Tuesday, May 25, 2021
National Intelligence Day 1 Session 19:00 AM - 10:40 AM

Session 1 – 09:00 – 10:40 (LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY)

Welcome & Opening address: CC Alan Pughsley QPM, NPCC Crime Business Coordination Committee Chair

Keynote Address: CC Lisa Winward, NPCC Intel Portfolio Chair

Op Canamo – Westminster Bridge Terror Attack: D/Supt Julie Henderson, Bedfordshire Police

Case Study: County Lines: D/Supt Shaun White, Kent Police

Session 1 Panel Q&A

Capita - Platinum Sponsor Input11:10 AM - 12:10 PM

“Can Data, AI & Human Centred Design fight crime?”

The talk will bring together policing leaders from across the UK to explore the use of data, artificial intelligence and human centred design to fight crime. They will be sharing their stories, alongside the unique challenges and opportunities facing their forces – and the wider policing community.


  • Matt Stagg, Solutioning Lead, Data & AI – Digital Policing Strategic Lead, Capita
  • Phil Davies, Chief Superintendent – Director of Information, Greater Manchester Police
  • David Tonks, Superintendent – Digital Policing, Police Scotland
  • Peter Craig, Detective Superintendent, West Yorkshire Police
National Intelligence Day 1 Session 212:15 PM - 1:20 PM

Session 2 – 12:15 – 13:20

Maximising the use of intelligence from suspicious activity reports (SARs): Ali Peacock, National SARs Tactical Coordinator ROCU Network / Michael Hindes, Manager, SARs Exploitation Team UK Financial Intelligence Unit – UKFIU

Tackling Organised Exploitation Programme: T/DCS Kate Thacker, TOEX, Norfolk Police

Session 2 Panel Q&A

National Intelligence Day 1 Session 32:00 PM - 4:25 PM

Session 3 – 14:00 – 16:25

Keynote Address: How Spies Think: 10 Lessons in Intelligence: Professor Sir David Omand GCB, Visiting Professor, Department of War Studies, King's College, London

National Data Exploitation Centre: Alex Campbell, NDEC

Tackling Organised Exploitation Programme: A Closer Look: Lucy Rogers, TOEX, Intelligence Development Manager, Norfolk Police

National Data Analytics Solution: ACC Chris Todd & Supt Matt Tite, West Midlands Police, NDAS Leads

Session 3 Panel Q&A

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
National Intelligence Day 2 Session 19:00 AM - 11:10 AM

Session 1 – 09:00 – 11:25

Keynote Address: Dame Lynne Owens, NCA Director General & Mr Steve Smart, NCA Director of Intelligence

National Strategic Assessment: Nic Nicholls, Deputy Director - National Intelligence Hub, NCA

Sensitive Intelligence Network: Hannah Wilkinson, Head of ROCU Operations, ERSOU

Targeted Equipment Interference (TEI) Coordination Hub: Julian Richardson, Strategic Co-Ordination and Relationship Manager & Andy Sayers, TEI Technical Lead, NPCC

Session 1 Panel Q&A

National Intelligence Day 2 Session 2 - CLOSED SESSION11:30 AM - 1:20 PM


Closed Session Opening of Chief Officers/Senior Execs: CC Lisa Winward, NPCC Intel Portfolio Chair

Intelligence Professionalisation Programme: ACC Julie Fielding, NPCC Lead for IPP

NLED / PND: DCC Amanda Blakeman, NPCC Lead for PND

Session 2 Panel Q&A

National Intelligence Day 2 Session 32:00 PM - 4:25 PM

Kidnap & Extortion – The Choices vs Consequences with Intelligence: David Griffiths, Anti-Kidnap & Extortion Unit, NCA

Drugs Tier Model: Kath Tyler, & Paul Foster, National Intelligence Hub, NCA

Developments on the Criminal use of Communications: Nedra Samaranayake, Sam Bell, Andy Callaghan, TRACER, NCA

Op VENETIC: Matt Horne, Deputy Director Investigations, NCA

SOCPA Debrief – Input TBC

Session 3 Panel Q&A

Thursday, May 27, 2021
National Intelligence Day 3 Session 19:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Session 1 – 09:00 – 12:00

Technology, people and partnerships: how GCHQ helps protect the country with Felicity Dir CTSC: Felicity O, Director of Counter Terrorism & Serious Crime, GCHQ

Intelligence Professionalisation Programme - Update & Vision for the future: Linda McGrath, CoP Lead for Intel

CPIA Considerations with Intelligence: James Allen, CPS

Think Crimestoppers: ACC John Ward, NPCC Lead for Crimestoppers & Mick Duthie, Crimestoppers Director of Operations

Session 1 Panel Q&A

PublicSonar - Sponsor Input11:15 AM - 12:00 PM

A response to HMICFRS' 'Getting the Balance Right?' - Harnessing Publicly Available information

Join our session and learn how to:

  • Reduce the costs and mitigate the risks of incidents & crises, such as violent protests and riots
  • Go from data to information to insights in a user-friendly way
  • Draw lessons from real-life cases from international peers
  • Overcome the challenges of utilising open sources
  • Harness citizen data in all phases of a disruptive event


  • Peter Lloyd, Senior Intelligence Strategist and Law Enforcement Adviser, The Online Eye
  • Jacques Zimmerman, Senior Consultant Information Management, PublicSonar
  • Nils Pilgrim, Polizeidirektion Osnabrück,Germany
National Intelligence Day 3 Session 212:10 PM - 2:00 PM

Session 2 – 12:10 – 14:00

Harnessing the power of ANPR within the wider Data-Verse – An introduction to the Met’s ‘Digital Intelligence Service’: D/Supt Phil Tomlinson, MPS

Royal Military Police & Royal Navy Police Intelligence: MAA Jay Briant, Royal Navy Police & SSgt Martyn Seddon, Royal Military Police

Powered by MoRiLE: Helping organisations articulate and navigate the Complexity: D/Supt Chris Dowen, West MidLands Police, MoRiLE Programme Lead

Session 2 Panel Q&A

National Intelligence Day 3 Session 32:30 PM - 4:25 PM

Session 3 – 14:30 – 16:25

Government Agency Intelligence Network: Caroline Simpson, National GAIN Coordinator

The Current & Future Cyber Threat to enable the Illicit Finances Flow: Phil McInerney, MPS

A new approach to intelligence & the Dark Web: Alex Hudson, Manager, Dark Web Intelligence Unit and Behavioural Sciences, NCA

Session 3 Panel Q&A

Conference closing address, reflection & where from here…: CC Lisa Winward, NPCC Intel Portfolio Chair