BT and Cisco Connected Policing at the APCC / NPCC summit
Manchester, United Kingdom
24 - 25 November 2015
November 24th will see the first ever joint conference of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and the National Police Chiefs Council, bringing together the PCC’s and the Chief constables that are responsible for delivering UK Policing.
This at a time when forces are facing their biggest challenges in decades; new and more challenging crimes, changes in population demographics, the increasing focus on the elderly and vulnerable – and of course all at a time of significant police budget cuts and uncertainties in funding.
Forces will have to make do with less people and resource, They will have to work more closely on a police regionalisation basis and with other bodies on a multi-agency basis if they are to maintain the Peelian principles of preventing crime and disorder and maintaining relationships with the public. Technology has a major role to play in this process.
BT and Cisco will have a major presence at the summit as part of our Connected Policing initiative. As our videos show technology that already exists can be used to help forces meet many of the challenges they are facing. We’ve used a simple graphic led approach to the challenges with an overview and also focusing down on officers, forces and communities.
Our Connected Policing lounge will have demonstrations of the latest mobile solutions for policing, CCTV sharing and call handling and information capture technologies, as well as experts on hand to discuss issues around networks, security, data sharing etc. We look forward to meeting with delegates to discuss just what Connected Policing is all about.
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Saving money while increasing efficiency
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Recover CCTV earlier, enter and upload statements electronically, reduce interview preparation time
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Online ASB reporting, improved use of Social Media, reduce perception of harassment
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Use predictive policing principles, increase community evidence, better comms with key stakeholders