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Public Order Policing Conference - Wednesday 29th October 2014 - Central London


 
PRLog - Aug. 28, 2014 - LONDON -- With continuously increasing challenges to ensure order at major high-risk crowd events, police forces are exploring new approaches to developing strategic cooperation, streamline costs and create an evidence based approach to the policing of large public events.

At Capita’s national Public Order Policing Conference you will hear from expert speakers and innovative forces offering novel strategies around maximising your constabulary’s resources and capabilities in this area. Take this opportunity to share ideas with a range of senior police representatives on the key issues facing public order strategists and officers with expert-led presentations, best practice case studies, panel discussions, networking and question and answer sessions.

Expert speakers:

Chair: Professor Dave Waddington
,Head of the Communication and Computing Research Centre (CCRC),Sheffield Hallam University

Keynote: Paul Brandon,Deputy Chief Constable,Kent Police

Keynote: Christopher Armitt,Assistant Chief Constable,Merseyside Police

Baljeet Ubhey OBE,Chief Crown Prosecutor, London , Crown Prosecution Service

Gavin McMillan, Body Worn Video Lead, Hampshire Constabulary

George Thomas,Barrister, Serjeants Inn Chambers

Dr Clifford Stott, Principal Research Fellow, University of Leeds

Contact
Andy Wills
***@capita.co.uk

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Source:Capita Conferences
Location:London City - London, Greater - United Kingdom
Industry:Government
Tags:capita conferences, Public Order Policing, Body Worn Videos, police resources, Streamline Costs
Last Updated:Aug 28, 2014
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