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Hi, I’m Sophie Newbould, a qualified commercial solicitor with significant public procurement experience and ICT contracts expertise. I began working with the Company in early February 2017 as a contractor to support Charles McKay, Chief Operating Officer, and Ben Nelson, ... Read More
Martin Wyke left the Police ICT Company on the 11 April to take up other opportunities.
His departure will not affect the good work that the Company continues to do and we will, of course, be seeking to recruit a new ... Read More
Hi! I’m Saransh and I am a User Researcher from Rock Kitchen Harris working on the Central Ticketing Office (CTO) discovery project alongside business analysts, a technical lead and others. Our goal is to explore the current landscape, and ways ... Read More
Moving into the third #DPCdiscovery in Leicester we are in an interesting position. This discovery is a real challenge, to understand how policing is using central ticketing offices (CTO), what they are using them for, and what opportunities exist, if ... 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
One of the functions of The Police ICT Company is to act as a bridge between the policing, technological and commercial worlds, and in particular, to secure value for money by helping police forces get the best deal from suppliers.
A ... Read More
Reaching the end of the first week of the firearms licensing discovery is a great opportunity to reflect on what we have already discovered, and what work there is still to do.
We started the week with a planning session at ... Read More
My role in the Social Media as a Contact Channel discovery workhas been ‘business analyst’; this means I have spent my time working closely with the team and with forces to understand and document the current ‘as is’ situation; how ... Read More
At the beginning of this discovery we set ourselves a challenge; how can policing use social media effectively as a contact channel?
We are now into our second week of discovery, working with the Police ICT Company, as well as ... Read More
The Digital Public Contact (DPC) Programme is one of three programmes operating under the umbrella of the Digital Policing Portfolio (DPP). The DPC vision is to provide a well-known and reliable digital contact service between the public and the police ... Read More