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Tavcom Training launches online body-worn video course

Taking around 10 hours to complete the course covers the practicalities of using BWV cameras, as well as guidance around policy and regulation. Read More

How crime was ‘designed out’ of a notorious London estate

An ex-council estate once blighted by crime and antisocial behaviour has seen crime plummet thanks to a five-year regeneration project guided by the latest crime prevention techniques. Read More

Managing CCTV investigations: Mick Neville on Tavcom Training’s new course

Tavcom Training has introduced a course for senior investigating officers who oversee the retrieval and analysis of CCTV footage during criminal investigations. We spoke to Mick Neville, former head of the central forensic image team at New Scotland Yard, about why he designed the course and what it offers. Read More

CSL Insurers’ Forum 2018 to explore future of ARCs, Grenfell impact and police-business collaboration

The line-up for the CSL Insurers' Forum 2018 has been confirmed, featuring presentations from senior figures from the FIA, NSI, SMS, National Business Crime Solution and Banham Group. Read More

WATCH: Deal or no deal, Brexit seems likely to undermine border security

Labour MP Yvette Cooper has accused the Border Force chief and a top Home Office official of “not being straight” with MPs about the ramifications of a no-deal Brexit. This video examines some of the crime-fighting tools, bodies and agreements at stake as the UK inches ever closer to exiting the world's largest trading bloc without a deal. Read More

Accredited lone worker devices have saved the taxpayer £60m in 12 months

The BSIA is crediting BS 8484-accredited systems with the fact that the lone worker industry is now passing between 0.1-0.2% of all lone worker-generated alarms to the police via lone worker unique reference numbers (URNs). Read More

How a murder investigation was solved in minutes using video analytics

If you have watched any of the crime dramas on Netflix you will know that when it comes to solving […] Read More

Cyber crime could change the face of policing by 2022, says senior officer

Policing may need to consider a re-balancing away from the traditional approach and invest more in research and innovative technology if it is to keep pace with cybercriminals, Gloucestershire Police assistant chief constable Richard Berry, National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for communications data, told delegates at IFSEC recently. Read More

Data-driven surveillance and the privacy-security balance: ‘Question Time’ insights from Tony Porter, Lord Paddick and more

The “Orwellian” deployment of video surveillance systems in Abu Dhabi was among the topics discussed by a panel including Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter and Lord Brian Paddick on Wednesday. Read More

“Alexa, I have a crime to report”: Amazon Echo to become crime-reporting tool

Lancashire Police are exploiting soaring sales of the Amazon Echo to open up a cost-effective channel for crime reporting at a time of budgetary austerity. Read More



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