Future Policing to return to the Emergency Services Show

Future Policing, a dedicated area showcasing the latest technologies, equipment, and training for the policing sector, will return to The Emergency Services Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 21-22 September.

First introduced to the event in 2021 in response to the Police Uplift Programme to reduce crime and improve public safety, Future Policing also features a high-level, two-day, CPD-accredited conference tackling the most challenging and critical topics facing the future of policing.

The Nineteen Group organised Emergency Services Show brings together all disciplines from the emergency services sector to discover innovative technologies and operational solutions, share experiences and unite in a collaborative approach to public safety.

Event director David Brown said: “Technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, highlighting the pressure to modernise our current policing model and better equip our police force.

“Future Policing offers a unique opportunity for police and public safety professionals to access the latest innovative products, support services and expertise that are key to meeting the demands of future policing in the UK.”

Former Metropolitan Police commissioner Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe  chairs the event’s advisory council alongside representatives from the Home Office, National Police Chiefs Council, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, the Police Digital Service and the College of Policing. It also has the full backing of the Police Federation of England and Wales, which represents rank and file officers. 

 Visitors to the event will have the unique opportunity to see, handle and experience the latest innovations and technology, and discuss their individual requirements with suppliers. Leading names exhibiting in the Future Policing zone include:, Babcock Critical Services, Black Rainbow, Blucher, Draeger, Heroquip, Airbus Defence and Space, Bluelight Commercial, Dataminr, Hexagon, Kromek, Point South, SAAB UK, Survitec Group Ltd and Thomas Jacks. Among the latest equipment and services for the police sector being showcased are connectivity & communications, cyber security, IT, data management, body-worn video, drones, vehicles and fleet, vehicle equipment, protective clothing and uniforms, medical supplies, drug testing, outsourcing, training, community safety, security and station facilities.

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