Following on from the success of our Policing and Justice conferences in April 2011 and February 2012, Government Knowledge are proud to present our third conference in this series focussing on the significant changes being made in the policing and justice arenas.
With the Police and Social Responsibility Bill reaching royal assent in September 2011, this November will see the first ever election of Police and Crime Commissioners. This timely conference will provide delegates with an opportunity to come together to assess the new policing and justice landscape following on from the election of the Commissioners and what the future holds for local law enforcement agencies.
This conference will also focus on the ever changing environment in which we are operating, with budgets being tightened, this conference will provide attendees with some key examples of cost savings measures both on the frontline and in back office functions, without adversely affecting crime levels.
Key topics to be discussed at this conference include:
- Police and Crime Commissioners – An Early Assessment
- The transition to the new National Crime Agency
- Accountability in policing
- Joining up police and probation through technology
- The future of Legal Aid
- Increasing the use of technology in policing and probation services
- The future of youth justice
This timely and important conference is a must attend for all those stakeholders working within and alongside the policing, law and justice arenas across the country. With expert speakers, excellent practical workshops and first rate networking opportunities, this conference is really one not to be missed. We look forward to welcoming you.
This event will provide delegates with the opportunity to debate and discuss the key issues in the policing and justice arenas. With key speakers, high level policy makers & drivers and important stakeholders present, this event is one not to be missed.
Explore current and future key police reform policy
Discuss challenges to policing and justice in times of fiscal restraint
Gain insight into future government policy priorities for policing and justice
Have the opportunity to question key high level figures on issues pertinent to them
Network with peers from across the policing and justice sector
Receive cross sector insight into this important issue
Who should Attend
This event will be attended by delegates from across the public, private and third sectors working within or alongside the police and justice systems across the country.
Types of delegates that will attend will include, senior police personnel, probation officers, criminal justice managers, offender managers, commissioning staff, learning and skills managers (offender learning), local authority Chief Executives, Policy Managers, crime reduction managers, youth justice managers, key back office professionals (CIO's, CTO's, Procurement and Estate Managers) and other senior professionals from across the public sector involved with policing and justice policy development and implementation.
Please contact us for further information on who should attend on 0845 647 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view an up-to-date Agenda here.
Andy Hayman CBE, QPM - Former Assistant Commissioner for Counter Terrorism, Metropolitan Police
Baroness Harris of Richmond - Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords
Frances Done - Chair, Youth Justice Board
Frances Crook - Director, Howard League for Penal Reform
Deborah Glass OBE - Deputy Chair, Independent Police Complaints Commission
David Hanson MP - Shadow Minister for Policing
Temp. Chief Constable Nick Gargan - Chief Executive, National Policing Improvement Agency
Sue Hall OBE - Chief Executive, West Yorkshire Probation Trust & Chair, Probation Chiefs Association
Find out more about the speaker here.
Book you place at http://www.govknow.com/event-booking?eventId=170.