Security & Policing 2021 Preview

An unmissable virtual showcase of future technologies

Security & Policing – the official Government global security event – will be held online this year between 9-11 March 2021, offering a world-class opportunity to meet, network and discuss the latest advances in delivering national security and resilience with UK suppliers, UK Government officials and senior decision makers across law enforcement and security from the UK and overseas.

Hosted by the Home Office’s Joint Security & Resilience Centre (JSaRC), the three-day, online, closed event will give approved visitors and exhibitors access to an innovative, digital event experience from the comfort and safety of their own workspace, at a time when we cannot meet in person.

75 ADS members and Special Interest Groups will be exhibiting at the event, which is set to host over 6,500 Home Office approved visitors and just under 200 leading UK industry and Government exhibitors.

Speaking ahead of the event, the Head of JSaRC, Angela Essel, said: “Moving into its 39th year, Security and Policing 2021 will continue to enable and facilitate engagement between industry, academia and Government.

“As your hosts since 2019, myself and the JSaRC team are committed to providing a platform for the sharing of government’s thinking and the showcasing solutions for National Security. The show programme, delivered this year via an exciting digital platform, will be filled with keynote presentations from senior Government and law enforcement officials, features such as our very own Government Zone and the highly accoladed Fusion Forum.”

Video: What to expect at Security & Policing 2021

JSaRC and Government partners are committed to working with industry and academia to bring the very best of Security & Policing (S&P) online this March, to enable the UK security and resilience sector to continue to develop and collaborate on the products, services and capabilities needed to cut crime, prevent terrorism, detect illegal immigration and promote growth.

Security & Policing presents the ideal setting to learn about the innovation, policies and equipment available to respond to the latest and future security challenges and threats. This year in response to the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing to evolve security and policing through innovation, centred around event’s three core themes of Resilience, Recovery and Rebuild.

 

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A secure and innovative online event experience

This is not just your average webinar event. S&P 2021 will be hosted via an innovative, secure and interactive digital platform, with networking functionality and virtual exhibition halls that will ensure engagement between exhibitors, key stakeholders, international participants, police services and Government departments remains at the heart of the event.

Approved visitors will have access to an extensive programme of scheduled and on-demand video content and keynotes led by senior UK Government officials as well as other major speakers across virtual auditoriums.

 

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Gather leading insight from online keynotes and sessions

The fully interactive virtual exhibition hall will showcase best in class solutions from leading UK exhibitors, allowing attendees to navigate virtual stands and search for companies, personnel, products, services and capabilities of interest via keyword search functionality and themed groups of exhibitors.

 

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An interactive, virtual exhibition with just under 200 leading UK industry and Government exhibitors

Core to previous Security & Policing event, the online platform will offer ample networking opportunities with UK and international approved visitors and exhibitors across the event. Networking functionality includes advanced and categorised search functionality, 1:1 meetings, video conferencing, instant messaging and dedicated networking areas.

 

Digital-Networking

Network and connect with an exclusive audience of over 6,500 approved attendees

 

Attendees can gain online access and exposure to senior decision makers and policy developers in Government via a dedicated virtual Government networking and showcase zone, where you can engage with officials and operational staff from 19f UK Government organisations.

 

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Access and engage with 19 Government organisations in a dedicated Government Zone

 

Returning by popular demand after launching last year, the virtual Fusion Forum will offer leading insight and promote new and integrated ways to delivering security solutions across Government, Industry and Academia. It will include a range of exciting video content incorporating a blend of keynote addresses, fusion panel sessions and industry challenges.

New for 2021, JSaRC is also collaborating with other Government departments to create an interactive JSaRC Industry Showcase feature in the event, which will provide an integrated demonstration of various innovative security solutions, brought together under one overarching narrative on the COVID-19 related theme of ‘Resilience, Recovery and Rebuild’.

 

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Explore innovative products and security solutions in the JSaRC Industry Showcase

 

Head of JSaRC, Angela Essel, said: “Throughout the show, our focus will be on the provision of opportunities, for visitors and exhibitors alike, that will provide world-class practical solutions to address security, aid recovery, promote growth and stimulate innovation. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone there!”

 

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You can read the full digital Event Preview Guide here

 

Security & Policing 2021 remains a closed event, with all visitors subject to visitor criteria and Home Office approval.

You can find out more and apply to register to attend for free at www.securityandpolicing.co.uk.

Visitor registration closes Friday 5 March, 17:00 GMT.

For those that are already attending, you can also get prepared for the event by watching this Visitor Top Tips video:

 

Attendees can also come and say hello on the ADS stand!

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ADS Members at S&P 2021
Academic RiSC
Airbus
Angoka
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Beechwood Equipment Ltd
Blighter Surveillance Systems Ltd
Blue Lights Digital
borwell
Candy Group
CBRN UK
CCL Solutions Group-Evidence Talks
CDS Support
CellMetric Ltd
cellXion
Chess Dynamics
Claresys Ltd
Counter-EO
CTSF
Datactics
Domo Tactical Communications
DPAC (ADS)
Drone Evolution
Eagle Eye Innovations
Enterprise Control Systems
Exfo Home Security Ltd
Fischer Connectors Ltd
Flare Bright
Forsberg Services
Foster & Freeman
Futurum Consultancy and Training
GWSim Ltd
HENSOLDT
Invest NI
Jenoptik Traffic Solutions
Juma Communications
Kirintec
Landguard Systems Limited
Leidos Innovations
Leonardo
Level Peaks Associates
Liteye UK Ltd
Metis Aerospace Ltd
MS Instruments
Network Innovations
NP Aerospace
Operational Solutions
Ovation Systems Ltd
Overview Ltd
Panoptech
Pervade Software
Police Box (Helimedia)
Providence Global
Qinetiq
Roke Manor Research
Sabre Global UK
Scanna
SeeQuestor Limited
Seven Technologies Group
SGW Safety & Security
Smith Myers Communications Ltd
Sonic Communications
Sopra Steria
Splunk Services UK
Sure Antenna (SFL Mobile Radio)
Surevine
Survitec Group
Symetrica Security Ltd
Systemware Europe
Teledyne e2v
Thales
The Lava Group
Thermoteknix Systems Ltd
Videosoft
VLM Technology
Vortex Communications Ltd