Programme actions

Digital technology provides both a huge opportunity and a significant challenge to the Justice and Emergency Services sector. It has fundamentally changed the way in which crimes are perpetrated but also offers a step change in the capabilities available to: tackle and prevent crime, respond to emergencies and operate an efficient and effective justice system.

techUK’s Justice and Emergency Services programme has been developed with members to address the new challenges facing the sector, make sure industry is engaged from the start as services become digitised and work or a stronger, more competitive market place. The Programme works to support its members and the wider JES stakeholder community through a series of events, workshops, reports and consultation papers. We work to help our members:

techUK's Justice and Emergency Services programme has been developed with members to help them:

Develop markets
Develop networks
Reduce business cost and risk.

Develop Networks

Develop Markets

Reduce Business Cost and Risk

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