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Showing Stories from 27th November 2018 to 22nd October 2019
CSA: the need for digital buffers

CSA: the need for digital buffers

(22/10/19) Technology clearly plays a key role in investigating child sexual exploitation. Patrick Horgan, Law Enforcement Liaison Officer with Griffeye, argues that while it can be a double-edged sword - leading to increasingly large backlogs of digital evidence - it can also be used to protect investigators from the psychological damage caused by having to view extreme content.

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BT to build £28m national police cyber centre

BT to build £28m national police cyber centre

(17/10/19) BT has won a contract to develop the new centre tasked with improving police IT and cyber security.

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(17/10/19) System used to detect banking fraud proves worth in child protection pilot
Forces at 'significant organisational risk' from corrupt officers

Forces at 'significant organisational risk' from corrupt officers

(27/09/19) Inspectorate report on abuse of position for sexual purposes highlights lack of progress on vetting and tracking of illicit ICT use.

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(25/09/19) Call back is a good fall back (25/09/19) £3m smartphone upgrade for Lancashire police says PCC (24/09/19) Artificial Intelligence: threats and opportunities (10/09/19) ADVERTORIAL: Rescue drone seminar new feature in emergency services event (09/09/19) Met and BTP 'have provided images' for King's Cross facial recognition (05/09/19) Deputy Commissioner backs use of facial recognition (04/09/19) Force can continue trials of facial recognition after high court dismisses legal challenge (04/09/19) BTP denies involvement with facial recognition system (28/08/19) Geocoding app squares up to challenge of pinpointing poachers as well as people in distress (30/07/19) Force pens deal to provide 'faster' network services for officers as part of modernisation plan (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 (12/06/19) Microsoft to lead Met's digital transformation (15/05/19) 'We have the legal clarity' to use mobile hacking technology, says Police Scotland (10/05/19) Home Office needs to 'get its house in order' on ESN delays (27/04/19) Anti-facial recognition lobbyists 'spinning the facts' (12/04/19) New technology to combat drivers illegally using mobile phones (29/03/19) Can US system help forces crack down on gun crime? (18/03/19) National success for digital investigator (27/02/19) Law enforcement and tech industry to keep 'shining' partnership going against software fraudsters (05/02/19) 'No one can predict whether national data solution will be rolled out this spring' (01/02/19) 'We are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our workforce' (23/01/19) Mobile revolution in Scotland to bring savings equivalent to 'hundreds of officers' (07/01/19) Software company purchase will improve information sharing between control rooms and officers (27/11/18) First force to try predictive policing quietly cancelled contract
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