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  • Examining the progress of justice reforms one year on: key outcomes from the Transforming Our Justice White Paper
  • Putting additional funding for digital transformation pledged by the Autumn Statement to best use
  • Using courts as a resource: harnessing technology to improve the experience of all justice users
  • Understanding the scale of change that must be achieved through digital transformation through to 2020
  • Making the best use of data to make smarter judgments on justice procedures

  • Adopting a more direct approach over the design, delivery and operation of IT systems by redesigning services within a £700m budget
  • Constructing a common data platform to integrate care platforms across the business and boost capability in understanding of captured data
  • Usability vs Security: Getting the right balance right to improve organisational productivity through access
  • Creating a multi-faceted bio-metric infrastructure that will provide a range of related services such as accuracy testing, data migration and system integration

Outlining the Ministry of Justice’s long term vision – content coming soon.

  • Completing a refresh of the current client computing estate, and initiating the modernization process of the datacentre infrastructure
  • Creating a new infrastructure that allows for more remote access capabilities in order to enable increased smarter working
  • Adopting a balanced risk approach to mitigate potential risks due to the sensitivity of data being uploaded onto the cloud system
  • Building a work culture that will embrace and nurture a cloud computing culture to facilitate a smooth transition

  • Using a digital forensics service to enable officers to interpret electronic data related to criminal investigations
  • Enhancing the ability to investigate content in mobile devices in a more efficient
  • Outlining how this digital infrastructure will not only help up-skill the work force, but also improve response timings and efficiency

  • Using Big Data to predict the locations of future crimes in order to move effectively and deploy resources to prevent them
  • Promoting an organisational culture and workforce that will work effectively under accurately accumulated and analysed data
  • Outlining the impact of the Data Protection Bill and GDPR within the Justice and Crime Sector
  • Integrating data-driven insights to traditional policing expertise to enhance evidence based policing

Key Supporter Session presented by Accenture – content coming soon.

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  • Developing a specialist platform on smartphones and tablets to enhance policing outcomes
  • Using an app that can take witness statements and report stop-and-search procedures, leading to the force saving 1,000 eight-hour shifts
  • Creating an officer-led initiative that has been built with preventative technologies to accommodate the personal use of these gadgets

  • Piloting in-cell content management service in order to increase digital literacy in prisoners and lower re-offender rates
  • Creating an agile user interface for prison officers in order to facilitate better cell management
  • Deploying p-NOMIS on the move to reduce time spent on administrative tasks by prison officers

  • Anticipating the challenges of integrating data and technology of the future
  • Outlining how transformative technologies can increase accuracy and transparency within the Justice sector
  • Creating a cultural change within the Ministry of Justice in order to boost efficiency in data handling and enhance collaborative efforts with external bodies

  • Moving to a new cloud-based technology, and promoting new processes that will support automation and back office mechanisms
  • Implementing a service that will achieve greater value for money from IT systems within Government and save millions of pounds by 2020
  • Outlining how these changes will not only support civil servants, but also encourage technological competition and innovation in Britain’s tech industry