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Showing Stories from 6th November 2020 to 18th October 2022
Over 600 driving offences detected in UK-first trial with Warwickshire Police

Over 600 driving offences detected in UK-first trial with Warwickshire Police

(18/10/22) The 'sensor test vehicle', which uses AI detection equipment to ascertain whether drivers are distracted at the wheel or not wearing a seatbeat, has already detected 664 offences this month.

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Systems alert: the evolution of intelligent alarms

Systems alert: the evolution of intelligent alarms

(18/10/22) Commercial alarms have moved from the days of door triggers, to motion sensors and pressure plates and can now be monitored with a live video feed into a control centre. Police Oracle speaks to the NPCC security systems lead.

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(12/09/22) Force defends use of live facial recognition technology (29/07/22) AI tech to find motorists using phones
When did it happen? Dealing with Timestamps in Amped FIVE

When did it happen? Dealing with Timestamps in Amped FIVE

(14/07/22) By David Spreadborough - Forensic Video Analyst at Amped Software.

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(04/05/22) Advertorial: Why do you need a video player designed for policing? (22/03/22) Authorised professional practice for live facial recognition published (25/01/22) Forces have drone use certified by surveillance camera commissioner (19/01/22) Force CCTV portal cuts down officer time requesting evidence footage (07/01/22) Forces' use of call recording software constituted 'surveillance' (06/01/22) GMP praised for better compliance on use of informants and surveillance (25/08/21) Police Digital Service sued over award of contract to supplier (11/08/21) Air support: unlocking the potential of drones (03/08/21) Ten-officer armed surveillance team were assigned to Sudesh Amman (04/06/21) 'Fourth-biggest UK force' put together for G7 summit (28/05/21) Estate uses surveillance tech and physical security to design out crime (14/04/21) NPAS defends £10m fixed-wing aircraft procurement (13/04/21) Drone unit and covert surveillance used to target OCGs in prison (08/04/21) Security system prevents illegal encampment on industrial site (10/03/21) Home Office appoints Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner (09/03/21) City ban on police use of AFR is "instructive" says ICO (22/02/21) South Wales use AFR to identify sex offender who tried to abduct woman (05/02/21) Forces receive 89 dashcam videos every day through online portal (13/01/21) Government 'would benefit' by setting facial recognition codes in law (05/01/21) National procurement strategy would 'ensure public faith' in LFR (29/12/20) Direct access to crime databases lost but UK to be given 'special status' (20/11/20) Comment: where next for policing and technology? (20/11/20) Home surveillance up in lockdown (06/11/20) Video clip evidence crucial in tackling West Midlands gangs
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