Policing 4.0: Deciding the Future of Policing in the UK

UK policing is under the microscope. A rise in serious violence and falling detection rates have brought political focus onto the resilience of a model of policing that has long been the envy of the world. Rising demand and budget restraints have forced UK Police forces to evolve but questions remain as to whether policing has yet fully adapted to address the profound and continuing shifts in patterns of crime, society, policy and technology.

As forces begin to prepare for the future and the crimes of tomorrow, how can these issues be addressed in a way which creates a long-term framework for sustainable and effective policing?

Join us to debate the future of policing with leading figures and for the launch of our upcoming report; ‘Policing 4.0 - Deciding the Future of Policing in the UK’.

The event will be hosted by James Taylor, Deloitte UK Home Affairs and Justice Leader.

Setting out their views will be Yvette Cooper, Chair of Home Affairs Select committee, Sara Thornton, Chair of The National Police Chiefs Council, Mark Burns-Williamson OBE, Chair of The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) and Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire, Gavin Thomas, Chair of Police Superintendents Association, Tom Gash and Richard Hobbs, authors of ‘Policing 4.0 - Deciding the Future of Policing in the UK’, and Rick Muir, Director of Police Foundation.

This event is in partnership with the Police Superintendents Association and Police Foundation. Please note that places are limited and preference will be given to attendees from public sector organisations.

Event details:

Date: 18 September 2018
Timings: 09:15 - 10.45 (Registration and breakfast from 08.45)
Location: Deloitte, 2 New Street Square, London, England, EC4A 3BZ

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