The changing nature of crime is placing new demands on police forces
The basic mission and attitude towards policing hasn’t changed since the publication of Sir Robert Peel’s Principles of Law Enforcement in 1829. However, the environment in which the police operate has changed considerably.
Protecting people and property, maintaining the peace, detecting crime and bringing offenders to justice remain the core functions of policing. However, the changing nature of crime is placing new demands on police services to respond to ever-evolving threats whilst driving efficiencies.
Digital transformation will support and enhance the way police forces operate and help them to better achieve their mission. Digital solutions will relieve the pressure on police time, make better use of data, integrate services, combat the growing problem of cyber security and ultimately release officers to deal with situations that need a greater human input.
Digital policing is developing within the context of rising citizen expectations, increased scrutiny and public need for in-person contact with police officers. No matter how high tech police work becomes, there is no replacement for human intelligence, professional instinct and empathy.
of adults were a victim at least once of fraud and computer misuse in 2016*
*HMIC Report – PEEL: Police effectiveness 2016, March 2017
Maintaining continuity while flexing rapidly to meet new demands is vital at times of challenge. As a trusted partner, we enable police forces to leverage the value of digital technologies and data to help safeguard citizens and deliver essential services.Find out more
Services and solutions for Police
Business change and the delivery of digital and mobile technologies to enhance force productivity and improve citizen engagement.
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Multi-Agency Incident Transfer
Enables secure and instant transfer of incidents and information between multiple agencies, reducing costs and increasing efficiencies.
Joining Police, HMCTS and the justice chain to improve speed to justice and optimise the victim and witness journey.
The Met, like many other police services, is undertaking a digital transformation to deal with the challenges of changing crime and the need to engage better with the citizens of London, whilst proving value for money. The One Met Model programme drives the business change, supported by the Met’s Digital Policing technology enablement.View the Case Study
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