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A key benefit of participation in Security & Policing is to gain insight and help contribute to thinking and driving change in Government and Law Enforcement on the three top level themes of this year’s event: Protecting People, Places and Prosperity.

Security & Policing attendees can access an extensive programme of online senior keynotes led by senior UK Government officials, policing officials and industry speakers.

View last year’s Keynote Briefings Schedule 2021:

Tuesday 9 March 2021
10:00-10:10 KEYNOTE
The Rt Hon Priti Patel MP, Secretary of State for the Home Department
14:00-14:30 KEYNOTE
Paul Lincoln OBE, Director General Border Force, UK Home Office
16:30-17:20 EVENING ‘AUDIENCE WITH’ (Invitation only)
Lord Sedwill, G7 Envoy for Economic Resilience
1-2- 1 interview hosted by Richard Johnstone (Acting Editor of Civil Service World), followed by live Q&A
17:20-17:35 ADS SECURITY INNOVATION AWARD PRESENTATION
Presented by Angela Essel, Head of JSaRC and Paul Everitt, CEO ADS
Announcement of the winner of the ADS Security Innovation Award 2021

 

 

 

Wednesday 10 March 2021
11:00-11:10 KEYNOTE
Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State (Minister for Crime and Policing)
14:00-14:30 KEYNOTE
Neil Basu QPM, Assistant Commissioner Specialist Operations of the Metropolitan Police Service, and the National Police Chiefs Council lead for Counter Terrorism Policing
17:00-18:00 EVENING THOUGHT LEADERSHIP PANEL (Invitation only)
The Future of Resilience
Panellists:

  • Beth Sizeland (Deputy National Security Adviser and the Prime Minister’s Adviser of National Resilience and Security)
  • Martin Hewitt (Chair of the National Police Chief’s Council)
  • James Willis (Managing Director for Cyber, Information and Training, QinetiQ)
  • Professor Deeph Chana, Co-director Institute for Security Science and Technology, Imperial College
  • CHAIR: Matthew Rycroft (Home Office Permanent Secretary)

 

Thursday 11 March 2021
11:00-11:30 KEYNOTE
Graham Stuart MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Minister for Exports