Improving custody intelligence

City of London Police has agreed a contract for a custody, case file, crime and intelligence (CCCI) solution that will support the processing and management of detainee and court case data as part of a five-year contract.

Oct 5, 2016
By Paul Jacques

City of London Police has agreed a contract for a custody, case file, crime and intelligence (CCCI) solution that will support the processing and management of detainee and court case data as part of a five-year contract.

According to the award notice, the CCCI contract was launched to procure a single commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solution to replace multiple IT systems to process detainees, manage court case files, record crime and intelligence data, which necessitates the ‘double-keying’ of information and the need to conduct multiple data searches.

Currently, custody and case operations and crime and intelligence are managed through two separate platforms, which means there is also a cost implication (duplicate licensing,maintenance and ICT architecture) from using two systems.

The agreement with the law enforcement software company Niche is valued at £893,200, and City of London Police is also considering how it will best deliver ICT support to a range of operational functions over and above CCCI.

These additional functions include property management, forensic examination, licensing, sex offender management, CCTV information (locations and points of contact), key holders, observation posts, family liaison, disaster victim identification, offender management, road traffic collisions, mental health and professional standards intervention/risk management.

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