26th & 27th June 2018

Event Agenda Day 2

Event Agenda

08:15 - 08:30

Coffee and Networking Break

Coffee and Networking Break

08:30 - 08:50

Nick Stevens, Head of Criminal Finance and Detective Superintendent
Nick Stevens
Head of Criminal Finance and Detective Superintendent
Metropolitan Police Service

Tackling Organised Criminal Networks, Criminal Finance and those that exploit Virtual Currencies

With the advent of the internet, easier movement of goods and people across borders, and globalization; the infrastructure and skills needed by police officers to maintain security not only needs to continuously evolve, but the police institutions have to be agile too. This in effect brings a wide range of challenges for cross border policing. Hence why we may want to ask; do the police institutions have a clear defined strategy for collaboration amongst and with each other?

Who has the lead in policing where crime crosses one’s jurisdiction? With whom and how does the officer or the institution team up with? What is the way forward?

08:50 - 09:10

Konsta Korhonen, Head of Intelligence and CSI, Senior Detective Superintendent
Konsta Korhonen
Head of Intelligence and CSI, Senior Detective Superintendent
Oulu Police Department, Finland

Cross-Border Policing - a Finnish Experience

Finland was for quite some time an "island" having Russia on the eastern side and most other neighbors at least a ferry-trip away. Expansion of the EU and the Schengen area meant that the type of criminality previously present in Central Europe landed forcefully on our shores. Fortunately, Finnish police already had strong operative co-operation with Customs and Border Guard - on a basis which the methodology for tackling cross-border criminality relies on and is improved upon.

In this presentation you will be given an insight on the way LEA’s work as a single entity whilst sharing information and using each other's competence to reach the shared goal.

Mr Konsta Korhonen is a Senior Detective Superintendent at Oulu PD and serves as Head of CSI and Intelligence Unit. He has more than 20 years of experience working at regional, national and local level policing services.

09:10 - 09:30

Andrew Gould, Detective Superintendent National Cybercrime Programme Lead
Andrew Gould
Detective Superintendent National Cybercrime Programme Lead
National Police Chief Council

Cybercrime - the Policing Response

This session will cover:

  • The current threat to the UK
  • The National Cyber Security Strategy and Team CyberUK
  • The victim experience
  • Specialist Capabilities Programme - building the local force specialist cyber capability across all 4 P's

09:30 - 10:00

Solution Provider Case Study

10:05 - 10:25

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3/4

10:30 - 11:00

Efficiency Brunch

Topic led roundtables around efficiency challenges in your organisation.

Efficiency Brunch

11:00 - 12:15

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

12:15 - 12:35

Eddy Montgomery, Operations Director ICE North, Midlands, Wales & South West
Eddy Montgomery
Operations Director ICE North, Midlands, Wales & South West
Home Office

Closer Working Between IE and Police

Immigration Enforcement's (IE) vision is to reduce the size of the illegal population and the harm it causes. We are keen to work collaboratively with territorial police forces to deliver mutual objectives as part of a multi-agency approach.

The presentation will cover the work being undertaken to increase IE’s reach through collaboration and sharing specialist powers and knowledge to enhance capabilities. This valuable work will ensure that IE provides a consistent response whenever engaging at regional and national level to reduce overall demand and improve the manageability of vulnerable people through our systems.

12:35 - 12:55

Jay Parmar, Head of Service Management, Digital Services
Jay Parmar
Head of Service Management, Digital Services
College of Policing

Delivering Digital

Digitally delivered services are an enabler that connects our business areas and College of Poling members. Successful digital transformation is key to change the culture away from traditional project delivery to become 'Digital by Default' to meet the ever-changing needs of the policing profession.

Jay Parmar from Digital Services at the College of Policing talks about how National Police Systems put our members at the heart of our thinking to improve services by making them accessible, simpler and personalised. Adopting a user-centric approach is not a straightforward journey but it’s a significant milestone to deliver the high quality service our members expect.

12:55 - 13:15

Catherine De Bolle, Executive Director
Catherine De Bolle
Executive Director

The Future of Policing

For the forum's closing keynote, Catherine will discuss cyber crime and its effects on modern British and European Policing as well as the impact that Brexit may have on the future of policing. She will then share the development of Europol beyond being a headquarters based organisation.

13:15 - 13:25

Chair's Closing Remarks

13:25 - 13:40

Coffee and Networking Break

Coffee and Networking Break

13:25 - 14:35