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Transformation in the Police


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Transformation in the Police Transformation in the Police

Transformation in the Police Conference
Monday, 25 February 2013 - Central London

  • Chair: 
    Graham Hooper
    Chief Executive
    Kent Police and Crime Commissioner's Office
  • Russell Bernstein
    Chief Executive
    Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester
  • David Lloyd
    Police and Crime Commissioner
  • Zoe Billingham
    HM Inspector of Constabulary
  • Tim Passmore
    Police and Crime Commissioner
  • Giles York
    Deputy Chief Constable
    Sussex Police
  • Carmel Napier QPM
    Chief Constable
    Gwent Police
  • Helen King, QPM
    Deputy Chief Constable
    Cheshire Constabulary
  • Jan Berry
    Former Chairman
    Police Federation



Capita’s 3rd National Transformation in the Police Conference provides you with the opportunity to examine how organisational structures and working practices are being transformed to meet the significant savings target of over £2 billion, laid out by the Government.

With a growing public expectation and demand for police services, it is crucial to identify moreproductive ways of working to maintain consistent high-level services in the move towards a modernised police service.

This must attend event presents innovative and ambitious policing models for you to learn how resources can be deployed for maximum efficiency gains, including:

•  Working in partnership with new Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to improve outcomes for communities, and ensure that local assets are used effectively 
• Collaboration between forces and partnerships with the private and public sectors 
• Improving business processes by reducing bureaucracy
• Effective joint procurement and shared services of back office functions

Attend to prepare your force for new ways of measuring performance, assuring accountability and governance within these new police structures. 

Join peers from across the country to ensure you are ready to lead this transformational and cultural change across your organisation.  It is vital to improve value for money within your force to free up officers for critical frontline policing.


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