Homeland Security and Foundation of police research along with Nexgen exhibition are going to organize a gala police expo. Where stalwarts of security Industry from all over the world are going to exhibit their modern and latest products and equipment related to defense and police force. The event will be organized at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on 10 and11 May.
This special occasion will provide a natural hub for a Security and Defense business in Asia and the world to boost the make in India policy. International Police Expo is an international platform for modern and latest police and defense equipment and tools. The event provides various products like Police Welfare & Safety, Technology & Equipment for Attaining Basic Aims of modern Policing and defense. It is the only exhibition which is focused and an interactive platform where the police & other forces representatives of different nations and equipment suppliers can meet their business opportunities related to forces fitness, training, and protection and rescue equipment.
The event also provides seminars and training sessions for the police officials and various conferences dealing to resolve the common issues faced by the police.
V K Bansal, an organizer said that modern and prosperous India needs modern and latest equipment and technology to protect from an internal and external enemy. This much awaited annual event exclusive for Police and Security personnel has two more attraction to watch. 3 rd edition of Home Land Security Expo and debutant edition of Fire, Safety and Security expo are coincided with International Police Expo thus making a very comprehensive and powerful platform for all those who are responsible for Police modernization, equipment procurement and logistics and provisioning functionaries from all State Police Force, Central Armed Police Force, all three wings of Defense force.
Bansal further said that Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen to modernize our Police Forces and to make them Smart police in view of his ambitious Smart Cities concept where policing will be equipped with modern equipment and technologies. The government of India very recently earmarked a fund of INR 25,000 Crores for Indian Polices for buying of modern equipment. Almost all State Police are now using technology for safety and security of citizens of Nation. Police Stations are being modernized with CCTV, face recognition system and other technology for prompt detection of crime.
Communication technologies are helping Police a lot of intercepting voice and control the crime before it happens. International Police Expo and Home Land Security Expo will give an opportunity to the Police force to identify the best-suited technology and equipment for them and to have one to one interaction with vendors of these technologies and equipment in view to know more on insight and to assess suitability.
As per plan 100 Airports are set to be operational which needs lots of safety and security equipment worth USD 61 billion, he said adding “Besides Government is all set to incur approx. USD 400 Billion on infrastructure development like Highways, Railways, Airports and other pivotal installations, out of which a sizable money would be spent on Safety and Security related equipment”.
Over 20 countries, with over 2000 senior Police Officers and delegations are expected to attend the exhibition and conferences. The exhibition is India’s annual event for display of cutting edge technology, modern firearms, surveillance, cyber security and forensics related products.
Two days show is all set to invite Director General of Police, Additional Director General of Police, Inspector General of Police, Dy. Inspector General of Police and other senior functionaries from State Police, Central Armed Police Force like BSF, CRPF, CISF, SSB, ITBP etc. Home Land Security segment attracts senior officers from all three services like Army, Airforce and Navel organizations.
International Police Expo is also going to host the international delegation from Maldives Police where they are in process of sourcing some international technologies through this international congregation. It is imperative to say that International Police Expo has acclaimed the global attention in the line of Security domain.
For the very first-time arms display by Molot-Oruzhie Ltd from Russia, which is a global leader in producing most modern firearms and supplying to various countries, are going to promote the utility of such firearms in modern warfare and counter-terror operations. In other latest technology, Body Worn Camera is going to be displayed by Axon Company from Australia which will help to record the incident.
Israel’s world known Mobile forensic technology offered by Cellebrite is going to help the crime investigation team an excellent helping hand. Luvo from Czech Republic is going to display the NATO approved guns which are well tested in various warfare.
Few other companies like Stream light from the USA will display emergency lights for disaster management, Atola Canada and Foster Freeman UK will be displaying the latest forensic solutions, Speed Gun for Traffic Management will be displayed by Lasertech USA, Suprema from Korea will be displaying the most sophisticated ID authentication for Airports.
Dr. Tapan Chakroborty, Executive Director, Foundation for Police Research, the co-organizer of event said that in addition to the exhibition itself, International Police Expo attendees will have the opportunity to access a very exclusive conference stream on the theme of Challenges in Combating Trans-national Crimes and Terrorism will host unique content focusing on regional issues, from key industry members, academic contributors and high-ranking Police and Security personnel, etc.
Organiser: Nexgen Exhibitions Private Limited
Nexgen Exhibitions Pvt Ltd is into organizing of B2B exhibitions and Trade Fairs since 2006. NEPL organize exhibitions in India and Abroad. It is a regular organizer of International Police Expo in Delhi, Home Land Security Expo at Vietnam, SugarAsia in Mumbai and Bangkok and Medi plus care in Uganda. It has organized exhibitions in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Kenya previously and attracts domestic and international companies to participate in their exhibitions.
It enjoys trust and confidence of thousands of national and international companies who had achieved their business objectives by participating in various exhibitions organized by Nexgen.
Co-organizer: Foundation for Police Research
Foundation for Police Research (FPR) is a Not for profit organisation registered as a trust, was formed to carry out various research and technical studies on the various subject which needs to be adopted and implemented by our Police organizations while securing society.
Towards attaining this objective Foundation for Police Research published an exclusive Journal on Police and Internal security under the title ‘Cops Today International’.