2020 Police ICT Summit: Delivering change at pace in a digitally disrupted age
21/01/2020 - 22/01/2020
Registration is now open for the 2020 Police ICT Summit: Delivering change at pace in a digitally disrupted age, which will be held at the Midland Hotel, Manchester on 21-22 January 2020.
This year’s event is underpinned by the National Policing Digital Strategy: Digital, Data and Technology Strategy 2020-2030. Building on the Policing Vision 2025, the national strategy places digital transformation at the heart of our ambitions for the police service, supported by changes to data, technology and, most importantly, the development of the people who lead, manage and use it.
Delegates will have the opportunity to talk with senior leaders about how the Strategy is supporting policing and suppliers and how it will do so in the future.
The programme for the event is built around the challenges and opportunities that digital disruption presents to policing, which are rapidly becoming defining issues for the service. The varied agenda features senior national stakeholders in policing, law enforcement, government and academia and includes:
Stephen Mold, Northamptonshire Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner and Chair, Police ICT Company
Professor Mark Thompson, University of Exeter
Commissioner Ian Dyson, City of London Police
Oliver Buckley, Executive Director, Centre for Data Ethics & Innovation
Katy Bourne, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner and Chair, Association of Police & Crime Commissioners
Joanna Davinson, Chief Digital, Data & Technology Officer, Home Office
We are pleased to confirm our Principal, Dinner, Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsors:
All packages have now been filled, but a limited number of opportunities remain. To discuss these, please contact CJS
To register click here.
Please note – if you have previously ‘registered your interest’ in attending the event, you are not guaranteed a space and must ensure you place a firm booking using the above link.