Keep checking this section – this is where we write about the Company’s latest developments including news releases, projects, blogs and vlogs.
Police ICT Company Board Chair, Mr Stephen Mold.
The Police ICT Company’s Board of Directors has appointed Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Stephen Mold, as its new Chair with immediate effect.
Stephen was elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire ... Read More
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
Investigation and intelligence software company, Clue, has become the latest SME to join the Police ICT Company’s vendor management service.
The association means that Clue software can be bought easily, with no lengthy procurement processes and for as long as needed. ... Read More
This is a blog by our CEO, Ian Bell.
Crime has always been a moving target, but never more so than in today’s digital world. The internet has opened up new channels for illegal behaviors—virtual back alleys where crime can go ... 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
Analytical and data processing software firm Forensic Analytics has developed a collaboration with The Police ICT Company, having recently been recognised on its Vendor Management Programme. Forensic Analytics Managing Director and co-founder Joe Hoy (left) gives his insight into the challenges ... 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
This summer, Civil Service World brought together a panel of data experts from across the civil service to look at ways of increasing public safety through the better use of data.
Referencing The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Civil Service World’s ... Read More
Robert Leach, Acting CEO of the Police ICT Company, is pleased to advise that the National Police Technology Council (NPTC) has asked The Police ICT Company to make their National ICT Strategic Principles Document available via our website.
The ICT ... Read More
Robert Leach, acting CEO of the Police ICT Company, explains the drive to improve the way that police officers work across their forces’ boundaries in an interview with UKAuthority.
There are a number of information-sharing forums available to the service, but Police ICT believes that when it comes to ICT more could be done to share best practice, facilitate collaboration and enable access to private ICT providers.
In an ever-changing and ... Read More
Paul Lander, Editor Police Professional, talks to the Company’s acting CEO Robert Leach, and Katy Bourne, Chair of the Company, about the important ICT initiatives which the Company is progressing on behalf of policing.
To read the article in full please visit: ... Read More
The UK Public Sector ICT Services Suppliers Journal has published a five-minute interview with our Acting CEO Robert. Read the piece to find out what a typical day looks like for Robert, what he thinks the biggest skill challenges currently ... Read More