Policing technologies for digital transformation
Police communication technology
Equipping frontline staff with communication devices empowers them to protect themselves and the public by having access to real-time data and the ability to respond to sudden changes in the field, efficiently.
- Personal mobile devices like smartphones and mobile computers give the police force real-time access to critical data and keep the frontline workers connected with push-to-talk communications
- Wearable devices ensure constant communication between frontline workers and command centres, meaning an officer’s location and status, including heart rate, can be consistently monitored
- Our recommended mobile security software solutions ensure the unrivalled security of data across all devices, always
Law enforcement technology
Law enforcement technologies ensure that officers can spend more time preventing crime by easily and efficiently capturing data, intelligence and evidence that is digitally ready for the Crown Prosecution Service.
- Equipping your police force with vehicle-mounted and handheld rugged mobile computing solutions allows officers access to their desktop when working operationally, make notes effectively at crime scenes, share images and videos, and the ability to upload information and evidence to primary policing software in real-time
- Body-worn video cameras help bring speedier justice for victims
- In-car video systems allow officers to precisely document events as they unfold and alert them to threats in real-time
Asset tracking and telematics
Our recommended police technology and software solutions enable digital tracking of assets, linking people, vehicles, equipment and actions to provide real-time data to ensure safety and justice.
- Follow the movements of your entire police vehicle fleet with telematics fleet management solutions to ensure driver and public safety
- Location-monitoring devices track the location of high-rate offenders
- Mobile label printers can be carried by officers for labelling evidence and barcode scanners can be utilised for the authenticity and traceability of evidence
- Radiofrequency identification (RFID) technology can be used for inventory management where line-of-sight scanning isn’t possible