Conference: How to use innovative ideas in everyday policing

Bookings for our annual conference are now open

This year's annual College conference will be for police who want to incorporate innovative ideas into their everyday work.

There will be expert speakers and workshops on problem solving, new technology and crime prevention, with the aim of developing practical benefits for officers and police staff.

We asked College members to suggest themes for the event and received a large number of responses, but the successful entry came from Clive Dempster in the Metropolitan Police, who suggested a theme of creativity and innovation in policing.

You can get more information and a booking form on the College website.

Date: Thursday, 23 November 2017
Location: College of Policing, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry, CV8 3EN
Cost: £30 for members of the College of Policing (which is free to sign up to if you are an officer or police staff) and £60 for all other attendees.

  • You are also invited to attend the 'Policing the Community' conference and Community Awards 2017 at Cavendish Square in London from 9.30am to 4.30pm on Wednesday 8 November.

The event, organised by Howard League for Penal Reform, will explore best practice in policing and diverting children and adults from crime and custody.
The conference will also include this year's Community Awards, recognising the country's most successful community projects at discouraging people from a life of crime.
For more details visit the Howard League's website.

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