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Our Annual Partnership Summit is the most prestigious event in the policing calendar, bringing together senior leaders, politicians, experts, and decision-makers to discuss and shape solutions to some of the most complex issues in law enforcement.
We will be live-streaming select sessions from this year's summit on multiple platforms. The latest stream will always be embedded on this page.
In Conversation With Stephen Parkinson
In our final session of our summit, we're joined by recently appointed Director of Public Prosecutions Stephen Parkinson.
Delighted to welcome to our summit, the Home Secretary the Rt Hon James Cleverly MP.
Shadow Home Secretary
We started day 2 by welcoming the Shadow Home Secretary, The Rt Hon Yvette Cooper.
Policing and AI
From facial recognition, which can help spot suspects and missing people, to predictive analytics that can pinpoint where and when crimes are likely to occur, artificial intelligence provides huge opportunities for policing. Get the technology right and put the necessary safeguards in place and there will be huge benefits, in terms of efficiencies and public safety. But without sufficient transparency and oversight, particularly to guard against bias, there’s a risk of injustice and a collapse in public support.
In Conversation with John Saunders
Julie Etchingham speaks to Sir John Saunders, the retired High Court judge who chaired the public inquiry into the 2017 Manchester Arena bomb attack. Sir John will reflect on the challenges of the inquiry, its findings and recommendations. A judicial member of the Parole Board and former member of the Sentencing Council, Sir John presided over a number of the high-profile cases relation to phone-hacking, MP's expenses and terrorism and will offer his thoughts on this criminal justice system.
Planning for crime
The crime statistics paint a confusion picture, with sharp difference between police data and estimates from the Crime Survey for England and wales. What really lies behind the record number of sexual offences recorded by forces? To what extent has online offending replaced burglary, theft and car crime? What difference will recent changes in police recording practices make to the figures? What are the latest trends on anti-social behaviour.
Watch back our Planning for Crime session.
Introduction and keynote speech
We're delighted to welcome for the first-time broadcaster Julie Etchingham as summit facilitator. Watch back introduction speeches from NPCC Chair Chief Constable Gavin Stephens, APCC Chair Donna Jones, and the Rt Hon Chris Philp MP, Minister for Crime, Policing and Fire.