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Home Office outlines £23m police innovation funding plans
By Neil Merrett
Latest tranche of financing for force innovation projects includes programmes focused on back office collaboration and more efficient information sharing via digital platforms
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Police Scotland looks ahead to life after i6
By David Bicknell
The decision to end development of the i6 operational policing system is a disappointment for all parties involved. But the Scottish Police Authority, Police Scotland and Accenture must all now move on.
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Competition authority clears Motorola's acquisition of Airwave
By David Bicknell
Approval removes any regulatory concern that could have delayed ongoing development of the Emergency Services Network
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East Midlands police forces' "strategic alliance" toned down to "tri-force collaboration"
By David Bicknell
Leicestershire PCC Lord Bach tells local police and crime panel that "strategic alliance" is "too grand a title"
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Police ICT Company chief worries about body-worn video procurement
By David Bicknell
Martin Wyke applauds innovation from body-worn video adoption but warns of lack of common technical standards, wide variation in unit cost and little thought given to data use, sharing and storage
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Technology sector supports Remain in EU referendum
By David Bicknell
Letter to The Times from technology companies, large and small, warns that a vote to Leave would "leave tech firms and their customers facing significant and prolonged uncertainty"
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Tri-borough and BT to collaborate in £200m London ICT framework
By David Bicknell
Agreement covering range of ICT products and services will be open to public sector users across London, with health sector organisations a key target
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IP Bill critics look to the Lords to address surveillance concerns
By Neil Merrett
Commons passes proposed legislation with Labour Party support, political opponents urge peers to scrutinise the justification for bulk data collection and wider tech industry impacts
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Home Office agrees three year police database extension with CGI
By David Bicknell
CGI to 'disaggregate' relationship with other suppliers involved in PND delivery; database expected to account for 6m searches this year
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Home Office and English national parks agree emergency services accord
By David Bicknell
ESMCP document confirms need to develop mobile network infrastructure while respecting national parks environment
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