17th Annual EIP Conference

Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th October 2017

College of Policing Conference Centre, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry

“Vital Signs”

As the title suggests, this year’s EIP Conference will be exploring the ‘Vital Signs’ that help us monitor the health of our organisations and our readiness to meet current and future challenges. In doing so it will consider the insights that we can gain through having access to unprecedented amounts of information and ask how they can be used to plan organisational development and operational activity.

Please click here to view the outline programme.

The programme will continue to be refined and developed over the coming weeks and regularly updated on this site. Plenary speakers include:

• Sara Thornton CBE QPM, Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council
• Sir Thomas Winsor, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services
• Simon Edens QGM QPM, Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police and NPCC Lead for Performance Management
• Stephen Mold, APCC lead for Standards of Policing
• Andy Rhodes QPM, Chief Constable of Lancashire Constabulary and National Lead for Wellbeing and Engagement
• Robert Leach, Chief Executive of the Police ICT Company
• Zoë Billingham, Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services
• Alex Connock, Researcher and Media Entrepreneur
• Nick Hurd MP, Minister of State for Policing and the Fire Service
• Craig Mackey QPM, Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service

In addition to the wide range of influential plenary presenters, the conference will include approximately 24 breakout presentations, case studies and workshops delivered by subject experts from within and external to the police service; all augmented by relevant trade exhibitors.

EIP17 is organised around four key themes:
• Demands for services
• Insights from information
• People and accountability
• Organisational development and change

The conference will be of particular relevance to chief officers, operational commanders and senior managers with leadership roles, particularly those concerned with organisational and workforce development, change management and performance. The content will also be suited to PCCs and their senior staff wishing to gain deeper insights to the current policing landscape.

With the continued focus on the integration of public services, the conference would be pleased to welcome colleagues from other emergency services, health, local government and third sector organisations. To make EIP17 as accessible as possible, police and public/third sector organisations will benefit from a subsidised delegate rate of £350 for the full two-day conference, which includes overnight accommodation and a place at the conference dinner. Day delegate packages are also available.

Private sector organisations who are working with the police, or aspiring to do so, are welcome to apply for delegate places at EIP17 but, due to limited capacity, the organisers regret that they can only initially consider one application per organisation. Additional applications may be submitted and will be held on a reserve list that will be reviewed approximately 3 weeks prior to the event. Applications from non-police organisations are subject to security clearance procedures.

Registration forms for EIP17 can now be downloaded from our bookings page.

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