Supported by: The Scottish Government
Featuring contributions from the primary justice partners - Police Scotland, Crown Office Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS), Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service (SCTS) and members of the legal defence community - the full-day conference will be a chance to engage with key government and policing priorities that are shaping the way justice services are being transformed in Scotland.
- Data sharing and enhanced service provision between the principal justice agencies in Scotland;
- Data innovation - the impact of AI, analytics and the ethics of systems designed to prevent crime;
- Service design and skills - a user-centric approach to improving the way justice is administered.
'For me the biggest gain came from listening to where different justice organisations, speakers and suppliers are on their digital journeys, the challenges they have and the opportunities for policy change that can be achieved through digitally enabled transformation.
A really well organised event that provided good networking opportunities.' (FutureScot's Justice Innovation, 2018)
Jim Wilson, Programme Manager, Justice Digital Strategy, Scottish Government