Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
National Police Chief's Council

APCC & NPCC Partnership Summit 2017

1st - 2nd November, Grange Hotel, Tower Bridge, London

Summit Programme

All plenary sessions will be held in the Trinity Suite on the lower ground floor. Refreshment breaks, lunch and the summit exhibition will be held in the foyer areas outside the Trinity Suite.

Day 1: Wednesday 1 November

08.00 Registration
09.30 Welcome from Chief Constable Sara Thornton CBE QPM Chair, National Police Chiefs’ Council
09.40

Plenary 1: Prevention and Early Intervention

The best response or investigation will never be better than preventing harm before it happens, and will always be less cost-effective. So how can the police service work with its public, private and third sector partners to address local needs and get “upstream” of demand and where that fails, more effectively deal with it at the earliest stage possible?

Chaired by: David Lloyd Chair, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire

Chief Constable Michael Barton QPM Durham Constabulary and NPCC Lead for Crime Operations Professor Mark Bellis Director of Policy, Research and International Development for Public Health Wales and Professor of Public Health at Bangor University

Rachel Phillips UK Public Safety Consulting Lead, Accenture

10.45 Keynote speech followed by Q&A by a Senior Cabinet Minister
11.15 Refreshment break and exhibiition
11.45

David Lloyd Chair, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire

11.55

Police Funding

Roger Hirst PCFC  APCC Finance Lead

Paddy Tipping PCC  APCC Deputy Finance Lead

Chief Constable David Thompson QPM  NPCC Lead for Finance

12.30

Lightning talks

A series of short, fast-paced talks (against the clock!) from a range of diverse speakers who will showcase campaigns, projects and innovative practice that is having a positive impact in their area. This promises to be a lively and entertaining session, giving delegates an opportunity to learn and take away innovative ideas and solutions to apply to their own area of work.

Hosted by:
Julia Mulligan
Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire
Chief Constable Giles York QPM Sussex Police

13.00 Lunch and exhibition
14.00

Breakout sessions

Police Technology - Bartholomew, first floor

A session to provide a strategic overview of innovations in information and technology for policing. The scope of change is ambitious but achievable. The panel will map out the current landscape and interdependencies and the journey to deliver significant benefits through coordinated investment.

Chaired by: Commissioner Ian Dyson QPM City of London Police and NPCC Lead for Information Management &
Operational Requirements

Katy Bourne, Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners' Lead on Police Technology and Digital and Chair of the Police ICT Company

Chief Constable Francis Habgood QPM, Thames Valley Police and Chair, Emergency Services Network (ESN) Reference Group

Chief Constable Debbie Simpson QPM, Dorset Police and Chair, Operational Communications in Policing (OCiP) Reference Group

Ian Bell, Chief Information Officer for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Hertfordshire Police and Programme Director,
National Enabling Programmes

Deputy Chief Constable Richard Morris Head of Operational Communications in Policing (OCiP)

Robert Leach, Acting Chief Executive, Police ICT Company

Richard Thwaite, Managing Partner, Chaucer Digital

 

Complaints Reform – Trinity suite

An interactive session on the opportunities to improve the complaints service; looking at benefits and barriers of the reform options on offer, the range of local models, how to handle appeals, and other ways of improving service to the police and the public.

Chaired by: Julia Mulligan Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire and APCC Lead for Transparency and Integrity

Chief Constable Martin Jelley QPM Warwickshire Police and NPCC Lead for Ethics and Integrity

Linsey Jones Head of Global Contact Centre Customer Experience and Interim Customer Services Director First Direct, HSBC

Alan Reiss Chief of Staff, Office of the Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner

Michael Cordy Acting Head of the Police Integrity Unit, Home Office

Phill Matthews Chair of the Conduct & Performance Sub-committee, Police Federation


Domestic Abuse
– Harpley, first floor

|There has been a significant increase in domestic abuse reported to the police in recent years and an estimated 4.3 million women and 2.2 million men are victims. This session will explore what this means for policing and how we work with others to prevent abuse. It will also consider the proposed Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill.

Chaired by: Dame Vera Baird QC Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria and APCC Lead for Victims

Deputy Chief Constable Louisa Rolfe West Midlands Police and NPCC Lead for Domestic Abuse

Katie Ghose Chief Executive, Women’s Aid

Christian Papaleontiou Deputy Director, Home Office

15.00 Refreshment break and exhibition
15.30

Plenary 2: Leadership

Against a backdrop of changing demands, reduced resources and increasing public and political expectations, we need effective leaders at every level in policing. So how do we nurture talent and capitalise on the potential benefits of a diverse workforce? And are inherent cultural or practical barriers preventing the service from getting the best out of its people?

Chaired by: Chief Constable Sara Thornton CBE QPM Chair, National Police Chiefs’ Council

Dafydd Llywelyn Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys and APCC Lead for Police Leadership

Melanie Dawes CB Permanent Secretary, Department for Communities and Local Government, and Civil Service Gender Champion

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins QPM Greater Manchester Police; Non-executive Director, College of Policing and NPCC Lead for
Workforce Representation & Diversity

17.00 End of day one
19.00

Summit drinks reception and dinner - Atrium
Summit drinks reception kindly sponsored by KBR

19.45

Summit dinner with Commissioner Cressida Dick CBE QPM Metropolitan Police Service - Trinity Suite

Summit dinner kindly sponsored by Airbus Helicopters

Day 2: Thursday 2 November

All plenary sessions will be held in the Trinity Suite on the lower ground floor. Refreshment breaks, lunch and the summit exhibition will be held in the foyer areas outside the Trinity Suite.

08.00 Registration
09.00

Policing Vision 2025

One year on from the launch of the Policing Vision 2025, this session will consider the progress of the service in meeting the ambitions of the Vision and its continuing relevance to the service and the public. The session will explore how we can make more effective use of our national and regional structures to deliver transformational change.

Paddy Tipping Chair, Police Reform and Transformation Board and Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire

09.30 Keynote speech followed by Q&A:
Rt Hon Diane Abbott MP
Shadow Home Secretary
09.45

Plenary 3: International

Crime does not respect physical borders. In a global, interconnected world, and particularly as the UK leaves the European Union, how does UK law enforcement strengthen its capabilities, learn from other countries and foster greater collaboration?

Chaired by: Chief Constable Andy Marsh Avon & Somerset Police and NPCC Lead for International

Kathryn Holloway Police and Crime Commissioner for Bedfordshire and APCC Lead for International & Strategic Policing

Matthew Horne Deputy Director General (Operations), National Crime Agency

Richard Clarke International Director, Home Office

11.15 Refreshment break and exhibition
11.45

A series of short, fast-paced talks (against the clock!) from a range of diverse speakers who will showcase campaigns, projects and innovative practice that is having a positive impact in their area. This promises to be a lively and entertaining session, giving delegates an opportunity to learn and take away innovative ideas and solutions to apply to their own area of work.

Hosted by: Mark Burns-Williamson OBE Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire and Chief Constable Giles York QPM Sussex Police

12.15

Day Two Breakout sessions

Digital Policing - Bartholomew, first floor

In an increasingly digitalised world, it is essential that policing keeps pace with the changing nature of the threat and with the law enforcement capabilities to tackle it. This session will consider current and future developments in the arena of digital investigation and intelligence.

Chaired by: Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh Essex Police and NPCC Lead for Digital Policing

Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Keasey National Digital Investigation and Intelligence (DII) Programme Lead

Gary Pugh OBE, FKC, BSc, MSc, CSci, CChem, MRSC Director of Forensic Services, Metropolitan Police Service

Detective Chief Inspector Martin Peters Cyber and Economic Directorate at the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU)

 

Cybercrime - Harpley, first floor

Cybercrime is becoming an increasing threat across the globe. Keeping pace with it has become one of the biggest challenges for UK law enforcement. An effective response requires collaborative action from government, law enforcement and industry. Using real-life case studies to illustrate the cybercrime challenge, this session will consider whether the system is working effectively for victims. It will examine the current challenges in terms of reducing vulnerabilities, building a comprehensive intelligence picture and pursuing offenders, as well as considering future threats and opportunities in an increasingly interconnected world.

Chaired by: Chief Constable Peter Goodman QPM Derbyshire Constabulary and NPCC Lead for Cyber Crime

Oliver Gower Deputy Director, National Cyber Crime Unit (NCA)

Douglas Grant Senior Incident Coordinator, National Cyber Security Centre (GCHQ)

Don Smith CISSP Senior Director, SecureWorks

 

Criminal Justice Reform - Trinity Suite

The session will explore what needs to be done to join up the criminal justice system so it works effectively as a whole system. The session will consider the issues for PCCs, policing and CJS agencies locally – including what PCCs can and are doing to join up the system and drive change, and the limits to what can be done within existing parameters. The session will then explore what devolution might mean for the role of PCCs in leading change in criminal justice.

Chaired by: Sue Mountstevens Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset and APCC Deputy Lead for Criminal Justice

Chief Constable Nick Ephgrave QPM Surrey Police and NPCC Temporary Lead for Criminal Justice

Barry Hughes Chief Crown Prosecutor, CPS Cymru-Wales

James Hood Deputy Director, Strategy Unit, Ministry of Justice

13.15 Lunch and exhibition
14.15

Plenary Four: Counter Terrorism

As recent events have tragically demonstrated, the pace, scale and complexity of the terrorist threat continues to grow. Police forces across the country have responded exceptionally well as one system to these incidents. Yet, we know that communities defeat terrorism: so how do we support them to do this, while upholding democratic values and building trust, and what further support does local policing, in turn, need?

Chaired by: David Jamieson Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands and Chair of the National Counter Terrorism
Collaboration Agreement Strategic Board

Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley QPM Metropolitan Police Service (Specialist Operations) and NPCC Lead for Counter Terrorism

Chief Constable Simon Cole QPM Leicestershire Police and NPCC Lead for Local Policing and Prevent Programme

Dame Louise Casey CB Author of the Casey Review into Opportunity and Integration

15.45 Keynote speech:
Dame Louise Casey CB
Author of the Casey Review into Opportunity and Integration
16.00 Summit ends





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