Voting open for the JES Management Committee

Voting is now OPEN for the new Justice and Emergency Services Management Committee for the 2020/2021 tenure!

The nominations are in, and now is your chance to have a say in who will join the JES Management Committee (JESMC), and will ultimately shape and steer the JES Programme's activities and oversee its outputs for 2020 and 2021. 

Instructions for voting: 

You can access the Nominee Profiles below. Nominees have submitted their bios and a personal statement covering what they could bring to the JESMC for your consideration. 

To vote, click this link and complete the survey. 

If you have any questions, please contact Jess Russell (jessica.russell@techuk.org).

Please note, voting will close on 29 November.

About the JES Programme and Management Committee:

The Justice and Emergency Services (JES) programme exists to champion the role that tech can play in supporting the delivery of critical public safety and criminal justice services, and ultimately to delivering improved citizen safety outcomes. 

The role of the JES Management Committee (JESMC) is to steer the strategic direction of the programme, with oversight of the activities undertaken, including building a vibrant public safety sector ecosystem through partnerships and networks, creating opportunities for open, meaningful and early private/public sector engagement and creating thought leadership to contribute to a more informed and collaborative sector.

The new tenure for the JESMC will start in January 2020 and will finish in December 2021.

There are 12 spaces on the JESMC, with one Chair and one Vice Chair position available for nomination and election.

Four spaces are reserved for Small to Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) representatives.

  • Jessica Russell

    Jessica Russell

    Programme Manager | Justice and Emergency Services
    T 020 7331 2031
JES MC Nominee Profiles for 2020.2021 Final (pdf)

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