Capgemini is delighted to support the Digital Policing Review Capability Assessment 2017. The report, compiled by Vigilant Research, presents the findings from a comprehensive research exercise covering most police forces in England and Wales.

Vigilant Research’s mission is to provide information which supports technology leaders within the policing and justice sectors. Their fundamental research objectives are to discover how and where technology is most successful at transforming the business of policing and justice in the UK and comparable polities, and to understand the business drivers and technology industry dynamics which inform the choices of CTOs and CIOs. The Digital Policing Review (DPR) is a long-term programme of research; building and maintaining a comprehensive repository of information and insight on planned and current technology programmes which contribute to digital policing.

In this highly detailed report, Vigilant Research presents findings on a series of individual digital capabilities and some cross-cutting themes. They compare progress and ambitions across the police service, and identify the business objectives and constraints which drive technology choices for digital policing, covering topics such as:

  • Digital deployment and engagement
  • Digital intelligence and investigation
  • Digital themes including: mobile choices, axes of collaboration and partnership & leadership

The Digital Policing Review Capability Assessment 2017 is available to policing and government professionals free of charge on request. To receive your complimentary copy, please submit a request here.