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<b><i>Jamie Wilson No reason to be overwhelmed by digital evidence
Could anyone who served in the police service ten years ago have imagined a time when digital evidence would be overwhelming? Probably not, says Jamie Wilson, who is responsible for public safety marketing for NICE Systems throughout EMEA, but he believes this is the situation many forces find themselves in today.
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<b><i>Devon and Cornwall PCC Alison Hernandez CCTV ‘hubs’ network to provide an ‘invaluable police resource’
A network of CCTV monitoring ‘hubs’ are being planned across Devon and Cornwall to provide “an invaluable resource for the police to investigate crime”.
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‘Effective policing’ for digital age promised
The Government’s new Digital Strategy has emphasised the impact digital technology can have on the future of policing and the criminal justice system. Introduced earlier this month by Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley, it says policing and the justice system must “be able to operate effectively in a digital age”.
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<b><i>PCCs John Campion (left) and<br>Philip Seccombe Multi-million pound investment in mobile technology will have ‘extraordinary impact’
Frontline police officers across Warwickshire and West Mercia are to be equipped with personal-issue smartphones and laptop computers in a multi-million pound investment in mobile technology that will have an “extraordinary impact” by enabling them to deliver a better service to the public and be more visible to local communities.
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Officers need to manage ‘complexities’ of analytics
Today’s law enforcement agencies are widely regarded as being at a data and information crossroads. The ability to search and analyse vast amounts of available data to identify patterns and manage resources is an essential part of successful crime reduction, yet many forces often struggle with the analytics solutions available to them.
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<b><i>Sarah Wilkinson ‘Digital leader’ acclaimed
Sarah Wilkinson (above), chief digital, data and technology officer at the Home Office, has been acclaimed as one of the leading women in IT.
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EE showcases balloon and drone ‘masts’ that could support the ESN
EE has unveiled its “mobile technology of the future”, which could have the potential to support the new Emergency Services Network (ESN).
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Artificial intelligence software spots new child sexual abuse media online
New artificial intelligence software designed to spot child sexual abuse media online could help police catch child abusers. It automatically detects new child sexual abuse photos and videos in online peer-to-peer networks.
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Criminal justice system ‘unprepared’ for emerging issues of personal technology
Personal technology such as fitness trackers and smartphones that record users’ daily activities are likely to be used increasingly in criminal investigations, raising questions about individuals’ rights that the legal system is not yet fully prepared to address, according to a new RAND Corporation study.
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<b><i>Supt Sacha Hatchett, Arfon Jones<br>and PC Matt Jones</b></i> All frontline officers in North Wales to get BWV cameras
North Wales Police will be the first force in Wales to equip all officers on frontline duty, including police community support officers and specialist firearms and rural crime teams, with body-worn video (BWV) cameras.
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