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Policing information management: improving the efficiency and performance of police information technology by unlocking the value of information.
Police forces around the world must meet unprecedented challenges and increasing citizen expectations while improving efficiency and eliminating waste with reduced resources. Faced with these challenges, how are policing organizations to protect citizens, increase public confidence and make people feel safer?
Accenture’s latest point-of-view, Information Management in Policing: Improving Efficiency and Performance By Unlocking the Value of Data, illustrates how information management plays a crucial role in all policing activities and how an effective framework can deliver performance and efficiency benefits right across the organization from the coordination, command and control center through operations to investigations and relationship management.
Policing organizations around the world face unprecedented challenges: the need to tackle volume crime, address the threat from transnational criminal networks and deal with the ongoing threat of international and domestic terrorism. At the same time, they must meet increasing citizen expectations for more visible community-oriented policing and greater public transparency and accountability. Moreover, policing organizations must meet these challenges while reducing costs and resource, improving efficiency and eliminating waste.
Faced with these challenges, how are policing organizations to protect citizens, increase public confidence and make people feel safer?
October 19, 2010
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