This is a hybrid event. You can select to either attend in-person or dial in.

Home Office Police and Public Protection Technology (PPPT) is an organisation of over a 1000 dedicated professionals who are primarily responsible for the design, build and deployment of national law enforcement systems, ensuring that they are highly effective, efficient systems which leverage modern digital technologies and provide world-class law enforcement capabilities. PPPT is structured into a number of large-scale delivery portfolios, such as Child Abuse Image Database (CAID), National ANPR Service (NAS) and the National Law Enforcement Data Programme (NLEDP). PPPT is also responsible for the running and sustainment of critical national infrastructure such as the Police National Computer (PNC); as well as a myriad of other existing national policing systems.

This will be the Justice and Emergency Services Programme’s first hybrid event of the year. You will hear direct from Mike Hill, Director for PPPT who is responsible for the delivery of national ICT capabilities to policing and other law enforcement bodies. These capabilities leverage digital technologies, platforms and techniques in order to deliver a profound impact for their customers and their ability to protect our communities.

Refreshments will be available with opportunities for networking. There are only 40 in-person tickets available with the rest online bookings so make sure to book your in-person ticket ASAP. If you book an in-person ticket and are then unable to attend, please make sure you cancel your booking to make space for someone else.

COVID-19 measures will be in place. For more information, please reach out to the techUK team.

Georgina Henley

Georgina Henley

Programme Manager, Justice and Emergency Services, techUK

Charlie Wyatt

Programme Assistant, techUK

Georgina Maratheftis

Georgina Maratheftis

Programme Head, Local Public Services, techUK