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Partner to Policing

We’re delighted to be the Platinum sponsor of the APPC & NPCC Partnership Summit 2023 in partnership with the College of Policing. This is our second year of being a partner to policing.

We’re looking forward to being part of such a pivotal event that gathers leaders in policing across the UK, to reflect and discuss the challenges and opportunities policing faces in 2023 and beyond.

Our team of digital experts will be on hand to share their knowledge and experiences. They’ll also help you explore digital solutions so that you can mindfully utilise huge opportunities through change management and new technologies such as generative AI, decision-making automation, and data analytics.

We believe that ongoing advancements across cloud, automation, AI and analytics can provide policing with a golden opportunity to tackle some of their biggest challenges and become insight-led organisations. New technologies can put officers back to the frontline, deliver better outcomes for victims, . However, success will require increased collaboration, widely adopting and sharing these growing technologies.

There’ll be opportunities at both events for you to gain further insights in how we’ve been helping policing to face growing challenges, partner with sector specialists, and what this means for forces benefiting from this work. Our workshop at PDS on The Future of Digital Forensics focused on how the National Digital Forensics Programme is leading policing’s response to the digital forensics challenge to improve the experience for victims, witnesses, officers and staff.

We were so pleased to sponsor the Police Digital Summit (PDS)2023, co-hosted by the Police Digital Service and National Police Technology Council earlier this year.

Partner and policing

If you'd like to hear more about the case studies you saw at our stand at the summit, please contact Andy Willmer (

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