Police, customs and border protection officers representing the 27 member states of the European Union (EU) met in Brussels in October to discuss their problems. Police, customs and border protection officers representing the 27 member states of the European Union (EU) met in Brussels in October
Peter Nevitt discusses the need to conglomerate investigative data held on multiple systems to reduce duplication, error and inaccuracy. Peter Nevitt spent 30 years in the UK police service. He describes himself during that time as “a very frustrated user of police IT”. At one point
In This Issue December/January 2014
- Hot topic - We visit the Thermo-Man testing facility to see how personal protective equipment is put through it's paces and discover the importance of effective base layers.
- Connect and serve - NSPIS ends in 2016 having failed to create a joint ICT system for England and Wales. We ask the system suppliers to share their views of what forces must consider when replacing their legacy systems.
- Building blocks - An audit of ICT in the Finnish Police discovered 200 individual silos of information. Now they have the monumental challenge of rationalising all the data in one place.
- Region focus: Israel - We look at clever video processing software condensing hours of footage into a few minutes that are easier to view. Developments in cyber intelligence are allowing teams to search for criminals using their communications traffic. We also look at protecting national infrastructure from terrorist attack and interview Rami Efrati, head of the civilian section of Israel's National Cyber Bureau.
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