Welcome to the official website for Excellence in Policing Events run by the National Police Chiefs’ Council Performance Management Coordination Committee

EIP conferences are run ‘by the service, for the service’ through the National Police Chiefs’ Council Performance Management Coordination Committee, working in close association with the Workforce and Finance & Resources Coordination Committees, and with support from the College of Policing.

EIP – Keeping you up to date

Many people involved in the management and delivery of policing have come to regard EIP conferences as one of the most valuable forums for keeping up to date with developments and gaining insights into what the future holds. Some of the most influential figures in UK policing share current thinking and subject experts contribute a wide range of case studies and ideas as to how quality policing can be delivered in a challenging economic environment.

The EIP planning team continues to work hard to deliver the best possible value for money without compromising the quality and content of the events. The objective is to make EIP conferences as accessible as possible for police forces, stakeholders, regulators and government departments.

EIP events are not always open to delegates from commercial organisations, but where places are made available, the organisers will consider applications from organisations that are working with the service and wish to contribute to discussions about the future of policing.

Enquiries about sponsoring EIP Events should be directed to the official EIP Media Partner: Paul Lander, Managing Editor, Police Professional; Tel: 0333 320 8004 paull@policeprofessional.com.

EIP Spring Event on Monday 18th March 2019

A one-day EIP event will be held on Monday 18th March at the College of Policing Conference Centre, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry. This event is restricted to personnel from UK police organisations.

This year’s Spring Event will focus on cost, addressing a number of key questions:

What is the difference between police and policing?

What does the police contribution to policing cost?

How to establish costs: good, bad and indifferent activity-based costing

What services are/should be provided?

How can we establish and predict the need for services?

In terms of wellbeing, what is cost the police and others to provide policing

The difference and relationship between…

a. cost and risk

b. cost and value

c. cost and efficiency

d. efficiency and saving

e. cost and effectiveness

f. efficiency and effectiveness [and legitimacy]

Participants can expect, insightful contributions from subject experts, HMICFRS and a leading academic, to help inform a series of round table discussions. Key issues from the day will be developed further at EIP annual conference in September.

Two places at the Spring Event have been allocated to all UK police forces and additional invitations are being sent to key personnel representing NPCC Coordination Committees, the College of Policing, HMICFRS and APCC portfolio leads.

To help cover costs a nominal charge of £50 per delegate will be made to attend this event.

EIP Annual Conference 2019 – Dates announced

EIP19 will be held at the College of Policing Conference Centre, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th September and is now open for registrations. Please visit the bookings page for more information about the packages available and to download a booking form.

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