Crown Workforce Management, provider of duty management systems to policing in the UK, is taking part in the Security and Policing event led by the Home Office
The Security and Policing Event takes place at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Hampshire, 5-7 March.
It was first established more than 30 years ago and has become the corner-stone of the security calendar and is the only ‘closed’ event of its kind.
The 2019 event will feature serious and organised crime and prison visitor ‘immersive’ experiences where delegates can journey through an investigation and new verification solutions currently being trialled in prisons.
There is a particular focus on the threat from CBRN – chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear – incidents with a further immersive area headed by the National CBRN Centre and the National Crime Agency which will take delegates through best practice for responding to report of suspected hazardous substances.
It will also feature several prominent keynote speakers including senior Government officials, police and prison leaders and incorporate a drinks reception attended by The Rt Hon Liam Fox MP Secretary of State for International Trade, President of the Board of Trade.
Crown Workforce Management will be exhibiting within the ‘Marketplace’ arena on stand A10.
Said David Hughes, Head of Marketing for Crown Workforce Management: “Although we already provide our duty rostering, time and attendance, and business analytics software to more than 40% of police forces in the UK, the nature of this event means that it will attract representatives of similar organisations for which we would be able to make a very natural transition to meet their requirements.
“The Security and Policing Event is an important date on the calendar and provides real value and insights into the sector. It also gives us an opportunity to meet with existing customers and keep our finger on the pulse of the issues that the police, prison and security services are currently managing which allows us to develop our products accordingly for this particular sector.”
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