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Justice and emergency services

The JES Programme represents the supplier community that operates in the public safety, criminal justice, and blue light markets. The Programme aims to create strong relationships between members and public sector customers by creating forums to encourage industry engagement, unlock innovation, explore emerging technology and interrogate challenges to digital transformation.

Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) and Rape and Serious Sexual Offences (RASSO) Tech Hub

Through our work with Government, Policing, and wider Criminal Justice System (CJS) agencies, techUK is showcasing key thought leaders in the space of tech's role in supporting the Justice system's work to tackle and prevent cases of VAWG and RASSO. This Centre highlights the latest developments and ideas within the VAWG and RASSO space, supporting policymakers and Policing leaders.

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Member-led Groups

Working Groups and Committees

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Justice and Emergency Services Management Committee

The Justice and Emergency Services (JES) Programme has over 300 members, who are represented by the JES Management Committee (JESMC), strategically leading the Programme to reflect the industry’s priorities. The JESMC is a collaboration of 28 elected members, and is lead by Charlotte Hails, Virgin Media O2 Business (Chair), Allan Fairley, AWFA (Co Vice-Chair) and Dan Boyd, Mastek (Co Vice-Chair).

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VAWG and RASSO Tech Working Group

The group is member-led and brings together techUK members, police, policymakers, academics and technical specialists to problem solve, voice their ideas, experiences and expertise about technology role in tackling Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) and Rape and Serious Sexual Offences (RASSO)

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Interoperability for Policing Working Group

The Interoperability for Policing Working Group is an industry led initiative, formed in 2018 by techUK, for industry and policing stakeholders to come together to accelerate interoperability of police IT systems. The group is led by Clare Elford, Clue Software (Chair), Robert Leach, R Leach Consulting (Co Vice-Chair), and Steve Norris, Salesforce (Co Vice-Chair).

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Digital Justice Working Group

The Digital Justice Working Group is a member-led group launched in 2020/2021 as a sounding board and central point of contact for public and private sector to understand challenges, risks and opportunities in driving digital transformation across the Criminal Justice System. The group is led by Anthony Darch, Methods (Chair).

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Security and Public Safety SME Forum

The Security and Public Safety SME Forum seeks to include a broad grouping of different SME companies working in the National Security and Justice & Emergency Services sectors.

 

 

Justice and Emergency Services Programme Activity

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Event Round Ups
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Event Round Up: Fire Innovation Forum Launch Event

 

techUK News and Views

 

Member Contributions
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Digitising Justice Campaign Week 2024

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Digitising Justice Impact Day 2023

 

 

Event Roundup – Justice Digital Leadership Team Briefing and Roundtable

On Tuesday 27 February the Justice and Emergency Services (JES) programme had the exciting opportunity to host a virtual briefing and roundtable discussion with the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).

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Meet the Justice and Emergency Services Management Committee 2024/2026

Bringing an exciting end to the year, techUK is delighted to announce the results of the Justice and Emergency Services Management Committee (JESMC) for the 2024/2026 tenure.

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VAWG and RASSO

VAWG and RASSO updates

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Digital Justice

Digital Justice updates

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Interoperability

Interoperability in Policing updates

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Fire and Rescue

Fire and rescue updates

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Digitising Justice for People

Here are the five reasons you should join the Justice and Emergency Services programme.

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