News (March 2018)

BAPCO 2018 Presentations Available

29th Mar 2018

We are grateful to all of our presenters at BAPCO 2018. Those presentations which can be shared more widely are now available for BAPCO members. read more..

TCCA CEO Tony Gray on BAPCO 2019 with CCE

28th Mar 2018

See and hear what TCCA CEO Tony Gray thinks of the recently announced plans to host Critical Communications Europe in association with BAPCO 2019 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. read more..

BAPCO & TCCA Announce Joint Event

21st Mar 2018

BAPCO and TCCA have today announced that TCCA's Critical Communications Europe (CCE) event will take place in conjunction with the BAPCO Annual Conference & Exhibition, the BAPCO Show, at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK on 12th and 13th March 2019. read more..

BAPCO 2018 Show Guide Now Available

18th Mar 2018

Your guide to the BAPCO Annual Conference & Exhibition 2018, the BAPCO Show, is available to read and download. read more..


16th Mar 2018

Motorola Solutions is delighted to share with you the Summary and Recommendations Report of the Third Cityforum Annual Digital Policing Summit held in late 2017. read more..

Meet the next generation of control rooms

15th Mar 2018

Discover how APD's cloud-based solutions are helping under-pressure emergency services to manage demand and protect their investments in control room solutions. read more..

Emergency Services Network (ESN) news update

15th Mar 2018

The Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme (ESMCP) recently launched an Invitation to Tender (ITT) to procure a supplier to develop and support an independent testing and reporting capability to initially assess EE’s commercial 4G coverage followed by ESN. read more..

Control Room Awards 2018 - Leader of the Year Award is BAPCO member, Phil Quickenden

9th Mar 2018

BAPCO CEO presents fellow BAPCO member with his Leader of the Year award at last night's APD Control Room Awards. read more..

'ESN director to leave amid fears project is falling behind' The Telegraph

4th Mar 2018

The head of a Home Office project to replace the radio system relied upon by hundreds of thousands of police, paramedics and fire crews is to be replaced at a critical juncture. By Chris Williams read more..

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