Digital can Transform Crime-Fighting
techUK publishes 'Digital Policing: The Future of Modern Crime Prevention' outlining the potential of digital to help police fight crime and save money.
New Report Warns Police About Chronic Digital Skills Gap
HMIC warns police that they must address their digital skills gap.
Tech is the Key to Solving the Prison Crisis
Whether the issue is safety, security or rehabilitation, technology holds the key to solving prisons' problems.
Technology is critical to delivering national security, public safety and cyber resilience to the UK.
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There are many benefits to participating in our programme or group activities.
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