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CoPaCC Police ICT: User Perspectives Reports

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Comparing User Experiences

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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The CoPaCC Police ICT: Forces in Focus - Comparing User Experiences Report examines the responses of officers and staff from 10 police forces that provided the largest response to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The report charts their level of satisfaction with ICT provision in their individual forces via ten questions covering a range of subjects including overall satisfaction, investment, access to a computer, provision of mobile devices, system integration and data reliability, training and support. The responses are broken down to federated ranks, senior officers and staff providing a unique insight into the challenges experienced in each force. The results are bench marked in each subject area against the national average of the all the responses from the 48 police forces in the survey. The report is critical reading for anyone with an interest in improving the provision of ICT in these forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Individual Force Reports Part 1 North

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Part 1 of the CoPaCC Police ICT: Forces in Focus Individual Force Reports examines the responses of officers and staff from Lancashire, North Wales and North Yorkshire police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The report charts their level of satisfaction with ICT provision in their individual forces via ten questions covering a range of subjects including overall satisfaction, investment, access to a computer, provision of mobile devices, system integration and data reliability, training and support. The responses are broken down to federated ranks, senior officers and staff providing a unique insight into the challenges experienced in each force. The report is critical reading for anyone with an interest in improving the provision of ICT in these forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Individual Force Reports Part 2 Midlands

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Part 2 of the CoPaCC Police ICT: Forces in Focus Individual Force Reports examines the responses of officers and staff from Staffordshire and West Mercia police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The report charts their level of satisfaction with ICT provision in their individual forces via ten questions covering a range of subjects including overall satisfaction, investment, access to a computer, provision of mobile devices, system integration and data reliability, training and support. The responses are broken down to federated ranks, senior officers and staff providing a unique insight into the challenges experienced in each force. The report is critical reading for anyone with an interest in improving the provision of ICT in these forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Individual Force Reports Part 3 South-East

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Part 3 of the CoPaCC Police ICT: Forces in Focus Individual Force Reports examines the responses of officers and staff from Thames Valley and Metropolitan police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The report charts their level of satisfaction with ICT provision in their individual forces via ten questions covering a range of subjects including overall satisfaction, investment, access to a computer, provision of mobile devices, system integration and data reliability, training and support. The responses are broken down to federated ranks, senior officers and staff providing a unique insight into the challenges experienced in each force. The report is critical reading for anyone with an interest in improving the provision of ICT in these forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Individual Force Reports Part 4 South

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Part 4 of the CoPaCC Police ICT: Forces in Focus Individual Force Reports examines the responses of officers and staff from Hampshire, Sussex and Wiltshire police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The report charts their level of satisfaction with ICT provision in their individual forces via ten questions covering a range of subjects including overall satisfaction, investment, access to a computer, provision of mobile devices, system integration and data reliability, training and support. The responses are broken down to federated ranks, senior officers and staff providing a unique insight into the challenges experienced in each force. The report is critical reading for anyone with an interest in improving the provision of ICT in these forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Appendix I North

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Verbatim comments submitted by officers and staff from Lancashire, North Wales and North Yorkshire police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The unedited comments provide detailed and sometimes emotive insight into their experience of ICT provision in their forces. The comments are a must read for anyone with an interest in improving police ICT provision in these police forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Appendix II Midlands

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Verbatim comments submitted by officers and staff from Staffordshire and West Mercia police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The unedited comments provide detailed and sometimes emotive insight into their experience of ICT provision in their forces. The comments are a must read for anyone with an interest in improving police ICT provision in these police forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Appendix III South East

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Verbatim comments submitted by officers and staff from Thames Valley and Metropolitan police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The unedited comments provide detailed and sometimes emotive insight into their experience of ICT provision in their forces. The comments are a must read for anyone with an interest in improving police ICT provision in these police forces.

Police ICT: Forces in Focus – Appendix IV South

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight3rd December 2019

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Verbatim comments submitted by officers and staff from Hampshire, Sussex and Wiltshire police forces to the CoPaCC National Police ICT Survey 2018. The unedited comments provide detailed and sometimes emotive insight into their experience of ICT provision in their forces. The comments are a must read for anyone with an interest in improving police ICT provision in these police forces.

Digital Evidence Management: User Perspectives 2018

REGISTER Policing Insight13th November 2018

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This second report from the CoPaCC Police ICT: User Perspectives series examines police officer and staff views and experiences of the challenges they face managing digital evidence in their force. The report provides results and analyses from two new questions added to the 2018 CoPaCC National Police ICT User Survey. The questions, developed in partnership with NICE Public Safety, were answered by 3599 respondents from 48 UK police forces and generated over 900 comments.

Police ICT: User Perspectives 2018

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight8th October 2018

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A survey of police officers and staff from 48 UK police forces, the report provides a unique insight into the views of the front-line on the provision of ICT in their force. The results and feedback from end users are required reading for police managers, buyers and suppliers.

Research supported by the Police Federation of England and Wales, the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales, and the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents.

Police ICT: User Perspectives 2017

SUBSCRIBE Policing Insight5th December 2017

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A survey of police officers from 44 police forces across England, Scotland and Wales, the report provides a unique insight into the views of the front-line on the provision of ICT in their force. The results and feedback from end users are required reading for police managers, buyers and suppliers.

Research supported by the Police Federation of England and Wales, the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales, and the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents.

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