Business Summit 2017
Organised crime, cyber security, opportunities for young people
and the multi-million pound police budget - West Midlands Police
and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson has revealed the topics for
his annual Business Summit.
This year's event will take place at Lloyd House in
Birmingham on January 18 from 6pm, with the entire business
community invited to attend.
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David
Jamieson said: "This year, myself and my
Assistant PCC Ashely Bertie will be talking about our work with
young people and why their ambition and potential is so important
to the future of our economy. We really want to see businesses
reach out to support our youngsters and offer mentoring, training
"West Midlands Police will also be delivering a speech about
the links between business crime and organised crime. This will
prove to be an interesting and, indeed, vital presentation for
anyone who may be touched by this sort of crime.
"I hope to see as many businesspeople there as possible and
would urge you all to sign up now and make the most of this evening
of information, discussion and feedback."
Other items on the agenda include a discussion about the
development of borough-wide business-crime partnerships led by the
first one of its kind, Wolverhampton.
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner Chief Financial
Officer Mark Kenyon will also be making a presentation about the
police budget, council tax precept and funding, as well as
answering questions from delegates.
The headline figures from the region's second annual cyber
crime survey will also be revealed at the summit. People can
respond to the survey here
To register for the event, click here