NSW Police using Mark43 tech for IPSOS system
The NSW Police Force has selected cloud-based public safety software company Mark43 to provide technology for its planned new Integrated Policing Operations System (IPOS).
Under the agreement, Mark43 will provide an integrated records management system and computer-aided dispatch system for the state police force.
Mark43 will provide the call-taking, dispatch, records, investigations and forensics components of the IPSOS system.
The company will provide a modularised solution capable of reducing data entry time, decreasing incident response times, and improving officer safety through real-time field monitoring and in-time information.
NSW Police's entire force of around 18,000 officers will use Mark43's technology as part of the new IPSOS system.
"Ensuring the safety of the community of NSW is our top priority," NSW Police Force Deputy Commissioner Corporate Services Mal Lanyon said.
"In partnership with Mark43, NSW Police Force is equipping our frontline police with the best digital technology and capabilities available in the world to prevent, disrupt and respond to crime and serve the needs of our community."
"Signing with NSW Police Force solidifies Mark43's presence in the international public safety market," Mark43 co-founder and CEO Scott Crouch added.
"With this historic partnership, Mark43 is bringing our tried-and-true approach to one of the largest police forces in the English-speaking world, and we look forward to working side by side with the NSW Police team to modernise public safety technology in Australia."
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