25th & 26th June 2019

Event Agenda Day 2

Event Agenda

08:00 - 08:15

Coffee and Networking Break

Coffee and Networking Break

08:15 - 08:55

Nick Downing, Assistant Chief Constable & NPCC lead Financial Investigation & Proceeds of Crime
Nick Downing
Assistant Chief Constable & NPCC lead Financial Investigation & Proceeds of Crime
Kent & Essex Police & NPCC

Driving Up the Knowledge and Use of Private Sector Intelligence

The presentation will identify and discuss many of the different types of private sector financial intelligence available to law enforcement and highlight the potential benefits of use in real investigations and risks of underutilisation. The presentation will also showcase the benefits of using data software to proactively search much of this intelligence to identify opportunities and mitigate some of the risks.

09:00 - 09:20

Árni E. Albertsson, Superintendent & Head of IT
Árni E. Albertsson
Superintendent & Head of IT
Icelandic Police

STREAM ONE Digitalized Case Management and Information Sharing

Arni will share how the Icelandic police have gradually built processes and workflows according to legal demands in their system, digitized case documents and built investigation planning and work requests to support units into the system to reduce paperwork and by that, speeding up the process. He will also share the story on information sharing between police, prosecution, the prison and probation administration as well as several governmental institutions, and the future plans on information sharing with all institutions in the judicial system and defenders.

09:00 - 09:20

Mark Housley, Programme Director - Demand
Mark Housley
Programme Director - Demand
Lincolnshire Police

STREAM TWO Demand & Supply – going back to basics

Demand has been a topic of conversation for some time now within Policing circles (in commerce it is the foundation for business). The need to understand has been driven by the need to create improved efficiencies (finding savings) and the challenge from HMICFRS Force Management Statements. Demand and Supply is a very simple model. We need to meet the public’s demand for policing services; if we can’t, then we simply increase supply or reduce demand! But many forces do not understand their demand, the market in which they operate and the many complex drivers for demand. Without this basic understanding, how can we understand the resource we require, the skills and capability needed, whether we are successful, what funding we need and how we plan for the future? My presentation will share the problems and share some simple findings. Sadly I don’t have the solutions.

09:00 - 09:20

Jonathan Black, Director of IT for Tri Borough Police
Jonathan Black
Director of IT for Tri Borough Police
Cambridgeshire Constabulary

STREAM THREE Policing and Technology – Embracing Social Megatrends

Jonathan Black is the ICT Director for Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Hertfordshire Constabulary, with over 20 years’ experience working within police ICT.

As the police service continues to progress to meet the objectives of Policing Vision 2025, Jonathan will be sharing his thoughts on how social megatrends and understanding possible changes in technology can be used to allow forces to consider their next phase of long term strategic planning.

09:20 - 09:40

Ian Billsborough, Head of Intelligence & Digital Investigation
Ian Billsborough
Head of Intelligence & Digital Investigation
Lancashire Constabulary

Lancashire Constabulary Digital Transformation Strategy & Delivery Plan

How can policing deliver the challenges of digital transformation set out in the Policing Vision 2025?

In 2018 HMICFRS and the NPCC set an expectation for policing to establish ambitious plans to deliver foundation and stretch digital capabilities. The Digital Policing Programme were concurrently progressing eighteen national technology projects and the Digital Investigations and Intelligence Target Operating Model, all of which support and are to be implemented across local policing. The local and national landscape is complex and the timetable for delivery is challenging.

Ian Billsborough is leading the Lancashire Constabulary’s Digital Strategy and Delivery Plan. He will discuss how these challenges are being addressed through Lancashire’s Digital Transformation Strategy, which is built on four tiers of Services, Workforce Capabilities, Innovation & Collaboration and Leadership & Ownership. The delivery plan is centred on Lancashire’s Purpose and involves all staff in ensuring the organisation develops its digital capabilities.

09:40 - 10:00

Solution Provider Case Study

10:05 - 10:25

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

10:25 - 10:55

Efficiency Brunch

Topic led roundtables around efficiency challenges in your organisation

Efficiency Brunch

11:00 - 12:00

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

12:00 - 12:20

Jason Mark Phillips, Chief of Staff
Jason Mark Phillips
Chief of Staff

An Insider’s View of HMICFRS Inspections

Ever wondered why my force is being inspected? And why are they back again so soon? I will attempt to explain why HMICFRS inspect some areas of policing and not others, how the inspections are designed and planned and how we make sure we have the expertise necessary to help improve policing. What is the Risk Based Approach and how does this effect which PEEL questions are inspected? I will also take a look forward over the next 12 months of planned inspections to help you know what to expect.

12:20 - 12:40

Lenno Reimand, Head of Strategy
Lenno Reimand
Head of Strategy

STREAM ONE Better Integration of Crime Analysis in Future Policing

Operational and strategic analysis is the basis of Europol’s operational support and is of key importance for law enforcement investigations. As more data has been created in the past two years than in the entire history of the human race, this poses the question how much of this can ever be analysed and used. Therefore, also law enforcement organisations should adapt according to their current and future analytical needs. Analysis will need to evolve in order to remain relevant with the aim to make best use of the information available and to provide unique and valuable intelligence.

While crime analysis is acknowledged as being central to everyday policing, general lack of understanding the capability may lead to underutilisation. There might be several reasons, including the knowledge and process gaps, resource reallocations or budget cuts as well as cultural constraints.

12:20 - 12:40

Antero Rytkölä, Deputy Chief of Police
Antero Rytkölä
Deputy Chief of Police
Finland police

STREAM TWO Solving the Financial Challenges for the Finnish Police

Antero Rytkölä is a skillful lawyer trained on the bench and experienced police director. He is currently the President of the Board of the Association of All Finnish Lawyers. After 35 years in police, he is now the Deputy Chief of Police. Mr. Rytkölä strongly argues that the police need help from the people. The best way to get the assistance required is to help the people in the first place.

Mr. Rytkölä recognizes problems involved with this. First of all, the government finances do not give much to operate in community policing. Therefore, it is required that community policing is as cost-effective as possible but measuring the results of community policing is difficult. Moreover, the community policing must be targeted either to certain individuals and potential troublemakers, or to people who may know valuable information of those people.

However, it is very important that police continue to work with ordinary people and to have support from them. They have to trust in law enforcement as well as in justice.

12:40 - 13:00

Gemma Hyde, Head of Change
Gemma Hyde
Head of Change
Crown Prosecution Service

Digital Transformation at the Crown Prosecution Service: Goodbye to paper and disks

Now is a significant period of change for the Crown Prosecution Service, and with it comes the opportunity to transform how we make digital work for us – both for colleagues within the CPS, the partners we work with across Criminal Justice, and for wider citizens.

  • How the CPS is embracing new technology to support smarter working
  • Exploring the changing nature of collaboration and partnerships
  • How does this all affect policing
  • The importance of engaging colleagues in digital change, and improving digital confidence

13:00 - 13:10

Chair’s Closing Remarks

13:10 - 13:25

Coffee and Networking Break - Event Close

Coffee and Networking Break - Event Close

13:10 - 14:10