"You're in safe hands at the Bournemouth International Centre" says the Police Federation
The 87th Police Federation Conference and Exhibition returned to the Bournemouth International Centre last month. Over 2500 delegates and representatives from the 43 forces throughout England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and overseas attended the six day event. Recently the Bournemouth International Centre and the town received excellent feedback from the Police Federation securing their return in 2012.
The team at the Bournemouth International Centre work with The Police Federation Conference and Exhibition organisers throughout the year to plan the requirements for each of the six days during the conference and exhibition. With high profile guest speakers, this year including Home Secretary Theresa May, 2500 delegates and over 40 exhibitors to accommodate, it is imperative that requirements are met and the event runs smoothly.
The Police Federation recently fed back to the BIC thanking the venue for facilitating another fantastic conference for the Police Federation of England and Wales.
They added: "We know we can always rely on the BIC to provide a safe and secure venue with a staff that conducts themselves with the utmost professionalism. Bournemouth is a beautiful town easily accessible for all where we know our attendees can be easily accommodated.
Obviously an event like the Police Federation Conference with over two and a half thousand attendees and its high profile guests requires tight security and flexible systems of work. The BIC team always go above and beyond to meet those needs.
As always we are looking forward to our next conference and knowing that 2012 is once again in the safe hands of the BIC is all the better."
Steve Piper, BH Live Head of Venues responded: "This feedback from the Police Federation is a real credit to the whole team at the BIC. Planning and executing a large scale conference and exhibition such as this, ensuring that the organisers needs are met 100% of the way is as important to the town as it is to the BIC and we are really pleased that this has been achieved. We look forward to working with the Police Federation again and to welcoming them back in 2012."