Nominations are now OPEN to join techUK's Digital Justice Working Group
in January 2021 techUK established a ‘Digital Justice Working Group’. The working group currently consists of 31 techUK members, across 3 subgroups, with commitment from public sector representatives across the Ministry of Justice, HM Prisons and Probation Service, HM Courts and Tribunals Service, Crown Prosecution Service and academia.
It was written into the terms of reference that for the first year, every 6 months, a working group membership review would take place allowing the wider techUK membership to put themselves forward for a position on the working group. If you would like to put yourself or a colleague forward to join the working group, please complete this nominiation form.
Deadline for submission to [email protected] is midday, 6th September 2021.
Information on the working group and its subgroups can be found via the nomination form. If you would like to access the terms of reference, this can be done so via the group page. If you are unsure how to join and locate documents via the group page, please contact [email protected]
This is for techUK members only. If you aren't a member of techUK and are interested in the Digtial Justice work, please reach out to Georgie or Charlie using the details below.
Georgie joined techUK as the Justice and Emergency Services Programme Manager in March 2020.
Georgie is dedicated to representing suppliers by creating a voice for those who are selling into blue lights and the justice system, but also by helping them in navigating this market. Georgie is committed to creating a platform for collaboration, from engaging with industry and stakeholders to understand the latest innovations, to the role tech can play in responding to a range of issues our justice and emergency services are facing
Prior to joining techUK, Georgie managed 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.