Navigating the Next Generation of Policing
Comtrac is delighted to be sponsoring the ANZPAA Police Conference 2022 (PC22) in Melbourne on 8 – 9 November 2022. The conference will include a full program of expert speakers, specialist workshops and Police Commissioner Panels providing a leaders’ perspective on the issues most relevant to police.
Hosted by the Police Commissioners from across Australia and New Zealand, PC22 brings together over 600 delegates both in person and online.
Delegates will attain valuable insights into the future of policing, how to keep our communities safe, working smarter with technology, harder with efficiency and collectively with world-leading external partners.
“We’re excited to be sponsoring the upcoming ANZPAA Police Conference,” said Craig Doran, Comtrac’s Founder and CEO.
“With many of Comtrac’s staff serving at both a state and federal level in law enforcement, we look forward to meeting the current and future leaders and discussing the emerging challenges and opportunities they are facing,” he added.
The PC22 theme, Navigating the Next Generation of Policing, delves into how policing can develop competencies to be prepared for future and unknown challenges in an interactive and collaborative environment.
Focusing on innovation and future opportunities, PC22 will focus on the following:
- Emerging crimes and offences
- Attracting and retaining the next generation of talent
- Policing challenges across the Indo-Pacific
- Evolving opportunities and risks from new technologies
- Trust, confidence, and legitimacy for the future
- Revitalising policing partnerships.
Registrations are open to all police personnel and those engaged in the law enforcement community.
Come and say hello to the team at Comtrac’s interactive exhibit if you are attending in person. We will be on hand to answer your questions and demo our software. To find out additional information about the conference, follow this link.
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