Novel crime forms, shifting societal dynamics, and security threats have made police forces revisit their operational directives and prepare their forces to stay ahead of criminals. Intense traumatic crime scenes also impact the overall physical and mental well-being of officers enabling them to face future challenging situations.
Covering pressing issues that will drive the sector in the coming years, the Police Innovation & Resilience Conference will convene senior police leaders, transport safety officials, and security experts to underline the role of innovation in policing and lay the foundation for enhancing organisational resilience, officer wellbeing, and creating equitable and diverse global police forces.
Tuesday 7 March 2023
Enhancing traffic enforcement in the age of autonomous vehicles
Vision Zero 2025: leveraging data analytics and community programmes to improve road safety
Wednesday 8 March 2023
Trust, fairness, and resilience: the evolving dynamics of police leadership
Integrating agility and resilience in police forces to enhance organisational and community happiness
Nurturing competent forensic teams: enhancing forensic research and development skillsets amongst police and law enforcement agencies
The impact of climate change on policing and law enforcement
Managing trauma in police and law enforcement: supporting officer wellbeing for organisational development
Revamping leadership paradigms: challenges and opportunities facing women in policing and law enforcement
Fostering gender equality in public security: Strategies to empower women in frontline operations across policing, law enforcement, and criminal justice
Gender-supportive organisational frameworks to recruit and retain women in policing
Thursday 9 March 2023
Fostering future-ready police forces: embracing innovation to promote novelty in police operations
Putting into practice: proven predictive policing programmes to enhance public safety and security
Policing in the age of metaverse: extended reality as an enabler of future community engagements and police training
Redefining police leadership in the age of innovation
Evolving socio-economic contexts have brought significant change to law enforcement around the world. With technology taking the centre stage, how can police and law enforcement leaders adopt innovative approaches to remain better prepared for the future? How can police leaders transform existing standards and strategies to mitigate changing crime forms and gain community trust? And what must police leaders do today to embrace innovation to gain greater insights into public safety and security?