26 November 2019
|9.30 - 9.45||Registration and refreshments|
|9.45 - 10.00||Opening remarks and welcome address|
|10.00 - 10.45||Opening address|
|Sir George Hamilton QPM, former Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland - 'Reflections on a career in community policing in Northern Ireland'
|10.45 - 11.15||Professor Ian Loader, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford 'What happened to the fear of crime'|
|11.15 - 11.35||Refreshments|
|11.35 - 12.05||Professor Ben Bradford, Director, Institute for Global City Policing, UCL Jill Dando Institute for Security and Crime Science - 'Trust and legitimacy as assets in a rapidly changing environment'
Professor Bradford will outline some recent work which suggests public trust and police legitimacy provide an important source of support in a period where rapid change can seem to threaten the consent upon which the British model of policing relies.
|12.05 - 12.35||Olivia Pinkney, Chief Constable, Hampshire Constabulary / National Lead - Children and Young People - 'Improving the confidence of children and young people in the police'|
|12.35 - 13.35||Lunch|
|13.35 - 14.35||Break-out sessions I (concurrent)|
|Break-out A||Susan Ritchie, Director, Mutual Gain 'Observations and reflections on police attempts to build social capital. How can we use our learning to ensure impact?'|
|Break-out B||Prof Mike Rowe, Northumbria University (and colleagues) 'Rethinking police visibility'
|Break-out C||Richard James, Managing Director, Intensive Engagement 'A 'not-so-evidence-based' rapid review of neighbourhood policing progress'
An ambitious, energetic and interactive rapid evidence review - to analyse, evaluate, summarise and make recommendations on the future threats and opportunities of neighbourhood policing.
|14.35 - 14.50||Refreshments|
|14.50 - 15.50||Break-out sessions II (concurrent)|
|Break-out D||Dr Megan O'Neill, Associate Director, Scottish Institute for Policing, University of Dundee - 'Conditions, Actions and Purpose (CAP): A dynamic model of Community Policing in Europe'
What are the core elements of community policing and how are they played out across uniquely different settings? This break-out will explore a framework for the three core elements of community policing.
|Break-out E||Rachel York, Social Media Operations Lead, NPCC - 'Engaging with Children and young people – A new approach'
This session will look at the NPCCs Social Media project to improve the way the police engage with children and young people.
|Break-out F||Dr Paul Quinton, Evidence and Evaluation Adviser, College of Policing - 'Developing guidance on community engagement'
This session will discuss the College's new approach to developing evidence-based guidance, using two recent examples on community engagement.
|15.50 - 16.50||Andy Higgins, Research Director, The Police Foundation 'Public attitudes to police priorities' with responses from Sophie Linden, Deputy Mayor, Policing and Crime, London, David Lloyd, PCC for Hertfordshire and Keith Hunter, PCC for Humberside|
|16.50 - 16.55||Closing remarks from the Chair|
|16.55 onwards||Drinks and canapes|
This programme may be subject to change