Wales 5000 Officers get access to Niche RMS, PNC, and other police databases, using Samsung Note4 devices running Android
iPatrol on Samsung Note4 devices, on Vodaphone 4G allows officers to aceess Police Databases, identify individuals and collect evidence, and could lead to a 10% increase in the time police spend on the streets, equating to an additional 436,000 hours per year.
Richard Lewis, assistant chief constable for South Wales Police: “I-Patrol has been developed to include some additional features, including an electronic police notebook with writing stick, enabling officers to create a digitised record of their activities on the beat, and a GPS function, which can relate any entries to a specific location. It also has a federated search function, which provides access to the systems accessible through the BlackBerrys plus others, such as the Niche record management system, and national systems including Quick Address Search.”
South Wales Police assistant chief constable Richard Lewis said: “In situations where every second counts, it is vitally important that the technology and services we use are both responsive and reliable, if we are to continue to meet the challenges of 21st century policing.”
“Our officers now have more information at their fingertips than has ever been previously possible, and they can access and update this quickly, wherever they may be. We are confident that all our communities will benefit.”
iPatrol and Electronic Pocket NoteBook enhance the efficiency of Gwent Police and South Wales Police officers, enabling officers at Crime Scenes to do more at the scene without the need to return to the station.
Armed with a new suite of MPA apps for mobile law enforcement, Mobile Innovations President Gary Bauer will be launching ‘Generation 3 MPA’ at the 110th CACP Conference and Exhibition in Quebec City – August 16 to 19, 2015.