Technology Enabled Justice - Delivering the Digital Vision

Full service digitisation of the Justice Sector is key to delivering better outcomes for communities, the Government is committed to embracing the technology of the future which is demonstrated with the arrival of the Police Transformation Fund, investment in innovative technology for the prison service, the ambitious £1bn programme that will modernise courtrooms and in the Policing Vision 2025 strategy which states how digital transformation will:

  • Make it easier for the police and public to communicate with each other
  • Improve digital evidence collection, investigations and intelligence
  • Transfer all information digitally within the Criminal Justice System 

 

Operating digitally by default is vital to the efficiency and effectiveness of justice services, the summit will provide a unique opportunity to gain a clear understanding of the challenges being faced by key stakeholders from the justice sector along with their technology implementation objectives. Sessions will address how technology can improve services across:

  • Police Forces
  • Courts & Tribunals Services
  • Prison Services
  • Probation Services

 

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Key Topics:

Enabling the Digital Revolution – Innovative technology that joins up justice services

  • Video Enabled Justice - Improved use of video evidence
  • Predictive Data Analytics – Data / Cyber Security – GDPR
  • End to end workflow management / Full service digitisation
  • Digitising court processes – Video Conferencing
  • Innovative Prison Technology – Increasing Safety & Reducing Reoffending
  • Crime scene investigation tools – Digital Evidence Collection
  • Smart Sensors, track equipment use, spark improved system wide practice
  • Digital Policing platforms, enabling citizens to report crime and track their cases online.  

 

Invited attendees include:

Home Office – Ministry of Justice – Criminal Justice Boards – Police & Crime Commissioners – Police Forces - Magistrates Association – National Offender Management Service – HM Prison & Probation Service – HM Courts & Tribunals Service – Crown Prosecution Service – National Probation Service – Local Authority – Border Force – National Crime Agency – College of Policing – Youth Justice Board – National Law Enforcement Data Programme

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Thursday 22nd March 2018

Public sector attendees: free to attend*

 

Private sector attendees: £595 per place and £545 per place (for multiple bookings) + VAT

 

*Please note that all free delegate bookings will be verified and tested against the criteria of being a public sector organisation.



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