The Police ICT Company has formally revealed its service offer to UK policing.
Speaking on day one of the annual Police ICT Summit, the Company’s CEO, Ian Bell, pledged to support policing to keep people safe, get more from technology investments ... Read More
The Police ICT Company has awarded the national Airwave terminal procurement framework contract to Motorola Solutions and Sepura plc in a deal that has the potential for significant savings across police forces and the wider public sector.
The framework offers a ... Read More
The Police ICT Company and Vodafone have created a national voice and data price plan that will save police forces money.
The Vodafone offer, which expires on 31 August 2018, enables forces that are not currently tied to a mobile contract ... Read More
A new collaboration between The Police ICT Company and Chorus Intelligence has the potential to save police forces up to 1.5 million hours UK-wide.
The Chorus data cleansing and analytics software now falls under a commercial collaboration that ensures police ... Read More
The Board of Directors of The Police ICT Company have appointed Ian Bell to the role of Chief Executive Officer. He will take up his post on February 5, 2018.
Ian is currently the Chief Information Officer for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and ... Read More
On Tuesday (21 March), the Police ICT Company and the East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit (EMSCU) beat stiff competition at the Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2016/17 to walk away with a “Highly Commended” trophy for their ... Read More
The Police ICT Company and EMSCU (East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit), the commercial arm of the Company, have been shortlisted for the National GO (Government Opportunities) Excellence in Public Procurement Award 2017/18.
Commenting on being shortlisted for an award that celebrates ... Read More
The Police ICT Company has secured a licence deal with Adobe to provide police forces with Adobe Digital Media software at reduced cost under one contract.
The three-year Enterprise Term Licence Agreement provides a bespoke, cost effective purchasing option, delivering upwards ... Read More
Responding to the publication of HMIC’s ‘State of Policing’ report, Martin Wyke, Police ICT Company CEO, said:
“We welcome the HMIC report, which highlights that the police service must work collaboratively with us to radically improve their combined capability to procure ... Read More
Issued by: Anna Horne, Knowledge & Communications Manager
Date: June 23, 2015
The Police ICT Company has appointed former TalkTalk Chief Information Officer, Martin Wyke, to the role of Chief Executive, effective as of 17th June 2015.
The announcement follows a recruitment process ... Read More
The national Police ICT Company is now operational following confirmation of its Board of Directors and the launch of its website today. Recruitment for its Chief Executive is also currently underway.
The Association of Police and Crime Commissioner’s ICT Board ... Read More
Police and Crime Commissioners have today approved a proposal to establish a national Police ICT Company for the first time in a move that could ultimately save police forces a sum estimated to be up to £465m a year.
The Company, ... Read More