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The UK's Second Largest City Chooses SentrySIS for Crime Reporting and Intelligence Sharing

Birmingham’s recently formed crime partnership, City Safe, is the latest organisation to adopt the SentrySIS Business Crime reporting and monitoring software to help tackle retail crime in the area. Led by Retail BID Birmingham, City Safe is working in partnership with West Midlands Police, British Transport Police and Birmingham City Council to provide the city with a multi-agency approach towards crime and anti-social behaviour. City Safe has already seen the benefits of the...

New Online Software Helps Public Report Road Traffic Collision Incidents Within Minutes

Over the last three months, Durham Police have been trialling a new online software platform by SentrySIS which allows the public to report road traffic collision incidents direct to the police. Due to the huge success of the trial period, the software has now been rolled out across the police force area saving time for all motorists and cyclists when reporting road traffic incidents to the police. The new solution also improves the service the police offer as it interacts with the public in...

Police Efficiency Saving Software by SentrySIS proving a great success

Digital solutions available to UK policing have never been more readily available than they are today. Forces from across the UK have been evaluating and deploying digital tools to make their operations more efficient and in turn, they help create a safer UK. Technologies such as crime prediction, facial recognition and software-based A.I innovations have been in operation with diverse rates of success and up-take for a number of years. 2019 however seems to be the year much of this technolo...

New Essex Crime Fighting Partnership Launches with SentrySIS

Thanks to a new partnership between SentrySIS and Tendring Security, local businesses located in the North East Essex district of Tendring now have the latest digital tools to make them more effective in their fight against retail crime. Launched in February, Counter Crime Partnership (CCP) is the new umbrella organisation where local businesses in the region can join to share information about retail and business crime in the area. The new scheme allows retailers and other local b...

National call for integrated police systems via API technology to make police officers jobs easier

A national police IT system has been widely criticised claiming that it hinders officers in their daily efforts when managing the legal process for alleged offenders. The Victoria Derbyshire programme on the BBC earlier this month featured interviews with anonymous comments from serving police personnel. The officers claim they face lengthy delays whilst trying to use this system and that some criminal cases are being dropped due to problems the software presents. The software highligh...