Keynote Briefing Sessions

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There will be a programme of senior Keynote Addresses led by UK Ministers at Security & Policing 2020, as well as other major speakers across the event including key senior officials from the National Security Secretariat, the Home Office and other Government departments and associated agencies.


Tuesday 3 March – Keynote Schedule

10:15 Richard Alcock CBE
Chief Operating Officer, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism (OSCT)
10:30 Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu QPM
Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations of the Metropolitan Police Service and National Police Chiefs’ Council Lead for Counter Terrorism Policing
14:45 Kit Malthouse MP
Minister of State (Minister for Crime and Policing)


Wednesday 4 March – Keynote Schedule

11:30 Prof John Aston
Chief Scientific Adviser, Home Office
14:00 Lynne Owens CBE QPM
Director General of The National Crime Agency (NCA)

Other Keynotes

The Fusion Forum – Check here

Drinks Reception (Invite or Ticket Only) – Check here

Panel and Security Dinner (Invite or Ticket Only) – Check here


A key benefit of participation in S&P 2020 is to gain insight into, and help contribute to thinking and driving change in Government and Law Enforcement on the three top level themes of this year’s event: security, policing and countering terrorism.


Please note the speaker programme is subject to change.

Final timings of our Keynote Addresses will be announced shortly before the event online and will be available via Daily Highlights hand-outs across each event day.