September 26th 2018 | University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre

About the event

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Digital Justice

What impact is Digital Transformation having on the way Justice organisations provide services to the public? Is implementation of technology delivering the outcomes that were expected?

Holyrood’s Digital Justice Conference gives delegates a rare opportunity to develop a clear strategic understanding of how to utilise the benefits of innovative technology by sharing examples of best practice in high energy, fully interactive sessions.

Our event formats have been updated, the sessions are now co-designed with our speakers and delegates to ensure we cover the hottest topics. The day is made up of sessions where we will challenge our delegates to get involved, to pose questions, share ideas and learn from colleagues facing similar challenges. Attendance will give you the chance to develop your strategic planning to consider how you can improve service delivery by implementing tried and tested technology solutions.

Not only will you be able to meet with colleagues from across the public sector, you will also have the chance to meet some of the most innovative technology suppliers who will be on hand to answer your questions and to guide you through a whole host of technology that can improve the performance of your organisation.

This is a great opportunity to hear some of the most exciting technology case studies, create a strategic action plan to support your objectives and get a clearer understanding of the most innovative solutions available to the market.


Conference Format

Co-designed with speaker, delegates and suppliers, we've created a fully interactive approach that will enable delegates to engage more, share examples of success and to develop relationships and partnerships with colleagues from the industry with a view to changing the way justice is delivered.

Key Note Speakers & Case Study Presentations

Throughout the course of the day, delegates will hear a number of interactive presentations which showcase examples of digital success. The aim of the case study presentations is to demonstrate what is possible and to identify transferable benefits that can be applied in your organisation.

Impact of Digital Transformation on how Justice services are delivered and used? - Panel Session:

An interactive session focused examples of best practice from across the Justice sector. What elements of their approach can be replicated and applied to your objectives? What strategic approach has been taken and what technology has been applied to improve the performance of these services? Our panellists have been at the heart of these projects and will share key insights into how they achieved their objectives, how this can be replicated and what mistakes to avoid.

Themed Panel Sessions:

An opportunity for delegates to have focused discussion on specific areas of Digital Justice. Our themed interactive panel sessions give delegates a chance to break into smaller groups to share ideas, learn from colleagues and to overcome challenges.

Panel Sessions will cover:

Panel 1 in association with NICE - Harnessing digital technology for innovative policing

Panel 2 in association with Leidos - Joining up disconnected justice services through better sharing of data

Campfire Sessions

Delegates will have the chance to pre-register for one of two Campfire Sessions which will see experts from the sector deliver a recent case study, before leading an interactive Q&A.

The expert leader of each session will become a panellist for the final action planning session, carrying the themes of discussion to the wider group.

Action Planning - Interactive Panel Session

Using the outcomes from their Campfire sessions, each of the expert speakers will become the panel speakers for the final session. They will be responsible for highlighting the key outcomes from each of the campfire sessions and discussing in more detail the strategic approach to turn the words into action. The summary points from this session will be used to create a post event action plan which will be provided to delegates.

Who should Attend

  • Chief Constables
  • Chief Executives
  • Chief Probation Officers
  • CTOs, CIOs, CSOs
  • ICT Directors
  • IT Infrastructure Leads
  • Heads of Information Assurance
  • Heads of Shared Services
  • Heads of Information Governance
  • Heads of Service Modernisation
  • Heads of Court
  • Prison Governors
  • Data Security Leads
  • Heads of Technology
  • ICT Transformation Leads
  • Chief Crown Prosecutors
  • Directors of Commissioning,
  • Senior Police Officers
  • Heads and Managers of Criminal Justice
  • Heads of IT / IT Directors
  • Integrated Offender Management Leads
  • Solicitors