Justice & Emergency Services Update

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    Fortnightly round-up of the news and opportunities from techUK’s Justice & Emergency Services programme.

Here is your fortnightly round-up of the news and opportunities from techUK’s Justice & Emergency Services programme.

There are still a few places left at techUK’s Annual Justice & Emergency Services Reception on 30 November at Eight Moorgate Members Club, sponsored by Yoti. The reception is an opportunity to meet fellow members of the supplier community, as well as senior stakeholders from the policing, Home Office, and MoJ. It is an informal occasion to celebrate our work over the past year and look forward to the year ahead.

We have a number of speakers joining us for the evening including Chief Constable Sara Thornton, Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council and Angus McCallum, Director, Digital Policing, Metropolitan Police Service. So book your place now!


News, Views and Opportunities

techUK Justice & Emergency Services Reception
30 November - Join techUK at our Annual Justice & Emergency Services Reception. It is a chance to network with other suppliers and stakeholders from policing, the Home Office and Ministry of Justice. Speakers include Sara Thornton of the NPCC and Angus McCallum of the Met. Sponsored by Yoti.
Book your place now.

Digital Policing Briefing with Chief Constable Mike Barton
14 February - Michael Barton, the Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary and the NPCC Chief Officer Lead for Crime Operations. He and his teama re coming to techUK to brief members on his mission to ensure British policing is in the vanguard of tackling crime on the internet, and his overall vision for tech in policing.
Book now.

Police ICT Summit 2018: Delivering the Future
Registration is now open for the third Police ICT Summit, which is again being hosted, jointly, by the Police ICT Company and the National Police Technology Council.
Find out more and book your place here.

Leadership, Culture & Governance Central to Improved Multi-Agency Working
Read the key insights and download the slides from techUK’s Breaking Down Barriers: Multi Agency Collaboration for Public Safety event that took place on 31 October.


More techUK News & Comment

Defence Winter Dinner
28 November - Join techUK and Vice Chief of the Defence Staff, General Sir Gordon Messenger KCB DSO OBE ADC at our Annual Winter Dinner. Book your place.

techUK sets out key asks ahead of Budget
techUK has published its asks ahead of the Budget on Wednesday, calling on Philip Hammond MP to make the structural changes needed to prepare the economy for the future before the oppertunity is lost to Brexit.

UK Security Expo: Cyber Security & Intelligence Zone
29 November - techUK is pleased to offer members the opportunity to take a stand on the Cyber Pavilion situated in the Cyber Security & Intelligence Zone at UK Security Expo.

Snacks & Sips: Govtech Networking Event
11 December - A Speed Networking Event Connecting SMEs and Large Companies Interested in the Public Sector Tech Market.
Sign up here.

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