CCR SUMMIT 2021

29 & 30 SEPTEMBER 2021

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CCR SUMMIT 2021


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 2021


The final program will be available to all registered delegates

SEPTEMBER 29, 2021
09:30am - 11:00am
PLENARY OPENING
Chairman 2021
Venue:

Opening of the CCR Summit 2020 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.

SEPTEMBER 30, 2021
09:30 - 10:30am
PLENARY OPENING
Chairman 2021
Venue:

Introducing plenary speakers and wrapping up day 1.

11:00am - 16:30pm
CCR SUMMIT PROGRAM
30+ SPEAKERS
Venue:

Summit Break-out sessions, Masterclasses, Workshops and Training sessions.

16:30pm - 17:30pm
CLOSING TIME
Venue:

Drinks and finger-food and a last chance to talk about the Summit experience before closure.

CHAIRMAN 2021


  • CHIEF CONSTABLE JANNINE VAN DEN BERG

CHIEF CONSTABLE JANNINE VAN DEN BERG
Ms. Jannine van den Berg took on her present position as Chief Constable of the Central Division of the Netherlands Police, after working since 2013 as Deputy Commissioner for the newly formed national police. The National police of the Netherlands consists of 10 Regional Divisions, 1 Central Division and the Police Services Centre (PDC). In addition to its own independent tasks, the Central Division also carries out specialist tasks in support of the Regional Units and amongst others supporting and coordinating major operations; combating organised (inter)national crimes (National Detective Squad), mounted police, sniffer dogs, forensic expertise; VIP protection; police work on the motorways, the railway network, on the water and in the air; combating all forms of serious violence and terrorism (Special Interventions Division). Ms. Van den Berg has been with the police since 1986 after studying with the Netherlands Police Academy. Her first position was assigned senior police official for the city of Utrecht. She held various leading positions with the Regional police service. Among others: Squad Commander and Section Commander Riot Squad, Director of Criminal Investigation and Information in the Hague and Chief Constable of the Haarlem area. She was representative of the Works Council and Regional Consultations for a police union for intermediate and senior police officers and is presently chairperson of the Interpol European Committee.

REGISTRATION PACKAGES


Please contact RB&W at info@rbenw.nl or 0182-625111 if you have any questions about registration or sponsorships.

Contact


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