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In response to the Government Police Uplift Programme to reduce crime and improve public safety, Future Policing is a dedicated area showcasing the latest technologies, equipment and training for the policing sector. 

Combined with a high-level conference tackling the most challenging and critical topics facing the future of policing, it offers the ideal opportunity for visitors to gain direct insight into the skills, capabilities and products required to equip the police workforce.

Speak to our team to find out how Future Policing can help you generate leads and reach police procurement teams and those hard to reach decision-makers in need of your products and services.

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Products & Services in Future Policing include:

CCTV & Video Analytics    

Health & Wellbeing

Command & Control

ICT & Systems Integration

Communications

Personal Protection Equipment

Cyber Security

Surveillance & Tracking

Data Analytics & AI

Tactical Equipment

Drone & Counter Drone

Training & Consultancy

Forensic Services

Vehicles

Emergency Services Network stand at ESS 2021

Future Policing Exhibitors

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Who Visits Future Policing

In 2021, visitors attended from every UK Police Force. See a detailed list below.

In addition, visitors from related organisations attended in 2021 including Home Office, Irish Garda Police Force, Ministry of Defence Police, Ministry of Justice, National Crime Agency, National Police Chiefs Council, Police Federation of England and Wales and PCCs.

  • Senior Procurement Manager, Avon and Somerset Police
  • Head of IT Service, British Transport Police
  • Business Change & ICT Category Manager, Devon and Cornwall Police
  • Commercial Manager, Dorset Police
  • Commercial Manager, EMSCU
  • Police Driver Training Team Leader, Essex Police
  • Chief Inspector, Greater Manchester Police
  • Procurement Manager (Home Affairs), Guernsey Police
  • ESN Director of Deployment, Home Office
  • Superintendent, Irish Garda Police Force
  • Head of Procurement, Kent Police
  • Head of Procurement, Lincolnshire Police
  • Chief Police Officer, Mersey Tunnels Police
  • Head of Fleet and Transport Services, Merseyside Police
  • Chief Inspector, Metropolitan Police Service
  • Technology Strategist for UK Policing, Microsoft
  • Head of Professional Standards, Ministry of Defence Police
  • Head of Standards,  National Cyber Security Programme
  • Wellbeing Lead, North Wales Police
  • Acquisition Manager, North Yorkshire Police & Fire
  • Business Relationship & Project Manager, Nottinghamshire Police
  • Chairman, Police Federation - City of London Police
  • Procurement Specialist, Police Scotland
  • Strategic Category Manager, South Yorkshire Police
  • Fleet Operations Manager, Staffordshire Police
  • Head of Driver Training, Surrey Police
  • Head of Procurement, Thames Valley Police
  • Head of Commercial, The Police ICT Company
  • Head of Transport, Warwickshire & West Mercia Police
  • Procurement Manager, Warwickshire & West Mercia Police
  • Fleet Supplies Manager, West Midlands Police
  • Head of Digital Innovation, West Yorkshire Police
  • Director of Procurement, Yorkshire & Humber Police

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Advisory Council

Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe

With a powerful Advisory Council chaired by Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe, Former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, Future Policing and it's Conference programme is shaped and supported by leading industry experts, bodies, associations, Government agencies and partners.

The board's influence is crucial in helping us identify the key challenges in policing today and how to safeguard and protect them for the future.

 


Advisory Council Members include:


 

Future Policing Theatre

Future Policing Theatre at ESS 2021

Technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, highlighting the pressure to modernise our current policing model and better equip our police force. Drawing together the knowledge and insights from our top-level Advisory council and industry contacts, we have curated a high-quality content programme to address the challenges and opportunities shaping the future of policing. Topics addressed include:

  • Digital Policing
  • Future proofing the police workforce
  • Unlocking the power of police data
  • Cyber crime and the law enforcement response
  • And much more…

View the 2021 schedule