Roads Policing Conference prepares to welcome record number of attendees
27 January 2016
Excitement builds ahead of the 2016 PFEW/NPCC National Roads Policing Conference & Exhibition (28-29 January), as a record number of delegates prepare to make their way to Hinckley Island, Leicestershire for two days of engaging talks, lively discussions and interesting exhibitions.
The theme of this year’s 10th annual event is 'Roads Policing – The Future?' Speakers include:
Andrew Jones - Under-Secretary for Transport
CC Suzette Davenport (The Journey So Far…)
Mark Aldred QC (Witness Or Suspect – A Legal View)
PCC David Jamieson (PCC Roads Policing Vision)
Dr Helen Wells (PCCs and Roads Policing: Demands and Responses)
Insp Craig Clifton (Police Pursuits – Tactical Options)
Supt Paul Keasey CMPG (Operation Trivium)
The event offers an important opportunity for policing professionals
from across England and Wales to interact and develop their knowledge
and awareness at both an operational and strategic level. Attendees mix
learning with discussion, and are able to network with key people from
around the UK - all of whom have an interest making a significant
contribution to policing the roads.
On Thursday evening (28 January), the conference is proud to present the Outstanding Contribution to Road Policing Award for individuals judged to have made the most “meritorious and outstanding” contribution to the roads policing portfolio during the last twelve months. Follow the announcements live on Twitter and look out for a full report on our news page.
Thank you to our conference sponsor, the Motor Insurers’ Bureau, and to Irwin Mitchell LLP for sponsoring the Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing Award.
For more information on the event, visit the Roads Police Conference page.