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NSW Police technology to be propelled into 21st century in US partnership

Police officers can spend hours sorting through different systems hunting for information about forensic exhibits, logging incident reports or checking someone’s criminal history.

But a new partnership with an American technology company will propel the decades-old systems into the 21st century, making it faster, simpler and safer for officers responding to emergencies and investigating crimes.

NSW Police will implement a new technology system that will streamline their systems, allowing them to work faster and safer.

NSW Police will implement a new technology system that will streamline their systems, allowing them to work faster and safer.Credit:Mark43

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller signed a partnership with US-based public safety software provider Mark43 on Monday to roll out the system.

The cloud-based program, known as the Integrated Policing Operating System (IPOS), will replace the force’s 27-year-old central database and will be used for everyday operations including triple zero calls, arrests and charges, criminal investigations and forensics.

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