All session take place in the Churchill room unless otherwise stated.
Day 1: Wednesday 9th November
Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition
Summit facilitated by Clive Myrie
Welcome from Martin Hewitt and Marc Jones
The NPCC and APCC Chairs each give a short speech outlining the key issues for policing and the main themes for the Summit - Cutting Crime and Building Confidence
Session chaired by Clive Myrie
Cutting crime, improving outcomes
After the dip caused by the pandemic, recorded crime is on the increase and set to rise further. Some types of crime - sexual
One 15-minute presentation providing a clear and concise outline of the evidence on crime levels, charging rates, police officer
Clive Myrie will then chair a focused discussion on ways to increase charging rates, bolster confidence in alternatives to
Police culture, public confidence
Trust in policing has been damaged by a series of events that have raised serious concerns about the culture of the service. What can chief constables and police and crime commissioners do to root out misogyny, homophobia and racism in the ranks? Does the police misconduct system need overhauling? Confidence in policing is said to be affected by visibility in communities and the way officers respond to incidents. If so, is this the key to building public confidence?
Each panellist will speak for 5 to 7 minutes, before a discussion and questions.
Chaired by Clive Myrie.
Lunch and networking sponsored by Content Guru
Keynote speech: a senior Government Minister
A senior Minister speaks to Summit delegates about the Government’s ‘Beating Crime’ plan, the officer uplift programme and police reform.
Followed by questions from delegates.
Session chaired by Clive Myrie.
Breakouts - Panel discussions in different rooms looking in depth at key issues:
Churchill Room: Action on race
Burton & Redgrave Room: The People Trade
Five from the Floor
Five PCCs & Chiefs each give a five-minute speech on practical ways to improve community safety.
Clive Myrie then chairs a debate about the proposals.
PCCs and chiefs will then vote on which of the five options they would most like to adopt in their police force area.
Close of Day One
Day 2: Thursday 10th November
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Keynote speech: TBA
Fraud and computer misuse are the most common and fastest-growing crime types in England and Wales with an estimated 7 million offences last year. Yet the capacity and capability of law enforcement to tackle the problem is limited. So what more can be done within existing resources?
Are structural changes required? What role can industry play?
Breakouts: Panel discussions with key figures from policing, criminal justice and the private sector. Discussions take place in different rooms, looking in depth at key issues:
Churchill Room: Policing protests
Gielgud Room: Violence against Women and Girls - sponsored by KBR
Burton & Redgrave Room: It’s Anti-Social
Violence Against Women and Girls Partnership
Violence against Women and Girls session.
Chaired by Clive Myrie.
Thank you - Martin Hewitt and Marc Jones close the Summit.
*Programme and speakers may be subject to change.