Smart Policing: making the most of the data revolution

Chief Constable Giles York QPM, Sussex Police
Wednesday 25th March 2020, 09:15
- 10:45

There is a huge potential for data to be used by the police. For example, predictive analytics can help provide police officers with detailed information to better prevent crime. It can provide data about past offences committed in an area – specific locations, times, and types of crime – enabling police resources to be targeted most effectively. However, concerns have been raised that the use of algorithms can build in bias, leading to the over-policing of some communities. Questions have also been asked about the quality of the data being used.

Reform is delighted to host this roundtable, led by Chief Constable Giles York QPM, Sussex Police, to discuss how best the data revolution can be used to create a smarter police force across the country.  

The roundtable will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

This event is supported by Cisco and BT.

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