Established over 30 years ago and having a global influence, this Home Office event is the corner-stone of the security calendar and is the only ‘closed’ event of its kind.
For the first time in its history, Security & Policing 2021 will be delivered digitally due to the impact and current restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. The continued delivery of the exhibition will ensure it remains at the forefront of the UK and international security exhibitions calendar.
The Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC), alongside our Government partners, and the Department for International Trade, UK Defence & Security Exports, are committed to delivering a world-class online event experience.
Security & Policing remains the premier platform for relevant UK suppliers to showcase the very latest equipment, training and support, to police services, Government departments, organisations and agencies from the UK and overseas. A key focus is to demonstrate the opportunities presented by innovative cutting edge technology.
The Home Office is committed to working with partners in industry and academia to develop and collaborate on the products and services needed to cut crime, prevent terrorism, detect illegal immigration and promote growth. Being able to share needs whilst gaining a better understanding of the capabilities available is a critical part of this initiative.
Security & Policing, the official Government global security event, will return as a live event for its 40th anniversary next year, between 15‐17 March 2022 at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre.
The event creates an excellent opportunity for deepening our strong security alliances around the world and for our international partners to understand and hear about the work we are doing to keep our country secure and reduce crime in the UK and overseas.
The Security & Policing event is supported and attended by Senior Government Officials. They will lead an exciting conferencing and briefing programme where you will hear from a number of Government agencies and police officers from across the UK Governments security departments.