Police ICT Summit 2017
18/01/2017 - 19/01/2017
We are delighted to to say that our second Police ICT Summit, which this year was hosted jointly by The Police ICT Company and the National Police Technology Council, was a great success.
It brought together senior stakeholders from Policing, the Home Office and other policing bodies, as well as key partners from industry – present and future – to look at what we are doing, together, to deliver transformational reform.
We and other participants tweeted up a storm during the two days – if you’d like to look back at some of the key tweets, you can do so on our Storify page.
This is a video summary of the two days. If you’d like to see other videos from the Summit, you can find them on our YouTube playlist.
There has also been a wide media coverage of the Summit.
Police Professional talked to our CEO Martin Wyke, NPTC Chair Neil Roberts and PCC Katy Bourne in December, followed by an interview with Commissioner Dyson earlier in January. Post-Summit, they produced a supplement providing extensive coverage of the Summit, which discusses the event’s most influential speeches in greater detail. All articles available only with a paid subscription.
Policing Insight kicked off their coverage with an article about our digital future, and at the event itself, they live-blogged day one and day two. After the Summit, they summed up with a summary of the challenges faced by The Police ICT Company and a few thoughts on the Summit itself. Note that all but the last article require a paid subscription to the Policing Insight website.
The APCC mentioned the event in its Red Box Briefing:
“This two-day summit was hosted jointly by the NPTC (National Police Technology Council) and the Police ICT Company. It was attended by over 300 attendees from across the policing family including government and the HMIC. Katy Bourne, PCC for Sussex, said that it was “extremely encouraging to meet delegates representing a wide section of the policing and security sectors and to hear their positive contributions”. Meanwhile, Martin Wyke of the Police ICT Company, stated that it was great to see stakeholders from policing, government and industry “joined-up in wanting to deliver transformational reform together”.
Finally, Emergency Services Times lauded the success of the Summit. Read the EST article for a summary of the two days, a list of highlighted speakers and to find out what our CEO Martin Wyke found most exciting about the event.
Enabling Programmes Director, National Police Chiefs’ Council
Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex
City of London Police
Director for Crime, Policing and Fire Group IT, Home Office
Programme Manager, Cumbria Constabulary
Chief Constable, Essex Police and Chair, NPCC Digital Policing Board
Managing Editor, Police Professional
Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire
CEO, Surrey and Sussex Police and Chair, NPTC
Chair, National Police Chiefs’ Council
Managing Partner, Chaucer Consulting
Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire
Director, Law Enforcement Programmes, Home Office
Chief Digital, Data and Technology Officer at the Home Office
Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary
CEO, The Police ICT Company
Exhibiting & Sponsorship
These companies joined us to talk about bringing to life the policing vision 2025: