Information Sharing in the Criminal Justice System
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Capita’s 4th National Information Sharing in the Criminal Justice System Conference, taking place in London on Friday 21st September, will equip you to meet the challenges of the Government’s commitment to modernise and reform the Criminal Justice System. Changes are designed to facilitate more effective and collaborative working in an environment of increasing budget cuts.
The Criminal Justice System Efficiency Delivery Programme sets out the requirements for digital working to be achieved by April 2013. Now, more than ever, the importance of efficient and effective information sharing between relevant partner agencies is fundamental to tackling crime and reoffending at a local level.
This conference is a vital opportunity to hear from key practitioners leading the way on:
• Enabling the exchange of information in compliance with the Data Protection Act and Freedom of Information Act
• Delivering swift and efficient sentencing and offender management through the secure electronic transfer of case files
• Demonstrating cost-effective multi-agency working by reducing the movement of paper and people around the system
This timely event addresses the key challenges to achieving greater digital working, covering everything from collaborative working to setting up video court hearings as well as gaining access to criminal conviction data from the European Union.
With speakers from across the Criminal Justice System, the programme provides the opportunity togain clarity on legislation and what information should be shared; showcasing best practice case study examples to benchmark your own systems and protocols against.
Further Information: Richard Goddard, firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7960 7719