techUK, working with the National Police Chief’s Council Digital Intelligence and Investigation (DII) programme, invites members to contribute insights in answer to the following questions, to inform the development of a specification to address the police service’s current requirements around disclosure of digital evidence.
Companies who have submitted answers to the RFI will are invited to participate in this roundtable discussion to discuss the issues in more depth.
The national policing lead for DII has been given the challenge of producing a report for the Home Office on technology tools used by police for disclosure of digital evidence, and to produce a robust specification for a user requirement, to shape a potential procurement in the new year.
The scope of this RFI focusses specifically on data contained on mobile phones. Extraction of digital data is not within the scope of this project either. This RFI is solely concerned with tools and processes for managing and assessing digital information once it has been extracted from a device, and quickly evaluating and understanding what must be kept for evidential purposes and shared with defence counsel.
Insights gathered from the RFI and the roundtable session will inform the NPPC and Home Office approach to procuring a comprehensive solution for the police service.
If you would like to complete the RFI and attend the roundtable discussion, please contact email@example.com