Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
National Police Chief's Council

APCC & NPCC Partnership Summit 2019

29th - 30th Oct, QEII Conference Centre, Westminster

Summit Programme 2019

Please be aware that the programme for this event is under continued development and subject to change.

Day 1: Tuesday 29th October

08.30 Registration


  • Chair, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and Martin Hewitt, Chair, National Police Chiefs’ Council

Keynote speech: Senior Cabinet Minister

10.45 Refreshment break

Plenary 1: Resources, effectiveness and efficiency

As part of the Government’s departmental spending review, policing continues to make a robust evidence-based case for resourcing the service.  This session will provide delegates with an insight into how law enforcement agencies have come together to develop and deliver the Spending Review submission and the Police Change and Improvement Plan.

12.45 Lunch

Lightning Talks



  • Specialist Capabilities
  • Workforce Reform
  • Victims

15.30 Refreshment break

Plenary 2: Operational Challenges

The operational challenges facing law enforcement are complex and changing rapidly, often as a result of political, economic, societal and technological changes and include the rise in serious violent crime and concerns around a ‘no deal’ Brexit. To ensure the topic areas are current, final details will be confirmed closer to the Summit.

17.30 Close of day one

Drinks reception and dinner

Day 2: Wednesday 30th November


Brief Welcome


Keynote speech: Shadow Home Secretary


Plenary 3: Smarter System

This session will examine the current law enforcement and criminal justice ‘ecosystem’, considering new ways of working smarter as one whole system. Issues such as leadership, structures, outcomes, technology, horizon scanning and innovation are likely to be discussed.

11.00 Refreshment break
11.30 Lightning Talks


  • Digital and Technology
  • Criminal Justice System
  • Local Policing
13.00 Lunch
14.00 Keynote speech

Plenary 4: Prevention

This session will focus on the importance of prevention, including developing the evidence base; investment in what works; and working with wider local systems partners to prevent crime from happening in the first place, including the critical role played by local policing.

15.30 Close of Summit

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