Annual General Meeting with Presentation on Metropolitan Police ICT Strategy

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Room 102, Town House, Penrhyn Road, Kingston University, KT1 2EE.

7.30pm (prompt start) - 9.00pm

Free to attend for both BCS Members and non-members.


Gary Fitzpatrick


The presentation will take the audience through the evolution of the MPS ICT strategy detailing how we are transforming legacy application silos accessible largely only from desktops, into a new world where information is stored in a single logical POLE (Person, Object, Location, Event database) and is designed to be accessible from mobile devices wherever officers are deployed on the street. Gary will also cover the Met’s approach to agile development and experiences over the last 8 months.

Gary Fitzpatrick

Gary Fitzpatrick is the Director of Solution Delivery within Digital Policing group of the Metropolitan Police Service. He has worked within the MPS for 19 years in a variety of areas including in the Centre for Applied Research and Technology, The Met’s e-Communications team, the Command and Control programme, and was responsible for leading the team on the Mets new ICT strategy published last year. Gary is now driving the introduction of Agile development in the Met to deliver the ICT strategy - a Mobile Centric Service Oriented Architecture. He leads a team of 100 developers, architects, business analysts and test staff, and some of the recent successes of this new team include the launch of 500 IPads for operational officers achieved with 6 months of programme start, a new application to deliver efficiencies in case preparation, and a new “google-style” search function giving officers much better access to critical policing information.

This event will be preceded by a short AGM (10-15 minutes). Non-members are welcome though voting at the AGM is member only.

PDF Icon Minutes of the last AGM (24 Sep 13)

PDF Icon Chairs Report

PDF Icon AGM Minutes Sep 2014