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APCC and NPCC Partnership Summit 2020 #policeconf20

Our very successful joint summit between the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) and the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) was recently held in Westminster. 

The event brought together senior leaders, politicians, experts and decision-makers from across policing, criminal justice and other stakeholders. Over the course of the two days they had thought-provoking discussions on solving some of the most complex issues facing law enforcement. Key themes explored included: implementing a programme of recruitment for 20,000 new officers; responding to current operational challenges, including serious violence; building a smarter policing system; and ensuring a greater focus on crime prevention.

We also had keynote speeches from the Home Secretary, APCC Chair, Katy Bourne OBE and NPCC Chair, Martin Hewitt QPM, in what was an extremely busy and vibrant event. 

A huge thank you to everyone that gave up their time and made a contribution, and of course all of the sponsors event organisers.

 

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Videos from the summit

We hear from the Chairs of this year's APCC/NPCC Partnership Summit. Katy Bourne OBE, APCC Chair and Martin Hewitt QPM, NPCC Chair.
04/03/2020
Sophie Linden, APCC Joint Lead for Victims, explains how PCCs are improving the victims journey through the Criminal Justice System.
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Kim McGuinness, APCC Workforce Lead and Northumbria PCC, explains how the uplift of 20,000 officers is welcomed but comes with challenges.
04/03/2020
Dame Vera Baird DBE QC, Victims' Commissioner for England and Wales took part in a session on 'Supporting Vicitims of Serious and Major Incidents'.
04/03/2020
Keith Hunter, APCC Deputy Lead for Prevention and PCC for Humberside chaired 'Preventing crime: a whole system approach'.
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APCC Chief Executive, Susannah Hancock explains how the three minute Lightning Talks work.
04/03/2020
David Lloyd, APCC Criminal Justice Lead and PCC for Hertfordshire, chaired a session on 'Joining up the Criminal Justice System'.
04/03/2020
Lynne Owens CBE QPM, Director General, National Crime Agency was part of the panel for 'A Smarter System: Safer Communities' plenary.
04/03/2020

Tweets from around the summit

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