National problem solving conference
Welcome to the National Problem Solving Conference website!
In 2017, South Yorkshire Police were awarded a grant from the Home Office to lead a National Problem Solving Programme on behalf of all forces.
NPCC lead from Problem Solving, Chief Constable Lauren Poultney, is responsible for overseeing the delivery of this programme and overarching purpose of transforming ways of working and reducing demand, by embedding a structured problem solving ethos as a core discipline in policing.
To achieve this the programme facilitated a number of workstreams, one of which included the launch of the annual National Problem Solving Conference to explore, share and celebrate problem-solving initiatives and knowledge with both police and our partners at a local, regional and national level.
This annual conference has now been running for a number of years and an overview of previous events, along with outputs from our other programme workstreams is available on the Knowledge Hub.
You can also view content from our previous years’ conferences on our Problem Solving Knowledge Hub page and keep up to date with latest information by following us on Twitter @PSCP_Programme
NATIONAL PROBLEM SOLVING CONFERENCE 2024
SAVE THE DATE - 2nd-4th october 2024
Full Delegate Package - £595 per delegate
Full access to the conference over three days
A place at the Tilley Awards Gala Dinner
Two nights accommodation at the conference venue
All meals and refreshments for duration of the event
Book your place here
We have a variety of exhibition opportunities available. For further details contact: Problem_Solving_Conference@southyorks.pnn.police.uk
The Tilley Awards celebrate problem-oriented projects that have achieved measurable success
in resolving issues faced by the police, partners
and/or the community.
By generating a reward system to recognise good practice in problem solving, the Tilley Awards increase the profile of the discipline in the UK. This best practice can be shared internationally, through our close links to the Goldstein Awards.
Click here for further information on entering the Tilley Awards.
For any enquiries relating to the Tilley Awards please contact:
Kindly sponsored by:
South Yorkshire Police
Problem Solving and Crime Prevention
5 Carbrook Hall Road
Sheffield, South Yorks, S9 2EG
T: 07464 985393