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Grant Thornton: Primary Sponsor of the Police Governance Summit 2018

Grant Thornton, the leading police assurance provider, are the Primary Sponsors of the Police Governance Summit 2018, which takes place in Northampton on 6th and 7th June. Paul Grady, Grant Thornton's Head of Police, sets out the firm's reasons behind their support for the Summit.

Against a backdrop of continued central and local government austerity, rapidly changing expectations and significant media and public interest, the police sector continues to undergo a profound shift in the way it operates. Forces continue to face the challenges of fewer financial resources, changing crime patterns, innovative collaboration with partners, and changes in the nature of demand for police services.

POLICE GOVERNANCE SUMMIT 2018
Preparing for the Challenges Ahead

Wednesday, 6th to Thursday, 7th June at the De Vere Staverton Park Hotel, Daventry

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Booking now open – CLICK HERE

The initiatives designed to respond to the challenges police forces face often require major transformational change and new and innovative ways of working. These programmes often bring with them significant restructuring and cultural change, requiring sophisticated measures to understand and measure the anticipated benefits. This means the need for effective governance and governance structures is crucial. But emerging partnership arrangements and untested governance frameworks also require accountability methods to change rapidly to keep up with progress and remain effective going forward.

At Grant Thornton, our underlying purpose is to build a vibrant economy. A core part in achieving this is creating places where people, organisations and businesses can flourish. We want to play our part in creating a healthy and equitable society by helping those responsible for public services to make better-informed, longer-term decisions – decisions that drive reform and deliver not only economic growth but social value.

As part of this, Grant Thornton is committed to working with the police. Working directly with 18 police forces, including three of the largest forces in England and Wales, our services include value-added assurance, internal audit, governance and the development of major change diagnostics.

Our approach draws on a deep knowledge of the police sector, acquired through 30 years in the sector, combined with an understanding of wider public sector issues. Working with us, you’ll partner with people who really understand your sector so that you never get generic advice – one size does not fit all as forces grapple with the issues of their local place.

To find out more visit our website or contact:

Paul Grady
Head of Police
T: 020 7728 3196
E: [email protected]

POLICE GOVERNANCE SUMMIT 2018
Preparing for the Challenges Ahead

Wednesday, 6th to Thursday, 7th June at the De Vere Staverton Park Hotel, Daventry
Read more detail – CLICK HERE
Booking now open – CLICK HERE
 


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