26th & 27th June 2018

Agenda


Event Agenda

08:00 - 08:30

Registration and Networking Reception

08:30 - 08:40

Sharon Taylor, Assistant Chief Constable
Sharon Taylor
Assistant Chief Constable
Devon and Cornwall Police

Chair’s Opening Remarks

08:40 - 09:00

Simon Riondet, Head of Financial Intelligence
Simon Riondet
Head of Financial Intelligence
Europol
OPENING KEYNOTE

The Importance of Financial Intelligence Sharing in the Battle against Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime

The partnership between the public and private sectors intelligence sharing is crucial in the fight against organised crime and terrorism. Europol have created a European Financial Intelligence public private partnership with private financial sectors such as banks, in order to deal with the cross-border nature of financial flows.

Simon will share the general background on what Europol, the EU Law Enforcement Agencies and the private sector are doing in this partnership to tackle efficiently the misuse of the financial sector by criminals and terrorists.

09:00 - 09:20

Oliver Mark Plumpton, Head of ICT
Oliver Mark Plumpton
Head of ICT
Cleveland Police

Digital Policing

Society today has an expectation that digital channels will be available to engage with their local Police Force allowing efficient, quick communication in a manner which they have become accustomed to.

Additionally, the Digital Transformation of our business processes affords huge potential for efficiency and effectiveness gains, and enabling collaboration and cross agency information sharing. Oliver will talk about the development of a Digital Transformation Strategy which
is supporting Cleveland Police in its commitment to provide the digital platforms needed to deliver the Policing vision, from investigations to supporting the public, and interaction with other agency partners.

Critically, the Force’s Police and Crime Plan has formed the basis of the strategy with success measured through the achievement of defined outcomes.

09:20 - 09:40

Solution Provider Case Study

09:40 - 10:00

Ian Bell, Chief Executive Officer
Ian Bell
Chief Executive Officer
Police ICT Company

Transformational Reform in Policing

The Police ICT Company act as a bridge between the policing technological and commercial worlds, helping the service buy ICT better, manage it better and exploit new capabilities more quickly.

Ian is the vice-chair of the National Police Technology Council and in November 2016 became the Director of the National Enabling Programmes at their inception. Ian became head of ICT at Cambridgeshire Constabulary in September 2008. His remit was to create a cohesive Service Delivery team and create substantial opportunities for cashable savings whilst creating a platform for new technological opportunities. His successes included the delivery of best of breed ICT architecture which was delivered with best of breed technologies and delivering multiple millions of savings.

Join Ian and disover the journey that the Police ICT company will be taking in the next year.

10:05 - 10:25

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

10:25 - 10:40

Coffee and Networking Break

Coffee and Networking Break

10:40 - 11:00

Sharon Taylor, Assistant Chief Constable
Sharon Taylor
Assistant Chief Constable
Devon and Cornwall Police

When Two Become One

ACC Sharon Taylor will be covering the proposed merger of Dorset and Devon & Cornwall Police. They are already working together in a comprehensive Alliance Programme covering 38 business areas, 19 of which are now live across the three counties. Both chief constables and PCCs are now proposing a full merger of the two forces, the first of its kind in recent history.

ACC Sharon Taylor is the Senior Responsible Officer for the Alliance Programme and also the Convergence Team Director for the proposed merger. She will cover their journey so far and plans to realise their ambition to become a single force by May 2020.

11:00 - 11:20

Solution Provider Case Study

11:20 - 11:40

Wim Liekens, Director Police Information & ICT (CIO)
Wim Liekens
Director Police Information & ICT (CIO)
Belgian Federal Police

A Digital Transformation @ The Belgian Police

The Belgian government decided in 2014 to start a strategic program for the renewal and modernisation of police ICT.

The key to providing effective policing is through efficient operations and optimum support for the authorities (policymakers) and police officers in the field. To do so, a larger scale of information must be processed, which results in more complex criminal activity risks in cyber crime.

With a unique Belgian view, Wim will discuss transforming and integrating systems to adapt in the new digital world.

11:45 - 12:05

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

12:10 - 12:30

Anja Kimberley, Head of Performance and Information
Anja Kimberley
Head of Performance and Information
Police and Crime Commissioners Office - Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Southampton

InterAct: Actionable Automated Insights for Safer Communities - An example of Data Visualisation Bringing Partners Closer

Most decisions in the community safety and policing environment benefit from partner input, particularly when high harm crime demand meets day to day public concerns. As funding pressures increase, accessible information depends more than ever on organised and collaborative working.

Anja will demonstrate a data initiative (InterAct) using a visualisation tool. Traditional crime analysis based on victims and offenders has been combined with partner and public data to reduce analytical manpower and improve actionable insights. Led by the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office for Hampshire, this example will inspire others to save time, improve evidence and take advantage of competitive software market.

12:35 - 13:30

Group 1 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 1 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

12:35 - 13:30

Charlotte Vitty, Chief Executive
Charlotte Vitty
Chief Executive
British Transport Police

Group 2 - Group Discussion Commercialising Your Force

Charlotte Vitty has been Chief Executive of the British Transport Police Authority since January 2017, having previously been Finance Director there for two years.

Charlotte will be talking about how best to look at the service you provide from a commercial perspective, focusing on value delivery and commercial skillsets - the concept of being an 'intelligent customer'.

A qualified accountant, Charlotte has over 15 years' experience in both private practice and the commercial market. She spent five years with PwC working primarily with entrepreneurs and private equity boards as an audit senior manager, covering a multitude of industries from web based service providers Ebay and Jobserve, to fashion retailers Jigsaw and Phase Eight. After leaving PwC, Charlotte joined Instant Group as the Financial Director where she worked alongside the founder and MD to grow and sell the business.

Group 2 - Group Discussion Commercialising Your Force

13:30 - 14:25

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch

14:30 - 15:25

Group 2 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

Group 2 - P2P Connect Speed Networking

14:30 - 15:25

Charlotte Vitty, Chief Executive
Charlotte Vitty
Chief Executive
British Transport Police

Group 1 - Group Discussion Commercialising Your Force

Charlotte Vitty has been Chief Executive of the British Transport Police Authority since January 2017, having previously been Finance Director there for two years.

Charlotte will be talking about how best to look at the service you provide from a commercial perspective, focusing on value delivery and commercial skillsets - the concept of being an 'intelligent customer'.

A qualified accountant, Charlotte has over 15 years' experience in both private practice and the commercial market. She spent five years with PwC working primarily with entrepreneurs and private equity boards as an audit senior manager, covering a multitude of industries from web based service providers Ebay and Jobserve, to fashion retailers Jigsaw and Phase Eight. After leaving PwC, Charlotte joined Instant Group as the Financial Director where she worked alongside the founder and MD to grow and sell the business.

Group 1 - Group Discussion Commercialising Your Force

15:30 - 16:30

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

16:30 - 16:50

Simon Clifford, Director of Technology and Digital Transformation
Simon Clifford
Director of Technology and Digital Transformation
Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioners Office
CLOSING KEYNOTE

AI and Policing - The Good The Bad and The Ugly

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things are the future of policing. With technology that can predict and prevent crime, data now tells us more than ever before. With all this new found power comes great responsibility and there are many questions as to privacy rights and security breaches.

Simon Clifford will share his expert knowledge on AI. His role is to deliver a holistic digital strategy that includes local, regional and national digital transformation. Working with public and private sector partners to deliver better intelligence, tools, and innovation to deliver enhanced policing capability, efficiency and public protection.

16:55 - 17:15

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

17:15 - 18:15

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

18:20 - 18:50

Nikki Boardman, Head of Corporate Support and Development Department
Nikki Boardman
Head of Corporate Support and Development Department
Merseyside Police

Winedown Workshop 1 Geographical to Strand Based Model - Change Management

Join Nikki and learn about how Merseyside had a complete change in operating model, the impacts it had on performance, and the cultural challenges that came with a large scale change.

Winedown Workshop 1 Geographical to Strand Based Model - Change Management

18:20 - 18:50

Sarah Copley-Hirst, Head of Multi Force Shared Service
Sarah Copley-Hirst
Head of Multi Force Shared Service
Cheshire Constabulary

Winedown Workshop 2 Back Office Shared Services

Sarah Copley-Hirst will share the work of MFSS, a back office shared service developed through a collaboration between Cheshire Constabulary, Northamptonshire Police and Nottinghamshire Police.

Winedown Workshop 2 Back Office Shared Services

18:20 - 18:50

Nora Holdford, Head of Intelligence and Detective Superintendent
Nora Holdford
Head of Intelligence and Detective Superintendent
Thames Valley Police

Winedown Workshop 3 Cyber - Friend or Foe?

Let’s discusss both the rising criminal use and as a developing technology - how should policing UK respond and how can we exploit it?

Winedown Workshop 3 Cyber - Friend or Foe?

18:50 - 19:05

Coffee and Networking Break - Day 1 Close

Coffee and Networking Break - Day 1 Close

20:15 - 20:30

Drinks Reception

Drinks Reception

20:30 - 22:00

Networking Dinner

Networking Dinner