National Police Chiefs’ Council set up technology committee

16/11/2023 | UKAuthority

The UK National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) has announced the creation of a new science and technology committee to drive its efforts in digital technology and future policing. NPCC has also appointed a new lead on robotic process automation, with an investment of £1.8 million identified to accelerate national adoption of technology among police forces. The NPCC highlighted the potential of technologies such as digital fingerprint matching, facial recognition and drone use.

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