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Improving Public Confidence in the Police Conference - Monday 31st March 2014 - Central London

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Published by Matthew Simpson for Capita Conferences in Communities and also in Local Government

Improving Public Confidence in the Police Conference - Monday 31st March 2014

Location – Central London

Please quote Booking Source Code SMMK when booking online

Our National Improving Public Confidence in the Police Conference comes at a crucial time. With scrutiny of the police intensifying after a series of high-profile allegations and investigations into officer conduct, and Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) entering their second year in the job, efforts to extend existing accountability measures are ongoing. With the added pressure placed on forces by budgetary restraints, now is the time to address how changes can be implemented to build relations between police and communities and deliver improved outcomes.

Developed after extensive consultation with representatives from police forces and agencies, this event brings together eminent figures from around the country to drive forward this important agenda. Take this opportunity to share your front-line experiences with those leading the way on strengthening public perceptions of the police.

Speakers

  • Keynote: Dame Anne Owers, Chair, Independent Police Complaints Commission
  • Steve Williams, Chair, The Police Federation of England and Wales
  • Chair: Tim Jackson, National Secretary, Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales
  • Irene Curtis, President, Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales
  • Mike Cunningham, Chief Constable, Staffordshire Police and Professional Standards Portfolio Lead, Association of Chief Police Officers
  • Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire
  • Olly Martins, Police and Crime Commissioner, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Bedfordshire
  • David Bryce-Smith, Deputy Director of Development, Housing and Community Safety, London Borough of Bexley

Benefits of Attending

  • Hear from the Chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) on how new funding arrangements will increase the capacity of the commission to investigate all serious and sensitive allegations against officers and forces
  • Learn how the new Code of Ethics is enshrining procedural standards
  • Explore how greater transparency and improved communication can help build a positive public perception of your force
  • Gain insight into the role played by Police and Crime Commissioners in increasing levels of public trust and accountability
  • Examine how successfully addressing local priorities, reducing drug and alcohol related anti-social behaviour and increasing police visibility in the community can help foster public confidence

For more information or to book:

Visit the website: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/police-criminal-justice/full-conference/article/improving-public-confidence-in-the-police-conference.html?code=SMMK

Download the brochure: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/pdfgen.html?filename=Improving_Public_Confidence_in_the_Police.pdf&code=SMMK

Or contact Matthew Simpson – Matthew.Simpson@capita.co.uk

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