September 27th 2017 | University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre

About the event

The Scottish Government is committed to using digital technology to provide simple, fast and effective justice for all at best cost.

Technology's potential is ever expanding and increasingly integral to the way justice is delivered.

With the new Scottish policing strategy, due to be confirmed by the summer, identifying huge opportunities for technology and new approaches, and Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service calling for a ‘radical digital transformation’ of the court system - how can we best utilise digital across Scotland’s justice system?

Holyrood’s Digital Justice Scotland 2017 will bring together professionals from across the justice system and beyond to examine how digital technologies can best be implemented to improve outcomes and services for users and practitioners. 

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