Capita Releases Details of Its Transformation in the Police – Driving Change, Collaboration and Shared Services Conference

Capita's National Transformation in the Police Conference is taking place on Wednesday, 23rd November 2011 in Central London. The conference explores how vital operational policing services can be protected through innovative business change programmes.

London, United Kingdom, August 18, 2011 --( Chair: Graham Hooper, Chief Executive, Kent Police Authority

The HMIC’s recent Adapting to Austerity review of police force and authority preparedness for the 2011-2015 spending period indicates that forces are taking steps to improve processes and realise economies of scale. However the essential information about the benefits and drawbacks of different models is not available.

Capita’s National Transformation in the Police Conference addresses the knowledge gap, bringing together high-level strategic speakers to showcase a range of innovative and ambitious models, including shared services, outsourcing and multi-force collaboration projects. With a focus on key policy developments and the most successful emerging strategies, this event explores:

Leading transformational and organisational change
Reducing unnecessary bureaucracy
Modernising joint procurement practices
Smarter collaborative working with other forces and local partners
Consolidating back office functions including IT, finance and human resources

To register, simply visit their website –

Or download the conference brochure for full programme details and booking form –

Capita Conferences
Richard Goddard
020 7960 7719