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Showing Stories from 15th January 2021 to 4th March 2021
(03/03/21) MAIT useful for sharing information between force control rooms (02/03/21) Pre-recorded evidence could save time and cases, MPs told
ESN

ESN "still has a long way to go" says new programme chief

(02/03/21) No fixed date yet for switching off Airwave and prototype devices are reaching 'end of life'.

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(26/02/21) Nottinghamshire use new app to monitor sex offenders' activity (26/02/21) Future leaders need new skills and be 'less risk-averse' (25/02/21) NPCC backs Naloxone as West Midlands expands trial (24/02/21) 'Reset' Airwave replacement project 'will be signed off next month' (22/02/21) South Wales use AFR to identify sex offender who tried to abduct woman (19/02/21) Drone use for public order and intelligence 'exceeds remit' force told (17/02/21) College backs findings of 'better co-ordination' during pandemic (16/02/21) Pressing the delete button (11/02/21) Northants set to double number of neighbourhood officers (10/02/21) Interpol requires 'serious investment' to match SIS II capabilities (08/02/21) Hogan-Howe to review PNC records wipe as officers use back-up systems (05/02/21) A question of ethics (05/02/21) Forces receive 89 dashcam videos every day through online portal (05/02/21) Forces must be ready for shift away from 999 experts say (04/02/21) Forces use speed test laboratory to calibrate digital speedometer vehicles
Police ICT: a view from the frontline

Police ICT: a view from the frontline

(03/02/21) Where do frontline officers think the answers to the service's technology problems lie? Two officers shared their views at this week's Police Digital Summit.

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(03/02/21) Poor quality data 'magnifies risk' on systems such as PND (02/02/21) Work underway to redistribute 101 calls to other services
New technology can tip officers over the edge warns chief

New technology can tip officers over the edge warns chief

(02/02/21) Lancashire's chief constable Andy Rhodes said the introduction of new technology "nearly brought the force to its knees" and the impact on wellbeing and readiness of staff to use it must be considered.

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(29/01/21) Officer commended for his "selfless courage" in confronting knifeman (25/01/21) Forensics: 'doing it once for every force's benefit' (25/01/21) The future of crime and criminal justice (21/01/21) Cryptocurrency storage contract to store seized digital assets (19/01/21) Digital technology in prisons (18/01/21) GMP to provide a named contact officer to every resident (15/01/21) PNC not impacted by IT error, says Home Office
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