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Smarter policing with artificial intelligence
A report last year from Stanford University in California – Artificial Intelligence and Life in 2030 – identified public safety and security as one of the domains in which artificial intelligence (AI) will become much more prevalent in the coming decades.
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A ‘future partnership of technology and policing’
Norfolk Constabulary is the latest force to begin using drones with the start of a three-month trial of the unmanned aerial vehicles.
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<b><i>Matthew Gerber Using social media to predict crimes
Although most people do not broadcast in advance their intention to engage in criminal activity, researchers in the US have discovered that the use of Twitter could help predict crime.
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<b><i>Georgina Maratheftis New pathways to digital engagement
Greater collaboration between the emergency services and other public services that embeds a ‘digital DNA’ in their work – adopting a smarter more holistic vision of citizens and place – would mean communities are “motivated to come together with shared values and skills to drive a better quality of life for all”.
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<b><i>Nick Hawkins Connected threat: Minimising cyber risks
The ransomware attack in May on thousands of private and public sector organisations across the world, including the NHS, prompted an investigation by the National Audit Office into the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders.
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MPS rollout of 22,000 BWV cameras nears completion
More than 2,000 additional officers at the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) have been equipped with body-worn video (BWV) cameras as the largest rollout of the devices by police anywhere in the world nears completion.
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‘Putting cloud first’ in communications
A new cloud-based approach to providing critical communications for emergency services’ control centres allows for flexibility and innovation to meet any future requirements and the “enhancement of operational processes and procedures”.
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CSIs get ‘smart’ on forensic evidence
Technology
Crime scene investigators (CSIs) in West Yorkshire are using smartphone-based policing applications to save valuable time each shift with automated administration, while at the same time strengthening chain of evidence.
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<b><i>Dave Marsh</b></i> New framework to provide bespoke training
Technology
Capita has been chosen by Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to manage a framework that will provide bespoke training services to public sector organisations and the Civil Service.
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‘Smart’ mapping transforms policing
Technology
Cleveland Police is making use of analytical mapping technology to give greater information to officers on what is happening locally in what it believes is a “first” for UK forces.
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