Opportunity: Home Office National Policing Capabilities Unit - Threats and Opportunities of AI for Policing
The Policing Minister is keen to engage with industry and academia via techUK after this initial scoping exercise in early Autumn through both roundtables and visits.
NPCU is leading work within the Home Office Public Safety Group on how the Government should respond to the threat/opportunity of AI as it affects policing and wider law enforcement. This includes looking at legislation and regulations, guidelines for using AI tooling as well as funding for the development, testing and rollout of AI-enabled tooling. This work complements work going on within policing, led by the Policing Chief Scientific Advisor, including an initial roundtable on the 24th August.
If you are interested in getting involved in this area of work: Please complete this form.
You should submit your response by COP 14th September 2023. Please be mindful of the maximum word count for each question. Whilst we appreciate you will have lots to share, at this stage the NPCU are after top level responses with opportunities to discuss the finer details further down the line.
Any questions, please reach out to the team using the details below
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.
Katherine joined techUK in May 2018 and currently leads the Data Analytics, AI and Digital ID programme.
Prior to techUK, Katherine worked as a Policy Advisor at the Government Digital Service (GDS) supporting the digital transformation of UK Government.
Whilst working at the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) Katherine led AMRC’s policy work on patient data, consent and opt-out.
Katherine has a BSc degree in Biology from the University of Nottingham.
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