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Showing Stories from 28th February 2020 to 15th January 2021
Direct access to crime databases lost but UK to be given 'special status'

Direct access to crime databases lost but UK to be given 'special status'

(29/12/20) Deal with EU is a mixed bag on law enforcement but UK promised 'unprecedented levels of co-operation' as a third country.

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(16/12/20) Force procures new BWV system that tags incident footage on-the-go (15/12/20) Devices 'improve morale' by cutting end of shift paperwork (24/11/20) Single Online Home could accept video evidence by next year
Comment: where next for policing and technology?

Comment: where next for policing and technology?

(20/11/20) Forces have moved very quickly to much greater digital working during the pandemic. But more complex challenges lie ahead warns former deputy commissioner Sir Craig Mackey.

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The Yorkshire Ripper: the case that led to the HOLMES system

The Yorkshire Ripper: the case that led to the HOLMES system

(13/11/20) Peter Sutcliffe's terrible crimes fundamentally changed the methods used in linked major inquiries.

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(10/11/20) Digital forensics and social media: challenges and opportunities (06/11/20) Video clip evidence crucial in tackling West Midlands gangs (29/10/20) Comment: failures to launch (27/10/20) Motorola launches TETRA radio that connects to smartphone (21/10/20) Forces say pilot of live streaming platform has been successful (08/10/20) Socrates users can now load crime scene forensics from mobile device (28/09/20) Police Scotland reveals plans for cyber Centre of Excellence (27/09/20) Chip and pin wristbands are new lifesaver for dementia sufferers (17/09/20) Procurement of digital software slower than market, says Met deputy (08/09/20) Releasing video clips won't win social media war, Met deputy warns (26/08/20) Cost and interoperability benefits of ESN questioned in 999 study (24/08/20) Advertorial: How Cellebrite Frontliner simplifies digital data collection at the crime scene (12/08/20) More than half of forces using same records management system (28/07/20) First national purchasing system for digital forensics set to go live (08/07/20) Police Scotland completes roll out of mobile notebook devices (18/06/20) £30 million Ministry of Justice tender for mobile phone disruption tech (18/06/20) Digital consent forms to be updated 'within weeks' following ICO report (17/06/20) High speed air-to-ground network to be built for emergency services (03/06/20) More than 50,000 officers and staff using Teams for remote working (03/06/20) Spending Review must find cash to tackle online fraud, MPs told (11/05/20) Dyfed Powys joins three-force data and intelligence sharing platform (07/05/20) Force replaces eight legacy control room systems with one upgrade (28/02/20) Data drives force's focus on violent crime in 'super output' areas
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