Technology has become integral to the way justice is delivered across the United Kingdom. Equipping police officers with mobile tablets, establishing court hearings via videolink for those most vulnerable, digital forensics, biometrics, in-cell technology, and entering criminal pleas online are together disrupting traditional ways of working. In addition, data across the justice sector is becoming more intelligent and accessible through big data analytics and the cloud as we continue moving towards a joined-up justice system through shared data principles.
The Modernising Justice 2017 conference brings together over 350 technology experts from across central government, courts, prisons and probation services, to set out the next steps in delivering digital transformation in the criminal justice system, for employees and users alike.
KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE
Tom Read, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Ministry of Justice
Richard Goodman, Change Director, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service
Bryan Clark, Director, Digital and Change, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service
Sarah Wilkinson, Chief Digital, Data and Information Officer, Home Office
Dave Thompson, Chief Constable, West Midlands Police
Including case studies from Cafcass, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and HMP Thameside, and wider discussion with Police ICT Company and the Information Commissioner’s Office
Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
The Queen Elizabeth II Centre is a world class, bespoke venue offering high quality facilities with fantastic views over Westminster – the perfect place to meet and do business.
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