Security & Policing 2020 presents the ideal setting to truly learn about the innovations, policies and equipment available. A range of dedicated features run along side the extensive exhibition, making this a completely immersive experience for both visitors and exhibitors alike.
Hear from senior officials from government departments, police and agencies. Full details to be announced soon – check out last year’s speaker programme here for what to expect.
Drop in and talk to representatives from government and agencies about topics relating to their work.
Future Technology Immersive Features
The Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) will host a fully immersive, visually stimulating mix of virtual reality, special effects and video displays. Full details to be announced soon – check out last year’s Immersive Feature highlights here for what to expect.
See projects and programmes within departments and agencies come to life.
Brand new for 2020, The Fusion Forum is an interactive and accessible ‘theatre’ on the exhibition floor, promoting new and integrated ways to delivering security solutions across government, industry and academia. It will incorporate a blend of keynote addresses, fusion panel sessions and live challenges.
Returning even bigger in 2020, join us on Wednesday 4 March for an evening of discussion and networking at the second annual Security & Policing Dinner, sponsored by QinetiQ. The evening will begin with a thought leadership panel discussion dedicated to the theme of Countering the improper use of Drones and will end with a keynote speech delivered by the Director General of the Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Tom Hurd.
The award recognises the innovative capabilities and services developed by UK security companies. See the finalists pitching their solutions at the show.
The official evening reception takes place onsite making this an ideal setting to network with international delegations and UK officials.