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Future Criminal Justice Summit- UK's Criminal Law Development & Innovation

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etc.venues St Paul's

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The Future Criminal Justice Summit (FCJS) - The UK's Criminal Law Development & Innovation Conference is an event focused on exploring the future legal landscape of the UK criminal justice system.

Taking place in the modern City venue - etc. St Paul's, London, United Kingdom. the FCJS will gather government, private criminal law practitioners and anyone interested in the wider emerging concept of criminal law.

The field of criminal law in the UK is entering a tumultuous period. With the advent of many new disruptive technologies, an evolving justice system and Brexit now is the time to discuss the future. The FCJS is a unique conference in the UK and offers attendees the opportunity to network, learn and collaborate with peers from across the country.


Agenda in Brief:

11:00 11:50 Registration


11:50 12:00 Chairman's Welcoming Speech


12:00 13:00 Tech Developments in Criminal Law - The modern tools at your disposal and tools yet to come

  • Using big data, predictive algorithms & machine learning effectively

  • Combining trial presentation software and the Crown in Court Presentation (CICP) Project

  • The importance of cybersecurity in the modern criminal justice system

  • Interacting with clients and colleagues - communications technologies and digitising front-end services


13:00 14:00 Lunch


14:00 15:00 Everyone's Concern - Tackling the Issues of Disclosure

  • Reviewing the Review - What has the CPS review shown and is it enough?

  • Agreeing on a method & training - Electronic evidence handling by Police & the CPS

  • Discuss the effects of the LASPO act

  • Are their technology-oreinted solutions?


15:00 16:00 Coffee, Tea & Networking Session


16:00 17:00 The CPS and the Common Platform Progamme - An analysis & progress review

  • Analysing the key features offered by the CPP

  • Ensuring ease of use and access for all parties involved - no one left behind

  • Electronic courts and their applicability in criminal cases

  • Avoiding the potential pitfalls of a digital unified system

  • Evolving the CPP in the future


17:00 18:00 The Effects of Brexit on the Future of UK Criminal Law - Analysing the UK Governments future partnership paper & other considerations

  • Continuing cooperation with Europol & Eurojust

  • Replicating the provisions of the European Arrest Warrant

  • The continued participation in system and agreements - Schengen Information System II, Prum Agreement, Europol Internet referral unit

  • Criminal justice cooperation with the Republic of Ireland


18:00 18:10 Closing Remarks

18:10 19:30 Drinks Reception

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