Public safety is complex. Data doesn’t have to be.

Accenture Intelligent Public Safety Platform turns data into a strategic asset, helping to prevent and detect crime, while building public trust.

An intelligent platform for smarter policing

The nature of crime is evolving, alongside increased citizen expectations and reduced budgets, but policing and law enforcement agencies often find themselves chasing the latest crimes—instead of preventing the next.

Data, and the potential to glean insights from numerous sources, has the power to transform public safety. But it also brings additional challenges, aside from managing a deluge of data in multiple formats, from disparate sources. The public may be sceptical of how law enforcement uses new technologies, particularly those that analyse high volumes of data, and may lack trust in the insights provided by those technologies.

The challenge then becomes how can policing and law enforcement build trust with citizens while still harnessing the benefits from new technologies to stay ahead of criminals and keep the public and the communities they serve safe.

Accenture Intelligent Public Safety Platform (IPSP), enabled by Amazon Web Services (AWS), meets the demands of modern policing, contributing to operational effectiveness (prevention and detection of crime), organisational efficiency (better utilisation of resources), workforce engagement (police officer satisfaction) and more responsive, accountable law enforcement.

Meet the demands of modern policing

The nature of threats and criminality are constantly evolving. Policing and law enforcement must keep pace. IPSP supports transparent, ethical and agile law enforcement with advanced analytics and cloud computing through one flexible and scalable platform.

Customised for your needs

Use and pay for only what you need. Customise IPSP and integrate it into your existing systems to lower costs, improve insights and extract value.

Insights to aid decision making

Rapidly generate traceable and accountable insights from data - find new leads in cold cases or identify officers who may be suffering from stress.

Building trust with citizens

By using Accenture’s Conscientious Innovation methodology, IPSP allows public safety agencies to increase transparency for citizens and the public.

A single view of policing data

IPSP brings together multiple data sets in real-time, allowing you to visualise insights for complex issues from human trafficking to cybercrime.

Speed up delivery of results

Powered by AWS, IPSP allows you to collect, store, analyse and visualise data faster, reducing risk of long delays or cost overruns.

Reduce run costs, increase return on investment

IPSP helps to control IT costs and empowers end users to utilise the latest applications, user interfaces and interactions.

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West Midlands Police: Serve and protect with cloud

Data-driven insights have transformed operations.

One platform. Insight across four capabilities.

Data-driven decision making is at your fingertips with IPSP, giving you the power to transform your operations — from complex criminal investigations, to ensuring the wellbeing of your officers and staff.

Situational awareness

Empowers frontline officers and rapid response teams to bring together traditional policing data, news, open source and partner information to understand their deployed environment. It prepares officers to be proactive in response and measured in application of their powers.

Enhanced investigations

Detectives and analysts can perform complex data queries and pattern matching across varied datasets to accelerate the understanding of complex criminal investigations. The ability to analyse text, audio and video in one investigation bring greater clarity and chain of custody audit.

Force management

Allows police chiefs, captains and commanders to understand and build a resilient workforce that is fit for purpose and efficient. Officer wellbeing is also supported to prevent stress and improve the ability to ensure public trust and confidence.

Digital evidence management

Provides a central management, triage and evidence storage solution for officers to manage a variety of evidence types (e.g. text, image, video, audio) with traceability and auditability for investigative and evidentiary purposes.

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Data insights for multiple public safety roles

IPSP has been designed in collaboration with sworn officers and civilian staff, to meet the needs of different roles within a modern public safety organisation.

Police commander

A holistic view of people, budgets and mission intelligence helps those in command deploy resources efficiently while building trust with the public.

First responder

Real-time updates keep officers informed about their mission, and what actions they should be ready to take, so they can protect citizens safely.


IPSP gives detectives and intelligence analysts the tools to join disparate datasets, recording activities for greater transparency and oversight.

Forensic analyst

Digital evidence can yield crucial insights when they are predictable and repeatable without compromising a digital chain of custody.

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Data-driven. Future-proof.

Threat, risk and harm along with technology will continue to evolve. IPSP, enabled by AWS, is built to evolve along with the needs of policing and law enforcement, so new capabilities can be added as needed, and those no longer required can be removed. Harnessing the power, security, reliability, and scalability of the AWS cloud, IPSP turns data from a potential risk into a strategic asset.

That way, policing and law enforcement agencies can keep pace with future challenges and the most effective ways of protecting the citizens they serve—through increasingly preventive activities, more robust evidence collection and analysis, greater support for front-line officers and staff, and critically, by building increased levels of trust and confidence with the public and communities they serve.

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