PolCon 7, one of the most important annual events on the policing calendar, will be held from 31 August to 1 September this year at the University of East London.
This year’s theme is “Formulating a new model of Policing for the 21st Century.” But why this topic?
Crime is changing. Cybercrime, child sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and terrorism are the new crime frontiers. Our police forces need to be able to meet the challenges.
The police force is also changing. Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) were elected for the second time on 5 May 2016 to police force areas across England and Wales. They have immense power, and have brought a new level of accountability, complaints investigation and the new demands on the UK police.
Hear from well respected speakers on new crime demand, new arrangements for handling police complaints and restorative justice. Policing experts, academics and others from related agencies, will provide informed comments on where policing is today and likely to be in the next decade.
Keynote Speakers include:
Jon Boutcher (QPM) – Chief Constable, Bedfordshire Police
Sarah Green - Deputy Chair, IPCC
David Armond QPM - Deputy Director General, National Crime Agency
Peter Neyroud - Lecturer in Evidence-Based Policing / PhD student, University of Cambridge
Leroy Logan - Retired Superintendent, MBE, PhD (Honorary), BSc (Hons)
Adam Simmonds - Former Police and Crime Commissioner, Northamptonshire Police
Professor Stuart Kirby - Professor of Policing and Criminal Investigation, University of Central Lancashire
Dr Mark Roycroft, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of East London
Bernard Rix - Chief Executive, Copacc
Jon Collins - Chief Executive, Restorative Justice Council
Early Bird fee: £150 (including conference dinner)
Student fee: £80 (excluding conference dinner)
Booking deadline 26 August 2016
Hotel Ibis Stratford is one of the closest hotels to our USS campus and also a short walk from Stratford station. For more information please email them at H3099-DM@accor.com.
USS campus is a short walk from Stratford tube station on the Central and Jubilee lines, DLR, and national rail.