The NSW Police Force will be the first police force in Australia to implement a digital imagery system of this scale – a solution able to manage and securely archive a large volume of images, stored in a searchable central repository, to make them quickly accessible for law enforcement purposes.
“We are investing in the future of the NSW Police Force by providing officers with the necessary resources to do their job effectively using modern, smart policing strategies,” said Detective Superintendent Ken Hughes, Commander of the Operational Information Agency, NSW Police Force. “Moving to a digital-based imagery management system will save critical time in the law enforcement process. Officers can check the quality of their photography before leaving crime scenes, with no need to process and print photographic film. In addition, they will be able to quickly search, retrieve and distribute filed images.
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