POLICE DIGITAL SUMMIT

Maximising
the digital opportunity

2nd - 4th February 2021
Microsoft Teams
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Focusing on good practice from within policing across the strategy's five key ambitions

The Police Digital Summit 2021, delivered in partnership between the Police ICT Company and the National Police Technology Council, is maximising the opportunities of digital with this three-day virtual event.

The National Policing Digital Strategy, launched in January 2020, emphasised that the pace of change has never been this fast, yet it will never be this slow again. Never more so than during the worldwide events of 2020 has technology been relied upon so heavily to help us adapt and revolutionise the way in which we interact, plan and deliver our services and enable workforces and the public to stay connected.

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Seamless Citizen Experience
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Addressing Harm
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Enabling Officers & Staff Through Digital
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Embedding a Whole Public System Approach
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Empowering the Private Sector
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Please find details of the agenda and speakers below. We are regularly adding more details and confirming speakers so please check back for updates. Of course with operational policing all agenda items are subject to change at short notice if necessary.

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Digital

Tuesday 2nd February

New technologies and technical skills shortages have put our service under pressure. However, new technologies that already exist or can be developed also present our service with opportunities to modernise, become more efficient and better equip and enable our officers.

09:30
Summit Opening: Chair, Police ICT Company
Stephen Mold
09:45
Spending Review: Paddy Tipping, Nottinghamshire Police & Crime Commissioner and Chair, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
Paddy Tipping
09:55
Keynote Speaker: Details to be announced
10:10
Keynote: Gold Sponsor - Adobe: Empowering UK Police Forces in the digital world
Adobe
10:30
Break
10:50
Sponsor Breakout Session:
10:50
- Learning in a virtual world - the impact on digital transformation
me learning
10:50
- Helping police forces engage with the public
simple
11:30
Panel Session: Delivering the National Policing Digital Strategy
Martin Hewitt
Olivia Pinkney
Wayne Parkes
Ian Bell
12:15
Lunch Break
13:15
Welcome Back: Review of the morning
Ian Bell
13:20
COVID What we learnt: Overview from NPCC Covid-19 response
Gemma Stannard
13:45
Policing-led breakout sessions:
13:45
- NPCC Social Media Operating Model
Gavin Stephens
Patrick Robins
Sarah Durston
13:45
- M365 for efficiency & quality of service - North Yorkshire
13:45
- How officers have stayed connected during Covid - Cumbria
14:25
Keynote speaker - Details to be announced
15:00
Close Day One
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Data

Wednesday 3th February

Data will help us shift from a reactive policing model, to designing proactive and preventative solutions to improve how we protect the public from harm. We will unlock more value from data while maintaining public trust.

09:00
Welcome to Day Two
Ian Dyson
09:20
Keynote:
Jo Farrell
09:45
Panel Discussion: Data ethics
Georgie Henley (Facilitator)
Chris Todd
Richard Lewis
10:30
Break
10:50
Sponsor-led breakout sessions:
10:50
- Ensuring Location Data is a Digital Enabler
1Spatial
10:50
- Derbyshire Constabulary - Their Data and Analytics Journey
Simpson Associates
11:30
Panel Discussion: Interoperability
Neil Beet
Teresa Ashforth
John Owen
Brendan Johnson
12:15
Lunch
13:15
Why is data important? Voice of the police user
13:40
Police-led breakout sessions: Data Quality, Data Security, Data Compilance
14:20
Close Day Two
Wayne Parkes
21:00
#WeCops Discussion on Twitter: Digitally enabled policing
#WeCops
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Technology

Thursday 4th February

Operational effectiveness and the ability to protect and engage with citizens or our workforce can be significantly enhanced through connected technologies and by bringing insights and functionality directly to officers and staff wherever they are.

09:30
Opening Day Three and Discussion: What did we learn from #WeCops
Ian Bell
Wayne Parkes
#WeCops
09:45
Home Office update: Police & Public Protection Technology
Mike Hill
10:10
The future of public contact:
Dave Jackson
10:35
Break
10:45
Panel Session: Imagining 2030
11:30
Sponsor-Led breakout sessions:
Net Motion
Computacenter
12:10
Policing-led breakout sessions:
12:10
- 4Es Power Automation / Power Apps - Kent Police
Philip Batholomew
12:10
- National Management Centre Update
Steve Reid
Paul Taylor
12:10
- Police Assured Landing Zone
Kyle Massingham
Mike Riordan
12:50
Where will we be this time next year?
Ian Bell
Wayne Parkes
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