Why attend Blue Light Innovation?
The workplace and workforce are rapidly changing, with the emergency services being no exception. The conference will highlight best measures for driving transformation through increased collaboration and technological innovation. In particular, the programme will analyse change as driven by key government policy and the drive for reform in the sector.
This one-day event will provide insights into changing regulatory requirements and the most successful blue light initiatives to date; exploring the current landscape of modern-policing, crisis management and patient care.
Topics covered include:
2018 Speakers Included:
Philip SeccombeLead for Emergency Service Collaboration and Police and Crime Commissioner
Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and Warwickshire Police (confirmed)
Matt ParrHM Inspector of Constabulary and HM Inspector of Fire & Rescue Services
Darryl KeenDirector of Community Protection and Chief Fire Officer
Hertfordshire County Council Community Protection Directorate (confirmed)
2018 Sponsors Included:
This was my first conference of this nature and I found it extremely useful. I would recommend Blue Light Innovation to any police leader, or anyone else involved in police change.
Detective Constable, Derbyshire Police
I am very pleased to have attended this conference, it was great to see so many emergency service managers wanting to work more closely together to improve the service delivery to the communities we serve.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner, London Fire Brigade
A conference that delivers clear insight into methods that lead to improvement whilst allowing sufficient time to network and share ideas.
Group Manager - Head of Service Response, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service
A thought provoking and innovative day that highlighted what could be done with the right people and mind set.
Head of Operational Audit and Assurance, MOPAC
The conference was topical and interesting at an excellent venue with a good balance between formal presentations and workshop events. Some of the examples of joint working were thought provoking demonstrating the benefits of a “why not” attitude to collaboration.