PCP Sixth National Conference 2017 Report
Our Sixth Annual Conference for Police and Crime Panels recorded our highest attendance with 120 delegates and contributors from nearly all the panels. It was held on Monday 6 November 2017 at Warwick Conference Centre. The conference provided PCP colleagues with the opportunity to share best practice, network and explore significant new challenges in policing and governance. The theme for the conference was Changing context, increasing collaboration. What does this mean for us?
We are very grateful to those who attended and helped to make the day a success. We also wish to thanks our sponsors, Grant Thornton for their ongoing support, and to all of the facilitators whose hard work and enthusiasm ensured the workshops were interesting and productive.
We also wish to thank our Conference Chair, Councillor Rob Garnham, and our panel members Councillor Alison Lowe, Jaqui McKinlay and David Lloyd.
The proceedings commenced with an interesting and engaging panel discussion on the national issues impacting on PCPs before moving onto an update on the creation of a National Association to represent PCPs.
The report of the conference has recently been published by Frontline Consulting. It contains a review of the event, with details of the workshops held on the day and we hope you enjoy it.
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Published: 30 November 2017