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Conference On Policing Reform and Social Responsibility

Public Service Events : 21 September, 2010  (New Product)
The Police Federation Vice-Chairman will provide the opening address at a conference being held at the Barbican in London on Modernising Policing in the UK
Paul McKeever, chairman of the Police Federation explained that it would be "Christmas for Criminals" following the predicted government spending cuts to be announced in the comprehensive spending review in October. As many as 40,000 frontline police jobs will be at risk in the UK if expected budget cuts of 25% go ahead, whilst the Scottish Police Federation predicted that budget cuts north of the border would lead to a loss of 2,800 posts.

How will this affect communities-the link between the police and the people?

The challenge will be how to reorganise, collaborate more effectively and prioritise the core services that police can provide: will this be sustainable with these predicted cuts?

Forces must ensure value for money is achieved, efficiencies are successfully implemented and frontline staff are freed from bureaucracy and centralised targets: how will this now be possible?

At our fourth annual Modernising Policing conference we will discuss how to manage workforce change, implement lean strategies, safeguard community trust, and showcase the latest technologies and innovative solution providers.

With addresses from:

Chairman's Opening Address: Simon Reed - Vice-Chairman, Police Federation of England and Wales

HMI Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM MBA MA (Oxon) CCMI- HMI National Team, HMIC
"Sustaining Value for Money in the Police Service" Following the HMIC's report in July what progress has been made to change the way forces work and what more needs to be done in 2011?

Guest speakers Include:

Jane Furniss (confirmed) Chief Executive, The Independent Police Complaints Commission

Jan Berry (confirmed) Independent Reducing Bureaucracy Advocate

Further details of the Programme can be found online.

Places are limited to 250 and are awarded on a first come, first served basis.

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