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Policing in the 21st Century – Renewing Confidence in Public Protection
Policing is by its very nature complex and challenging and never more so than now. Rapid technological developments, climate change, international conflict and the global pandemic are just three areas which have contributed to a societal shift which urgently require us to examine our need for better, more effective public protection by our policing services.
Whilst the majority of police do an outstanding job in demanding situations, these challenges have at times been epitomised through lapses in professionalism, failure to provide services to the right standards and concerns about the service provided to specific communities.
The model on which British policing is founded – that of public confidence and consent has been severely tested in recent times. The London Policing College 4th International Policing Conference will bring together leading academics and police practitioners from around the world to consider key issues from a global perspective.
We will be holding three workshops. The aim of these workshops is to consider how to develop the capability of the policing system within existing structures, technology, and resources to fundamentally improve performance in protective services.
- Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) – 12th July- 3pm – 5pm
- Cyber Crime and Fraud– 21st July 9:00 – 11:00
- Policing Public Protest – 25th July 9:00 – 11:00
For each of these areas we will discuss solutions to improve:
- Trust and Confidence
- Skills and technology
- Learning and Development
- Leadership (supervision)
Our discussions will be informed by:
- Police Foundation Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales
- College of Policing Future Operating Environment of Policing – key trends to 2040
- UK National Police Chiefs Councils 2021-2025 Strategic Vision
- Learning from international perspectives facilitated by the International Police Association
Together, we will search for insights and solutions to develop and enhance police effectiveness and accountability. Output from the workshops will be presented for debate at the conference in September.
Our conference is being hosted by Amazon and will be held from 13th-15th September at their headquarters in London. In addition, we will be holding an invitation-only dinner at the Grand Hall, Old Bailey on 13th September.
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The conference for 2022 has been sponsored to enable us to provide these opportunities free of charge to enhance policing. We wish to thank all our sponsors and supporters for their kind help.
We would like to thank Amazon Web Services for their support and providing the location for our conference and workshops. For more information about Amazon Web Services go to:
We would like to thank the City of London for their support providing the Central Criminal Court for our Conference dinner
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We have worked with Advantage One for the past 2 years. They are an exciting and innovative organisation and we are pleased to have them as sponsors for the conference and their engagement in our activities: