The Global MSC Security 2017 Conference and Exhibition took place on Tuesday 14 November at the Bristol Hotel
Speakers on the day were
Safe and Secure Environments
Dafydd Llywelyn, Police and Crime Commissioner, Dyfed Powys Police Force
Body-Worn Video Cameras and Public Services
Prof. William Webster, Director, Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP)
The End-user Experience - CCTV in a Modern Day Control Room
Bernadette Bashford-Payne, Estate Control Centre Manager, Canary Wharf
Cyber Crime - a Law Enforcement Perspective
DI Edward Heath, South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit, Avon & Somerset Police
The National Surveillance Camera Strategy for England and Wales
Tony Porter, SCC
Challenges and Outcomes of Integrating CCTV in Bristol's Smart City
Jim Burgess, Associate Director, Perform Green
Combining the Best of Technology and the Best of Human Ability
Mick Neville, Managing Director, Neville Forensic Recognition
2018 Save the Date!
Next year's event is on Tuesday 13 November 2018 so SAVE THE DATE as we will be announcing details early in the year.
We sold out in 2017 so be quick to snap up your stand when bookings go live.
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We hope to see you in November 2018!
2017 Gordon McLanaghan Award for Security Innovation
The winner this year was Cumbria Constabulary for their work consolidating all six district councils' standalone CCTV systems into one sustainable system that is run and monitored centrally by the constabulary.
Cumbria Constabulary received a stunning piece of Bristol Blue Glass, a £1,000 cheque and some brilliant PR to use in the future!
The 2016 Award went to Gloucester City Council. Their project was to bring free outdoor public WiFi to the city by co-locating WiFi access points with CCTV cameras. The project was supplied, planned and delivered with BT Redcare.
2017 Charity Fundraising
We were delighted raise funds for The Grand Appeal via support of Natalia Spencer and her fundraising initiative Elizabeth's Footprint, in memory of her daughter who died suddenly in 2015. Natalia walked the entire coastline of Great Britain last year and continues fundraising today.
One of Elizabeth's nurses took to the stage to talk to the audience about what a special girl she was and the work the the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit undertake on a daily basis.
We raised a staggering £2,500 on the night with a variety of activities including a hotly-contested auction for Shaun the Sheep and Oscar-winner Nick Parks' doodle and autograph!