- 09:30 - 17:00
Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary recently reported that the ‘sea change’ required in the use of technology in UK policing has not been delivered and that many forces have failed to keep up with technological developments.
Hear the latest evidence on the state of ICT in UK policing and join discussions on the challenges ahead, policy initiatives and examples of best practice in relation to mobile technologies and ESN. This conference will bring together senior police practitioners, policymakers and academic researchers.
Mobile information systems and ESN
UK police leaders are embarking on the most ambitious and advanced programmes in the world for public sector mobile technology moving to a nationwide broadband network.
- What is the condition of our existing infrastructure?
- Where do we expect transformational change?
- What influence have mobile technologies had on policing practice?
- How can we measure and realise the benefits?
- Can we share expertise and excellence?
- Stephen Webb, Law Enforcement Programmes, The Home Office
- Martin Wyke, Chief Execeutive, The Police ITC Company
- Richard Morris, Operational Communications in Policing for the National Police Chief's Council
Who should attend
- Officers leading the development of technology solutions
- Officers leading the delivery of ICT in forces
- Officers interested in the future of technological capability in policing
- Specialist ICT companies supporting police companies
- National police agencies and bodies including Police & Crime Commissioners
A detailed itinerary will be sent to all registered delegates prior to the event.
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