Performance Management for Police

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jan 30, 2007 End Date/Time: Feb 02, 2007
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Why should I attend?
Are you really able to ignore the latest practical and strategic thinking to help you take police performance delivery to the next level?

The public is growing ever more performance conscious and want to know what their money provides; yet there is no central methodology for improving performance and efficiency simultaneously. This conference gives you real examples of how your colleagues have confronted and overcome this.

Virtually every UK Force attends IQPC’s Annual Performance Management for Police event – can you afford to be among the minority who miss out?

Going into the 6th year this conference continues to grow in both stature and status and for this expanding event the exclusive, spacious One Whitehall Place in London is secured as the venue for 2007. Issues on everybody’s lips are:

Collating and using data to give optimum performance results
Sharing knowledge by interlinking police forces to directly improve performance
Modernising the workforce through working the data driven way
Needless to say this has to be achieved in unison with offering value for money performance to meet public demands.

This is the conference where they will be addressed in more detail than ever before. With 16 practitioner case studies, in addition to a dedicated day of workshops on the headline issues, this is your opportunity to find out what your colleagues are doing to successfully combat these challenges.

Who will I meet and who is speaking?
As the leading established event in the policing calendar, this unique conference will give you an unrivalled opportunity to put your questions to key players and to network with colleagues working in all aspects of Performance Management from forces throughout the UK and abroad. Already in place for the 6th year are:

Assistant Chief Constable Graham Hooper, Programme Director National Policing Improvement Agency, giving an update on what the NPIA will mean for you
Chief Superintendent Mark Sheasby, Head of Performance Review, West Midlands Police, on how you can benefit from ground-breaking use of Six Sigma
Superintendent Nigel Hindle, Head of Call Management, Hampshire Constabulary, on getting real performance improvement in call handling