton Chair National Police Chiefs’ Council, Ms Lynne Owens Director General National Crime Agency. 45 Maple Street, London, UK

45 Maple Street, London, UK

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Police Officers, PCC's, officials from relevant government departments and agencies, academics and private sector companies wishing to partner with the police.

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