The Emergency Services Show recognises the strategic pitch of policing and the current challenges and opportunities which the police service faces along with their key emergency services partners.
The Home Office has launched a national campaign to recruit 20,000 additional police officers. An initial cohort of 6,000 officers will be recruited in the first year, with the remaining 14,000 recruited over two years. This increased workforce, along with equipping our police with emerging technologies to enable them to keep our communities safer, creates huge sales opportunities for suppliers.
That’s why we are delighted to introduce Future Policing at The Emergency Services Show 2020.
Future Policing at ESS 2020 will showcase a 2-day CPD accredited conference to unite Home Office, policymakers and Government Think Tanks with operational stakeholders and the private sector to tackle a policing model out-paced by technology.
Surrounded by an exhibition of the most innovative technology including mobile technology, AI, facial recognition, body-worn tech, digital forensics, through to connected vehicles, digitally-enabled officers, kit & boots, plus training, The Emergency Services Show continues to provide a powerful platform bringing all those together who make the decisions, and those who recommend decisions.
Future Policing is supported by a dedicated Advisory Council that will gather to offer industry insights, updates and advice to ensure the success of this unique Zone.
Chaired by Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe, Former Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service. Members include Simon Cole QPM, Chief Constable, Leicestershire Constabulary, NPCC Lead Counter Terror Prevent, Paul Kennedy, Former Dep Chief Constable N Yorks Police, NPCC Lead for Digital Technology, Ian Bell, CEO, Police ICT Company. Council Members also include key representation from Home Office, APCC, NPCC, HMICFRS, College of Policing and the Police Federation.