Excellence in policing conference

16 September 2019 - 17 September 2019
College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry, CV8 3EN
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'Better choices: the prognosis for policing'

As the title suggests, this year's annual conference will explore insights that enable us to provide services in the face of changing demands.  The event will be geared to challenge conventional thinking, capitalise on technological advances, and equip people to develop genuine insights to inform their choices.

The four conference themes are:

  •   Insights about demands, resources and cost
  •    Insights from data and analytics
  •    Insights from and about people
  •  Implications for planning and performance

The conference will bring together some of the most influential figures in policing, subject specialists, private sector partners and experts from other sectors to offer an informative, stimulating and thought-provoking programme

Speaker detail

​Confirmed plenary speakers:

  • Martin Hewitt QPM, Chair of the NPCC
  • Bill Skelly, Chief Constable, Lincolnshire Police and NPCC lead for Performance Management
  • Mike Cunningham QPM, CEO of the College of Policing
  • Zoë Billingham, Her Majesty's Inspector, HMICFRS
  • Keith Hunter, PCC for Humberside and APCC Lead for Local Policing & Partnerships
  • Andy Rhodes QPM, Chief Constable, Lancashire Constabulary and NPCC lead for Wellbeing
  • Peter Kawalek, Professor of Information Management, Loughborough University
  • Lee Mooney, Director of Data Insights and Decision Technology, City Football Group (incorporating Manchester City FC)
  • Tracey Brown OBE, Director of Sense about Science
  • Professor Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health, Wigan Council
  • Dr Monica Franco-Santos, Reader in Organisational Governance, Cranfield University
  • Robin Fackrell FRCP, Head of Medicine, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust

There will also be a wide range of breakout presentations and workshops led by subject specialists.

Execellence in policing (EIP) events are not always open to delegates from commercial organisations, bur the organisers will consider applications from organisations that are working with the service and wish to contribute to discussions about the future of policing. Please see the conference website for details of the conference packages available and delegate fees.

Preferential rates are available for police organisations and public sector delivery partners.


View the most up to date version of the EIP programme.

Contact Details

Download the registration form for EIP19 

For further information contact: Events@College.pnn.police.uk


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