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Showing Stories from 1st February 2019 to 11th June 2020
Met signs off on final year of £350 million digital IT contract

Met signs off on final year of £350 million digital IT contract

(04/05/20) Contract with seven suppliers will end in April 2021.

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Facial recognition: the need to 'opt in'

Facial recognition: the need to 'opt in'

(30/04/20) Artificial Intelligence systems such as facial recognition cannot be 'opt out' tools if they are to be used as effectively as CCTV argues Jason Sierra.

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(26/03/20) Mobile scanning ID system offered free to police and border forces (11/03/20) New biometrics commissioner to limit retention of custody images (05/03/20) Use of Covert Human Intelligence Sources falls to 10-year low (13/02/20) Retention of man's DNA, fingerprints and photo 'violation of privacy' (11/02/20) Live facial recognition 'not fit for police use' say Scottish MPs
New commercial body to pool procurement power of 999 services

New commercial body to pool procurement power of 999 services

(05/02/20) Blue Light Commercial to be led by £150K CEO who will have 'a virtual team' of 45 commercial managers.

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(27/01/20) 'Name and shame' forces who do not sign up to national ICT systems (24/01/20) Met to deploy live facial recognition technology in targeted locations (22/11/19) HMCIC appeals to new government 'to take justice system seriously' (31/10/19) Information Commissioner says use of LFR needs a case by case review (09/09/19) Met and BTP 'have provided images' for King's Cross facial recognition (28/08/19) Geocoding app squares up to challenge of pinpointing poachers as well as people in distress (08/08/19) New test 'makes it harder to lie to the police' (30/07/19) Global partnership on facial recognition results 'perfect time to promote officer safety and efficiency' (19/07/19) Halt to facial recognition technology trial urged as MPs question its legality (17/07/19) Force given another £5m for trial of predictive policing (09/07/19) Policing 'needs to demonstrate it is complying with data protection law' (04/07/19) Stop all live trials of facial recognition technology until 'significant' concerns resolved (08/06/19) Forces turn to biometric authentication as the final frontier in public safety (24/05/19) Facial scanning technology needs greater regulation in legal framework, court told (22/05/19) Police hail 'value' of face scanning technology in world first legal action against its use (22/05/19) Police has 'no statutory power' for wholesale processing of people's data (21/05/19) First court battle to challenge police use of facial recognition (16/05/19) Facial recognition poor at recognising people from ethnic minorities (15/05/19) 'We have the legal clarity' to use mobile hacking technology, says Police Scotland (20/02/19) Forces promised new offender tracking 'not going soft' on crime (01/02/19) 'We are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our workforce'
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