Digital intelligence and investigation management for law enforcement can help assess threat, risk and harm to protect vulnerable citizens and optimise police operations.
60% of officers report that their workload is too high(1)
400+ DAYS median time from offence to completion of a Crown Court trial (2)
(1) “Welfare Survey 2020”, Police Federation, https://www.polfed.org/media/16557/dcw_prrb-report-13-01-2021-v20.pdf
(2) “Criminal court statistics quarterly: January to March 2022”, Gov.uk, https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/criminal-court-statistics-quarterly-january-to-march-2022
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Empowering Law Enforcement at SAS
At SAS we would like to help police forces make more effective use of limited resources through digital tools that can relieve manual workload pressures. If police can strengthen their digital capabilities to analyse and act on intelligence, they can make better use of resources, respond faster to incidents, and make smarter decisions quickly.
Investment in AI and analytics can ensure data is put to work to improve decisioning, drive operational efficiency and improve law enforcement.
How and where can SAS help?
Transforming data into intelligence
In this eBook we will touch on the challenges UK police forces face today and how and where digital intelligence and investigations management can help to achieve the right outcomes quickly. SAS works with police forces across the globe, to learn more download our eBook
Keeping Children Safe Online
Police forces can harness technology to combat the rising tide of child sexual exploitation—protecting children from harm, catching offenders faster, eliminating backlogs, and reducing the impact of distressing cases on officer wellbeing.
The unique configurability of the SAS platform allows police forces to adapt it, as appropriate. It is an end-to-end solution, from intelligence development to investigation and is used to collect, manage and analyse information throughout the intelligence life cycle. This will accelerate desired outcomes quickly in cases such as – financial crime, organised crime and counterterrorism, child sexual exploitation and human trafficking or missing persons, for example.
Below we talk through areas that affect officers daily.
Meet the Team
Women in Policing
SAS is pleased to help police forces bridge the gap in diversity, data literacy and responsible AI, as we believe in building solid organisations.
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