Nominations OPEN for techUK's Justice & Emergency Services Management Committee

Members can nominate themselves or colleagues to sit on the body that steers techUK's work in the blue lights, law enforcement, Home Office, and justice markets.

techUK has opened nominations for 12 members to join techUK's Justice & Emergency Services Management Committee for a tenure of two years (March 2018 - February 2020). The Management Committee aims to lead debate on new technologies, optimise use of existing capabilities and provide a forum for law enforcement to engage with industry. This includes close working with the public sector to help them act as an intelligent client when procuring technology.

The primary role of the Committee is to represent the tech sector at a high level to Government, and sets the strategic direction of techUK's Justice & Emergency Services programme, contributing to forward planning and ensuring the programme accurately reflects members’ priorities.

We are also electing the positions of Chair and Vice-Chair of the Committee. And three of the seats on the Committee are reserved for Small and Medium sized Enterprise (SME) representatives. Please consult the attached Terms of Reference for the definition of an SME that we will adopt. You may nominate yourself for both Chair and Vice-Chair positions. If so, you will also nominate yourself for membership of the committee automatically.

To nominate yourself or a colleague, simply read through the Terms of Reference (ToR) and complete the form (please see below for both), and return it to Henry Rex by 17:30 on Friday 26 January 2018.

Once the nominations cycle is completed, elections for Committee places will open.

If you are interested in nominating yourself and have any questions about the Justice & Emergency Services Committee, please don't hesitate to contact Henry Rex (henry.rex@techuk.org, 020 7331 2017).

Please note, members must be able to commit to attending and actively participating in the Committee's activities as set out in the ToR.

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