Digital Justice & Policing 2022
Accelerating the modernisation of justice services in scotland
13 October 2022 - UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE, GLASGOW
With case backlogs still impacting the delivery of services, a packed full-day programme will feature the latest technologies that are helping to address capacity, improve user experience and build confidence in platforms that have been spun up in response to Covid.
As the pressures of the pandemic continue to ease, we analyse how centuries old systems have been irreversibly changed for the better and how the next wave of innovation will help join up the Courts, Government, Police and Victims' groups. Hear how the national 'recover, renew and transform' approach is being supported by an ongoing revolution in frontline policing - from digital forensics, evidence sharing and drones to body worn video.
As well as assessing the maturity and implementation of digital programmes across the justice sector, we will review the cultural, leadership and skills challenges facing individuals and organisations as they embed complex service adaptations designed to improve the experience for ordinary people interacting with justice services in Scotland.
Understand digital transformation and data sharing projects such as the intra-agency Digital Evidence Sharing Capability (DESC).
Hear how investment in technology is helping police to modernise frontline service delivery, using data-driven innovation, smart devices and cloud-based platforms.
Join the debate on advancing control room capabilities, including Artificial Intelligence and facial recognition alongside a range of community safety approaches.
Fiona CameronHead of Justice Transformation Delivery
The Scottish Government
Professor Liz AstonDirector
Scottish Institute for Policing Research
Laura Paton HM Chief Inspector of Prosecution
HM Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland
DCI Alisdair HallSpecialist Crime Division – Intelligence Support
Chief Superintendent Matt RichardsOperational Change and Resilience
Colin KirwanIntelligence Consultant
Keith DargieHead of Business Services and Chief Information and Digital Officer
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
Nigel IronsideHead of Digital Services
Scottish Prison Service
Dr Brian PlastowScottish Biometrics Commissioner
Scottish Biometrics Commissioner
Ian WilliamsSenior Client Director
John ChealSolutions & Propositions Director, Justice & Policing
Prof. Fraser SampsonBiometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner
Diego QuirozOperations Manager
Scottish Biometrics Commissioner
Prof. Nancy LoucksChief Executive Officer
Irakli BeridzeHead of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)
Kate WallaceChief Executive
Victim Support Scotland
Professor William WebsterDirector & Professor of Public Policy and Management
CRISP & University of Stirling
Martin TaylorDeputy Chief Executive Officer
David TonksDigital Transformation Consultant (Justice & Policing)
Declan Doyle Head of Ethical Hacking & Client Services
Cyber and Fraud Centre - Scotland
Ian HolmesUK Head of Public Safety
Barry RedmondTechnical Solutions Architect
13 October 2022 | Session One: Justice Transformation
Refreshments & networking
Transforming services for victims, witnesses and users of the Scottish justice system
Harnessing the power of technology to drive operational efficiencies and better outcomes in policing
Ensuring justice services are inclusive and designed around the needs of victims and witnesses
AI in law enforcement: Friend or foe?
Expert Panel: Using digital technology to join up and improve the experience of interacting with the justice system
Refreshments & Networking
13 October 2022 | Session Two & Three: Parallel Masterclass Sessions
Capita with Police Scotland – How data helped police COP26
DCI Alisdair Hall explains how Police Scotland harnessed the massive power of open source data to ensure COP26 ran smoothly. Colin Kirwan, Intelligence Consultant at Capita, will then demonstrate how the solution easily analyses a wide range social media platforms and open data environments to provide you with the information that matters most.
AI: Friend or Foe to Public Safety
While AI continues to play an ever-increasing role in our daily lives, concerns with the technology still linger in Public Safety, based on confusion over;
· What AI is.
· How it works.
· What it will mean for the people who use it.
A Digital Welcome for Citizens
Our increasingly digital always-on world is transforming the way governments connect to citizens on a daily basis. Previous ways of working have been redefined. Come join us as we discuss how we can inject citizen interactions in business and justice workflows. We will discuss two customer cases, The Irish Prison Service and Scottish Courts.
Prepare your organisation to defend against cyber threats
The micro exercise session combines several fundamental aspects of cyber security with additional, broader cyber security learnings to ensure all organisations, regardless of their sector or level of cyber knowledge, can benefit and learn about:
1. Ensuring password security
2. Identifying and reporting phishing emails
3. Connecting securely during remote work
4. Responding to a ransomware attack
Lunch & Networking
13 October 2022 | Session Four: Leadership Streams: Policing and Justice Innovation; Technology Transforming Lives
Policing & Justice Innovation: Technology on the frontline for policing, courts and justice services
Technology Transforming Lives: Dialling up digital to boost rehabilitation, reduce reoffending and improve victims' and witnesses' experience of the justice system
Afternoon refreshments & networking
13 October 2022 | Session Five: The Future of Justice Technology
The Future of Justice Technology
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