Sign up today to book your free place at the next TeamPolice webinar, which will discuss ‘The value of team sports to everyone’s wellbeing’? The webinar takes place on 13 April 2021 between 16.00 and 17.30.
The April event will feature Matt Jukes QPM, Assistant Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police and Vanessa Jardine, Deputy Chief Constable, West Midlands Police, who will be joining the panel alongside Sally Bunyard Spiers, who manages the Women’s Basketball Team, and Superintendent Brad Howe, who manages the Men’s Football Team
TeamPolice is excited to be holding this series of webinars to debate and promote the importance of sport to our overall health. Organisers would like to say a huge thank you to the event sponsor, Magnet Forensics, for helping to keep the conversation going between the policing family, senior staff and other organisations who consider sporting activity an essential element to wellbeing in the police.
Jad Saliba, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Magnet Forensics, said, “Supporting police agencies in the pursuit of justice in cases that have emerged in the digital age, such as child sexual exploitation, is core to our mission at Magnet Forensics. At the same time, we’re mindful of the impact such investigations are having on the wellness of police officers. We have developed tools and features in our flagship platform, Magnet AXIOM, to help address the potential harm to the mental wellbeing of digital investigators. We’re also proud to support the work of TeamPolice given the important work they’re doing to support the broader wellness of active and retired officers throughout the United Kingdom.”
Ian Campbell, Executive Officer of PSUK, said, “PSUK is delighted that Magnet Forensics is supporting our April webinar. The event will give attendees a chance to engage with senior officers on the value of team sports to everyone’s wellbeing.”
Join the conversation on 13 April to find out what your police services are doing to support sport, health and wellbeing. This is your chance to ask policy makers your burning questions and to suggest how improvements can be made to support sport for all – book your free ticket today.