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NPCC 2022 National BWV User Group: ‘Integrating BWV technology with confidence’
(Ended 10th Oct 2022)

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10th Oct 2022 to 10th Oct 2022

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The National BWV Conference is taking place on the 10 October 2022 at the Sandy Park Conference Centre
The agenda for this event can be found below. Latest Update – 01 Sept 2022

For more information please contact Ian COCKLIN by email to [email protected]

Agenda

0930-1000 Welcome by Ian COCKLIN – Keynote Speaker – T/CC Jim COLWELL (NPCC BWV Lead)

1000-1030 Supt Andy Sidebotham (The College of Policing & Helen Maunder (National Police Chiefs Council)

1030-1100 Det Insp Michael Russell (GMP) – BWV and its use as an investigation tool for Operational Manteline (Manchester Arena Bombing 2017)

1100-1130 BREAK

1130-1200 Mark Bolt – BWV and the Police use of S136 of the Mental health Act. The value of BWV for Clinical review and Governance.

1200-1230 Kev Nicholson, (The College of Policing) The Post Incident Process and the Working Practices for BWV for Non-Firearms users.

1230-1330 Lunch and Networking

1330-1400 Lisa Surridge (Violence against Women and Girls) and the use of Body Worn Video as a tool for Governance

1400-1430 Supt Dean O’Connor – The introduction of the Dorset BWV Improvement Board and its work to date.

1430-1500 BREAK

1530-1530 Dan Wilkins – Home Office – An input on the Police Integrity Unit

1530-1600 PC Fay Washington (Met Police BWV SME) – The Journey and Challenges of the Metropolitan Police use of Body Worn Video and the Future Vision

1600-1630 Stuart Jose – Blue Light Commercial

1630-1700 CLOSURE – DCC COLWELL

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