Peter Sloly – Smart Policing for Smart Cities


While threats that manifest in cyberspace are a national security imperative, they often manifest at a very local level. Digital connectivity is driving shifts in the policing landscape and new operating models are needed to confront the challenges of crimes enabled by the Internet. As a former Deputy Chief of Police with the Toronto Police Service and an executive director with Deloitte leading the national Security & Justice practice, Peter Sloly is uniquely positioned to share insights into how different levels of government can support the policing of smart cities. Peter will touch on the need for attracting and retaining talent for policing in the new normal, increasing the interconnectivity between police/city/civic services, and exploiting bid data through analytics to fully leverage available resources and create capacity for meaningful change.