APCC and NPCC Partnership Summit 2021 #policeconf21

APCC / NPCC Partnership Summit 2021 entitled, "Policing the public: driving performance and securing trust", was held in Westminster on the 18 and 19 November.

The event brought together senior police officers, Police and Crime Commissioners, criminal justice experts, politicians, and decision-makers from national organisations. 

Over the course of the two days, there were thought-provoking and challenging discussions on the major issues affecting law enforcement and justice, including violence against women and girls, police performance indicators, court backlogs and trust and confidence in the police service among Black people.

The Summit arrived at a pivotal moment in policing and panel sessions among key note speakers were topical, provoking interesting debate and impassioned discussion on and off the stage.

Journalist, BBC newsreader and presenter, Clive Myrie was the Summit Facilitator: "What an amazing, interesting, stimulating, frank conversation we've had about policing, consent and public trust"


Videos from the summit

Marc Jones, APCC Chair and Joint Chair of the Summit

APCC/NPCC Partnership Summit Day One sum-up.

Highlights from Day One of the APCC/NPCC Summit 2021

Day One Summit highlights video.

Martin Hewitt, Joint Chair of the APCC/NPCC Partnership Summit

Day One sum-up from NPCC Chair and Joint Summit Chair.

Clive Myrie, Summit Facilitator

Clive Myrie sums up Day One of the Summit.

Andrea Simon, Director End Violence Against Women

Andrea Simon, gives her views on the VAWG session.

Dame Vera Baird QC, Victims' Commissioner for England & Wales

The Victims' Commissioner on VAWG.

Deputy Chief Constable Maggie Blyth

Maggie is the new NPCC Lead on VAWG.

Festus Akinbusoye, PCC for Bedfordshire

Festus Akinbusoye gives his thoughts on the Summit.

Alison Hernandez, PCC for Devon and Cornwall

Alison Hernandez was part of the session on police performance and trust.

Tweets from around the summit