The pace of digital change in UK policing

How tech can help protect and serve in a post-Covid-19 UK

What does an effective police service look like in 2020 and beyond?

It’s a big question.

And in the first few months of this year, the answer changed. Almost overnight.

Tech revolutions that should have been years in the making had to happen in a matter of weeks.

But as the dust begins to settle, challenges like a lack of data sharing and poor collaboration between different departments remain. In fact, they’re more pressing than ever – now with added pressure on costs and resource in the wake of a global pandemic.

How can digital technology help overcome these challenges, while paving the way for a new kind of policing that reflects our way of life today and in future?

Last year we surveyed police forces all over the country. And in light of the above, the results feel more relevant than ever.

You’ll learn:

  • How police forces are already investing in digital technology
  • What they want to achieve and the impact they’re seeing
  • The biggest challenges they’ve faced along the way
  • The biggest challenges they’ve faced along the way


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