At Midday on Wednesday 13th July, we’ll be joined Humberside Police Detective Chief Inspector Doug Blackwood, who supports the NPCC National Burglary Portfolio and Tisski who will share how a new PowerApp is being used in policing to support police officers and investigators with limited experience tap into the knowledge and skills of seasoned detectives when investigating burglary.
Policing recognises the distress that victims of burglary experience, the thought of a stranger entering their home and taking personal items is horrendous. Whilst investigating the crime to help bring offenders to justice is a key role of the police, those officers who attend also work to support the victim and the wider community to reduce the risk of further crimes. Also by recording the details of the offence in a structured way, policing can work with other agencies to design out the risk of crime or identify trends which enable proactive enforcement work, again helping to reduce the risk of being a victim.
To support the newly recruited police officers, currently joining police forces across the country, Doug and the team turned to the Microsoft 365 capabilities around PowerApps to develop a solution once which could be implemented across all forces as a result of the share technical blueprint. Inline with the National Police Digital, Data and Technology Strategy, using modern core and connected technology enables our officers and staff with effective digital tools, improving the experience for the victim and allowing them to address harm by more effectively investigating these crimes.
Join our live webinar to see the PowerApp being demonstrated and hear direct from Doug and the team on how they went about developing this PowerApp. How each force can access the PowerApp in the Police Digital Service Solutions Catalogue to enable them to download it freely and implement the solution in a matter of days within their local force infrastructure.
Also how via the Police Digital Service they can now explore ways of integrating the PowerApp into other systems and processes if required or even take a similar approach to tackling an similar issue in the future.
Join the Live event at Midday on Wednesday 13th July by clicking here. The recording will be available shortly after as part of the Police Digital Service webinars on demand (click here to open)