Welcome to techUK's Digital Justice Week 2022
Coinciding with the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ’s) Innovation Month, techUK ran for the second year, its #DigitalJusticeWeek2022, occurring between Monday 14 November – Friday 18 November 2022.
The vision for the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is to deliver a world-class justice system that works for everyone in society. With the release of the MoJ Digital Strategy 2025, there is a vision for service delivery and the user experience of justice to be simpler, faster and better. (report: Digitising Justice: Putting data at the centre).
Digital Justice Week 2022 covered topics from; the use of data and digital to support prison leavers and probation services, how to drive interoperability and the importance of building a culture where tech and innovation can flourish to, what it means to move towards a better connected justice system and, what are some of the new technologies shaping the justice system of tomorrow.
Below you can read the blogs that were published each day. Share your thoughts and views on how tech can transform criminal justice services by using the hashtag #DigitalJustice2022 on twitter and LinkedIn.
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.
Robert joined techUK in October 2022, where he is now Programme Manager for Health and Social Care.
Robert previously worked at the Pension Protection Fund, within the policy and public affairs team. Prior to this, he worked at the Scottish Parliament, advising politicians and industry stakeholders on a wide range of issues, including rural crime and health policies.
Robert has a degree in Politics and International Relations (MA Hons) from the University of Aberdeen, with a particular focus on strategic studies and energy security. Outside of work he enjoys activities such as running, rugby, boxing and cooking!
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