Security and Policing is the official Government global security event, hosted by the Home Office’s Joint Security & Resilience Centre. The three-day online event will give visitors and exhibitors access to a world-class opportunity to digitally meet, network and discuss the latest advances in delivering national security and resilience with UK suppliers, colleagues and Government officials.

Cranfield University will be taking part in Security and Policing this year as part of the Academic RiSC virtual stand. In September 2019, the University took over leading the Academic Resilience and Security Community (A-RiSC), a network of 66 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.

Who should attend

Police; UK or overseas law enforcement; border agencies; first responders; criminal justice agencies; government departments and public agencies; 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.


Security and Policing is free to join but visitors must register and be approved by the Home Office in advance of the event days.

How to register

To register for Security and Policing 2021 please visit the event website.