Driving impact in Justice and Public Safety: From one committee to the next
Ahead of the Justice and Emergency Services Management Committee (JESMC) re-election, the current committee share their recommendations, reflections and key takeaways from the last two years and their thoughts on ‘where next’ for the 2024-2026 JESMC.
The current committee, consisting of 18 techUK members, meet monthly with the Head of JES and the JES Programme Manager to support in driving the strategic direction of the programme. When the group was first elected, a set of priorities and themes were established based on what the group believed they could collectively work together and with partners to drive change. Each member of the committee has shared the following content on each of the themes to help bring you up to speed with progress made, challenges faced and where next for the new committee.
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At the centre of these themes - the role of digital, technology in supporting and enhancing critical public safety and Justice services. How can industry work more effectively and collaboratively with partners to help drive the change needed in these 6 areas.
Cinzia joined techUK in August 2023 as the Justice and Emergency Services (JES) Programme Manager.
The JES programme represents suppliers, championing their interests in the blue light and criminal justice markets, whether they are established entities or newcomers seeking to establish their presence.
Prior to join techUK, Cinzia held positions within the third and public sectors, managing international and multi-disciplinary projects and funding initiatives. Cinzia has a double MA degree in European Studies from the University of Göttingen (Germany) and the University of Udine (Italy), with a focus on politics and international relations.
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Georgie joined techUK as the Justice and Emergency Services (JES) Programme Manager in March 2020, then becoming Head of Programme in January 2022.
Georgie leads techUK's engagement and activity across our blue light and criminal justice services, engaging with industry and stakeholders to unlock innovation, problem solve, future gaze and highlight the vital role technology plays in the delivery of critical public safety and justice services. The JES programme represents suppliers by creating a voice for those who are selling or looking to break into and navigate the blue light and criminal justice markets.
Prior to joining techUK, Georgie spent 4 and a half years managing a Business Crime Reduction Partnership (BCRP) in Westminster. She worked closely with the Metropolitan Police and London borough councils to prevent and reduce the impact of crime on the business community. Her work ranged from the impact of low-level street crime and anti-social behaviour on the borough, to critical incidents and violent crime.