Digital Justice & Policing 2024

Accelerating The Modernisation Of Justice Services In Scotland

Date: Tuesday 8 October 2024
Venue: University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow
Conference Timings: 08:30 – 16:30

TICKET PRICES

Government Organisations: Free of charge

Non-Government Organisations: £99

Commercial Organisations: £299

The above prices are for our early bird tickets. As we get closer in time to the conference, the ticket fees will be increased.

Digital and data are transforming the way we deliver justice services in Scotland, from an enhanced user experience for victims and witnesses, to better coordination of evidence between policing and the courts.

Digital Justice & Policing 2024 will bring together stakeholders from across the justice landscape, to work out the next steps for a system that is remaking itself in the digital age.

Digital Justice & Policing is the largest gathering for digital justice practitioners in Scotland, where stakeholders gather to hear how investment in technology is helping the police and courts to modernise frontline service delivery, from data-driven innovation and smart devices to cloud-based platforms.

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Digital Justice & Policing 2024 is fully accredited by The CPD Group, the largest accreditation body in the UK. If you attend you will qualify for 8 CPD credits. For more information click here.

2023 Speakers

2024 speakers to be announced soon


Assistant Chief of Police
Miami Police Department

Head of Justice Transformation
The Scottish Government

Chief Digital & Information Officer
Police Scotland

Detective Inspector
Police Scotland

Programme Director (DESC)
Police Scotland

Head of Digital Design, Architecture and Innovation
Scottish Courts & Tribunals Service

Professor Emeritus
University of Edinburgh

Director
Scottish Institute for Policing Research

Lecturer in Digital Methods
University of Edinburgh

Head of Business Services and Chief Information and Digital Officer
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

Chief Data Officer
Police Scotland

Chief Solution Architect
Leidos

Operations Manager
Scottish Biometrics Commissioner

Chief Executive
Victim Support Scotland

Business Development Manager
Hexagon Security, Infrastructure and Geospatial Division

Director & Professor of Public Policy and Management
CRISP & University of Stirling

Account Director UK
Axon Public Safety UK

Chief Sales Officer
MSAB

Account Executive for Police
Salesforce

2023 Agenda

2024 agenda coming soon

7 November 2023 | Session One (2023): Transforming Justice Services

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM

Registration & networking

9:00 AM – 9:10 AM

Welcome and Chair’s opening remarks


Professor Liz Aston
Scottish Institute for Policing Research
9:10 AM – 9:25 AM

Digital Strategy & Capability

Technology adoption as the future of policing in Scotland


Andrew Hendry
Police Scotland
9:25 AM – 9:45 AM

‘We don’t make arrests because an algorithm tells us to’

How a US police force uses artificial intelligence-driven facial recognition to assist officers in criminal investigations


AC Armando R. Aguilar
Miami Police Department
9:45 AM – 10:00 AM

Questions from the audience


Andrew Hendry
Police Scotland

AC Armando R. Aguilar
Miami Police Department
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Expert Panel: Technology improving justice access, experience and outcomes for victims and witnesses


Fiona Cameron
The Scottish Government

Keith Dargie
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

Ian Carrie
Scottish Courts & Tribunals Service

Kate Wallace
Victim Support Scotland
11:00 AM – 11:20 AM

Refreshments & networking

7 November 2023 | Session Two (2023): Parallel Masterclass Sessions

11:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Re-imagining collaboration between public safety and smart cities

The future of smart cities is collaboration, rooted in connected data communities. By 2050, two out of three people will live in urban areas, according to United Nations population experts. When it comes to saving lives, the information public safety agencies need to receive and share with internal teams, partners, neighbouring agencies, and the communities they serve will be crucial.


Klaus Dalgaard
Hexagon Security, Infrastructure and Geospatial Division
11:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Transforming the citizen journey across police and justice

Explore a paradigm shift in citizen engagement with two police forces and Salesforce. Delve into the innovative use of market-leading Salesforce technology, witnessing how it revolutionises every touchpoint for the victim and witness. Discover the seamless journey from initial contact to final resolution, shaping a transformative narrative that redefines and elevates the citizen experience across the Criminal Justice System.


Andy Doran
Salesforce
11:50 AM – 12:00 PM

Transition

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Digital forensics for victims & witnesses: How to stop the ‘technology’ tail from wagging the ‘operational’ dog

A review of digital forensics by the ICO in 2020, showed a lack of sensitivity towards victim and witness data privacy. In response, new features were developed for proportional searches on mobile phones to enhance user experiences. Learn how these features can be used to speed up justice and provide reassurance, particularly for victims of rape and serious sexual offences.


Mike Dickinson
MSAB
12:30 PM – 1:25 PM

Lunch & networking

7 November 2023 | Session Three (2023): Leadership Streams

1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

How are criminal justice partners responding to the challenges and opportunities of artificial intelligence, data analytics and automation?


Keith Dargie
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

Prof. Charles Raab
University of Edinburgh

Denis Hamill
Police Scotland

Mark Watson
Leidos
1:25 PM – 2:45 PM

Digital forensics and investigations: Policing the new frontline with powerful assistive technologies and techniques


Andy Maclean
Police Scotland

Damian Armstrong
Police Scotland

Ben Collier
University of Edinburgh

Mike Riordan
Axon Public Safety UK
2:45 PM – 3:05 PM

Refreshments & networking

7 November 2023 | Session Four (2023): The Future of Justice Technology

3:05 PM – 4:25 PM

A brave new world for justice and policing

Ensuring new technologies in justice and policing are equitable and command public trust


Diego Quiroz
Scottish Biometrics Commissioner

AC Armando R. Aguilar
Miami Police Department

Professor William Webster
CRISP & University of Stirling
4:25 PM

Conference Close

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