Jul 25, 2022 | UK News

This year’s Emergency Services Show returns to Birmingham’s NEC on 21 and 22 September, and will showcase how technology and innovation continue to transform emergency response for all blue light services and first responders. 

Police, fire and rescue, ambulance and rescue professionals will once again join forces at the UK’s largest EMS event in Birmingham to collaborate, share experiences and learn from each other.

“When unprecedented and unforeseen events ranging from Covid to the Ukraine crisis are starting to feel like a new normal, the pace of innovation throughout our emergency services is an inspiration to all who come in contact with them,” noted David Brown, ESS Event Director. 

“The Emergency Services Show offers a unique forum to support the entire emergency services community to be better prepared for future incidents, by seeing and touching the latest products and equipment and exploring new technologies.”

This year’s show will showcase technology and products from 450 exhibitors in public safety, medical and firefighting equipment, vehicles and fleet, drones, satellite and blended communications. 

It will also feature the latest in search and rescue, extrication, water rescue, CBRNE, first response, protective clothing and uniforms, training, community safety and station facilities. Emergency service procurement teams will gain priority access with accelerated discovery and networking opportunities.

Lord Hogan-Howe, former MET Police Commissioner, will chair ‘Future Policing’.

Following its launch in 2021, the ‘Future Policing’ event returns this year and is estimated to be 30% larger than previous years.

Supported by an Advisory Council chaired by Lord Hogan-Howe, the former Met Police Commissioner, ‘Future Policing’ will highlight the latest technologies, equipment and training for the police sector plus a CPD-accredited conference featuring prominent speakers. 


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