Cumbria and Durham Police Deploy New Mobile Apps

Cumbria and Durham Constabularies plan to roll out a new suite of mobile apps built on a low-code platform.

Named Power Apps for Policing, it was developed by cloud solution provider Tisski in partnership with the two police forces and is built on the Microsoft Power platform and integrated with the National Police Computer.

These forces are deploying the suite to more than 2,500 frontline officers and support personnel and have started using seven initial applications for tasks such as recording statements, recording sudden death cases, ticketing offenses. vehicles and a digital pocket notebook.

This will prevent agents from having to return to a basic location to perform tasks on a desktop computer.

A spokesperson for Tisski said that Microsoft’s low-code platform allows law enforcement agencies to develop their own processes if they have the in-house skills, but the company can help them do so.

Chief Superintendent Jonathan Blackwell, Digital, Data and Technology Command for Cumbria and Durham Constabularies, said: They are well positioned to use them. “

“This technology not only helps operational policing in a rapidly changing world, it enables our officers and staff to better serve the communities in which we operate, while providing the taxpayer with value for money.

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