Key Points
  • Working Together to Create Outstanding Emergency Services: improving care, boosting protection and reducing crime
  • Understanding how Technology could Transform the Emergency Services: enhancing communication, control rooms and response times
  • Next steps for the Emergency Services: building a collaborative and inclusive approach to improve service delivery
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Overview
Confirmed Speakers:
  • Phil Davies, Chief Superintendent - GMP Information Services Transformation, Greater Manchester Police
  • Professor Peter Murphy, Director, Public Policy and Management Research Group
  • Leigh Norris, Emergency Services Collaboration Police Lead, Essex Police
  • Mark Evans, Regional Blue Light Collaboration & Community Engagement Manager, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust
  • Professor David Allen Technology Lead, Leeds University Business School
  • Representative, Emergency Services Network, Home Office


  • Westminster Insight’s Emergency Services half-day forum will share how collaboration and technology can improve delivery, efficiency and protection. Sharing best practice examples from across the emergency services to increase support for vulnerable people, reduce crime and implement technology.

    You will hear the benefits of pooling resources and sharing budgets to develop a cohesive approach to policing, fire and rescue, and healthcare.

    This half-day forum will include actionable strategies from across the emergency services to show how to make the best use of available funding.

    Join colleagues from across the emergency services to hear key stakeholders share good collaborative practice examples, create a shared vision and have an opportunity to network.


    Agenda
    Start

    09:00 - 09:30
    Registration, Refreshments and Networking

     

    09:30 - 09:40
    Chair's Opening Remarks

     

    Speakers

    Phil Davies Chief Superintendent - GMP Information Services Transformation, Greater Manchester Police

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    09:40 - 10:10
    Keynote 1: Reforming the Emergency Services to Create an Integrated System

     
    • Understanding how the 'Blue Lights Consultation' could help to improve the delivery of services
    • Utilising new funding and opportunities to boost cooperation and improve integration 
    • Improving accountability and transparency to enhance the efficiency of blue light services 
    10:00 - 10:10 Questions and Discussion

    10:10 - 10:40
    Keynote Address 2: Creating a Shared Vision: What Next for the Emergency Services?

     
    • Exploring how collaboration can enhance the services available to localities     
    • Understanding the benefit of pooling resources and sharing budgets to offer a cohesive approach to emergency services including policing, fire and rescue, and healthcare
    • Increasing wider understanding and momentum of good practice, to create a shared vision  
    10:30 - 10:40 Questions and Discussion

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    Professor Peter Murphy Director: Public Policy & Management Research Group, Nottingham Business School

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    10:40 - 11:40
    Panel Discussion: The Role of Technology in Improving Blue Light Services

     
    • Explore how the roll out of 5G could positively impact emergency services including pinpoint location, the emergency service network and data sharing
    • Developing a safe and secure communication line between blue light services to share sensitive information
    • Understanding how technology could enable emergency services fit for the 21st century  

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    Representative Emergency Services Network, Home Office

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    David Allen Technology Lead, Leeds University Business School

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    11:40 - 12:00
    Networking and Refreshment Break

     

    12:00 - 12:30
    Case Study: Improving Response Times through Technology

     
    • Implementing new technologies to reduce response rates and measure control rooms
    • Understand how smart cities including ITS could improve public experience
    • Working across different services to support operations and improve care for the community
    12:20 - 12:30 Questions and Discussion

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    Mark Evans Regional Blue Light Collaboration & Community Engagement Manager, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust

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    12:30 - 13:00
    Case Study: Improving Support for Vulnerable People

     
    • Engaging emergency services, mental health services and other related agencies to provide support to the most vulnerable people in society
    • Using collaboration and multi-agency approaches to improve better results in emergency scenarios
    • Reducing the impact mental health has on both patients and communities by assisting with the effective management of patients
    • Assessing vulnerable individuals and working with frontline responders to develop care plan specific to the needs of the individual 
    12:50 - 13:00 Questions and Discussion

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    Leigh Norris Emergency Services Collaboration Police Lead, Essex Police

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    End

    Speakers

    Representative Emergency Services Network, Home Office

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    Phil Davies Chief Superintendent - GMP Information Services Transformation, Greater Manchester Police

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    David Allen Technology Lead, Leeds University Business School

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    Mark Evans Regional Blue Light Collaboration & Community Engagement Manager, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust

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    Leigh Norris Emergency Services Collaboration Police Lead, Essex Police

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    Professor Peter Murphy Director: Public Policy & Management Research Group, Nottingham Business School

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    Venue details

    Zone 1 Central London


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