Security and Policing is the official Government global security event, offering a world-class opportunity to meet, network and discuss the latest advances in delivering national security and resilience with UK suppliers, colleagues and Government officials.
Hosted by the Home Office’s Joint Security & Resilience Centre, the three-day event is attended by senior Government officials and it is planned there will once again be an unrivalled line-up of senior keynote addresses led by Ministers.
Over 300 exhibitors will showcase their latest products and services, along with a variety of product demos, panel discussions and immersive experiences addressing security and law enforcement challenged faced in the UK today.
Cranfield University will be taking part in Security and Policing this year as part of the Academic RiSC stand. In September 2019 the University took over leading the Academic Resilience and Security Community (A-RiSC), a network of 30 UK universities formed to help Government and industry access academic experts and the latest research and knowledge in national security.
Academic RiSC is a portal to UK universities working on national security and resilience challenges. It provides Government and industry access to expertise and latest knowledge.
Visit us on stand B92 to find out more about Academic RiSC and Cranfield University.
Security and Policing 2020 video poster competition for early career researchers
The Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC), Academic RiSC and the Home Office Science Advisory Council (HOSAC) are providing an opportunity for PhD and early career researchers, to demonstrate their research that relates to any aspect of national security using a video poster in the form of a PowerPoint slideshow. The chosen video posters will be played on a screen on the Academic RiSC stand (B92) at Security and Policing 2020. Prizes (sponsored by ADS) of £350 and £150 will be awarded for the winner and runner up respectively, as well as OSCT certificates of excellence.
Security and Policing 2020 is an event that presents an ideal setting for academics to demonstrate the potential impact of their research to key players in the national security sector, including senior officials from many different government departments and important private sector players.
Call for papers is now open for submissions, the closing date is Wednesday 19 February 2020 at 4pm.
Please contact contact the academic RiSC team if you have any questions about the video poster competition.
Location and travel details
Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Farnborough, GU14 6XL. Follow signs for Gate F.
This extensive site, as well as providing ample free parking, benefits from excellent transport links by road, rail and air. There will be a free shuttle bus to and from Farnborough main train station. The bus will be located outside the station and will run at regular intervals throughout the duration of the event.
Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre is located adjacent to the M3/M4 corridor and just 35 minutes from London.
Who should attend
Police, UK or overseas law enforcement, border agencies, first responders, criminal justice agencies, government departments and public sgencies, overseas government departments, police or law enforcement agencies and their procurement agents/representatives, key operators and regulators of national infrastructure and crowded places (security managers and security procurement staff), security and resilience professionals, military personnel, academics.
How to register
To register for Security and Policing 2020 please visit the event registration page.