London, United Kingdom, December 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- With radical reforms taking place to the criminal justice system and to the way in which policing is delivered, our Digital Working in the Criminal Justice System Conference addresses the role of digital technology in underpinning this transformation.
Damian Green MP has stated his ambition for all police forces to be digital by 2016 and for the further development of virtual courts and the use of digital evidence. This conference focuses on the integration of digital working across Police, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and draws together the key agencies charged with delivering the reforms.
Attend this conference to hear from leading police forces and agencies covering the key topics including:
• Implementing digital case files for police and the Crown Prosecution Service
• The use of digital working in a court environment
• Effective mobile working through tablets and body worn cameras
• Sharing digital information safely and securely across agencies
Do not miss the opportunity to hear how to deliver your services more effectively and efficiently by utilising digital technology. Gain expert insight and guidance from colleagues already engaged with this key national agenda to ensure that you are prepared for a digitally integrated Criminal Justice System (CJS).
Contact Richard Goddard on 020 7960 7719 or email@example.com