We are pleased to announce a brand new ‘tabletop’ showcase exhibition where companies can demonstrate their innovative capabilities to law enforcement agencies with a view to helping them meet the demanding and rapidly-evolving challenges they face today.
The event will be opened by the Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), Martin Hewitt, and a significant number of other senior stakeholders and programme managers in law enforcement from across the country are being invited to engage with our exhibiting companies and their capability displays. Vice President for the Security Sector at ADS, Elizabeth Sheldon, will host the event and welcome guests on the day.
The Policing landscape in the UK remains complex and difficult to navigate. The number and diversity of Forces and decision-makers can mean that innovative companies can find it challenging to understand opportunities for engagement and meet with potential customers. As the UK security sector represented by ADS possesses a range of world-leading, innovative solutions that can help tackle all forms of crime facing law enforcement and society today, the Policing Capability and Innovation Showcase of 2019 has been designed to bring together those who understand the challenges most deeply with those who have the potential solutions.
Companies possessing innovative capabilities that can support the full spectrum of UK law enforcement objectives, both now and in the future, are strongly encouraged to exhibit. We expect a particular interest this year in capabilities that can help to address, amongst other issues, the well documented challenges of violent crime, fraud and cyber threats, the protection of officers in the line of duty, policing interoperability, and how to mitigate disruption arising from the hostile use of drones.
Potential exhibitors may wish to take account of the NPCC’s ‘Policing Vision 2025’, which has been signed up to by all Chief Constables and PCCs, College of Policing, National Crime Agency, staff associations and other policing and community partners. This states that policing capabilities should be designed to give value for money through a range of models for service delivery and that there should be a standardising of functions where appropriate.
In addition, the NPCC operates the Specialist Capabilities Programme, which aims to manage high-end capabilities in a more effective manner and is currently working across capability areas including cyber; intelligence analysis and assessment; internet intelligence and investigation; forensic investigations; and surveillance.
WHO SHOULD EXHIBIT:
Relevant for companies of all sizes and to be delivered in a tabletop format, this showcase has been designed to bring innovative companies together in one location to demonstrate to senior leaders in law enforcement that the UK security sector has the solutions to their various challenges. Reflecting the recently renewed, high profile emphasis on policing policy and recognition of the need for associated capability development, interested companies are encouraged to book soon to avoid disappointment.
Options and prices
|PSE London 2019 - table top||£695.00|
|PSE London 2019 - ADS non-member management fee||
|PSE London 2019 - additional staff member||£35.00|