The UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum brings together 125 key stakeholders responsible for the effective and consistent delivery of UK ‘Blue Light Services’. To ensure our agenda is inclusive of the latest issues and barriers restricting new technologies into these services, we have invited a wide range of delegates and decision makers from across the UK. The latest delegate to join our Liverpool forum is Tim Forber, Chief Superintendent for Greater Manchester Police.
Tim said “Providing police officers with the right information and technology is critical to enabling the service to operate as part of a more integrated public service. This is essential both in terms of efficiency and being able to provide citizens with the sort of service they require in the future.”
eSE forums are unique and built around our end users and technology innovators, to create the potential for strong, sustainable and mutually beneficial partnerships aiming to improve the UK Emergency Services. Learn more about Greater Manchester Police at www.gmp.police.uk.
Do you work in UK Emergency Services and have a vested interest in the adoption of new technologies? We have a limited number of passes available for public sector delegates. Visit www.ese-emergencyservices.com/register to set your pass aside.