CCR SUMMIT 2022

28 & 29 SEPTEMBER 2022 | Leerhotel Het Klooster, Amersfoort

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CCR SUMMIT 2022 | 28 & 29 September


The annual International CCR Summit successfully addresses synergies between stakeholders, policymakers versus operations and multi agency collaboration within Public Safety and Homeland Security. In a 2-day program with 3 parallel streams of interactive Summit Break-Out Sessions, Masterclasses & Workshops current challenges will be assessed, discussed and addressed using (inter)national showcases.

48+

HOURS

With topics like: Command & Control, Real-time Intelligence, Analytics & Big Data, Safe Cities, Community Policing and Critical Communications.

400+

DELEGATES

Operational-, Tactical- & Strategical Management from: First Responder Services, Police, Defence, and Local & National Government Bodies.

30+

SESSIONS

3 parallel streams of interactive Summit Break-Out Sessions, Masterclasses, Workshops &Training sessions using (inter)national showcases.

PROGRAM CCR SUMMIT 2022


SEPTEMBER 28, 2022
09:30am - 11:00am
PLENARY OPENING
Chairman 2022
Venue:

Opening of the CCR Summit 2022 and introducing plenary speakers

11:00am - 17:30am
CCR SUMMIT PROGRAM
30+ speakers
Venue:

An inspiring day with Summit Break-out sessions, Masterclasses, Workshops and Training sessions.

18:30pm - 23:00pm
EVENING PROGRAM - NETWORK DINNER
Venue:

The best opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new ones at the same time at the network dinner.

CHAIRMAN 2022


  • General Onno Eichelsheim – Netherlands Chief of Defence

General Onno Eichelsheim – Netherlands Chief of Defence

Onno Eichelsheim (Schiedam, 1966) began his military career as a cadet at the Royal Netherlands Military Academy in Breda in 1986. In 1990, he completed his basic flight training and was awarded his helicopter pilot wings. Until 1996, he served in a variety of operational positions as helicopter pilot with 299 Squadron at Deelen Air Base, during which time he was deployed to Bosnia. Back in the Netherlands, Onno Eichelsheim was assigned as flight commander of 301 Apache Squadron, and in 2000 was again deployed to Bosnia. In 2004, he was deployed to Kabul (Afghanistan) and in 2006 he completed a tour of duty in Uruzgan (Afghanistan). 

In April 2016, Onno Eichelsheim was promoted to the rank of major general and appointed director of the Netherlands Defence Intelligence and Security Service (NLD DISS). 

In July 2019, Eichelsheim became Vice Chief of Defence in the rank of lieutenant general. In this capacity, he was also a member of the Cyber Security Council. 

He was promoted to general on 1 April 2021 in preparition for his new appointment as Chief of Defence. On 15 April, as the new Chief of Defence, General Eichelsheim became the highest ranking member of the Netherlands armed forces. 

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