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Surrey Police and Sussex Police harness mobile technology to increase time officers spend on the frontline
Airwave Solutions Limited, a Motorola Solutions (NYSE: MSI) company, in partnership with O2 today announce that over 3,000 frontline Surrey Police and Sussex Police officers are now using specialist mobile technology to improve frontline policing and reporting.
Telecommunications company EE demonstrated a variety of ways it will maintain ESN coverage should sites go down
It showed one of a fleet of 32 4x4 rapid response vehicles that will be used to provide temporary coverage. The vehicle was unveiled alongside other solutions at the Oval cricket ground in London earlier this year.
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is looking to reduce the current £220 three-year application fee, the minutes of the January 2017 board meeting of the SIA suggest.
According to the minutes, a ‘fee reduction submission’ from the SIA is now sitting with the Home Office. As background, the SIA has to live within its means – meaning that it is not supposed to go cap in hand to the Government for cash to tide it over; ever since it began taking money for licences in the mid-2000s, it has had peaks and troughs of income as the mainly door staff renew every three years.
An Ongar woman has said she is "devastated," after callous thieves broke into her parked car on Mother's Day and stole her purse as she was laying flowers on her late mum's grave.
A man from Brentwood has been arrested after a car heading the wrong way on the A13 left two police officers in hospital. The officers were injured near Bulphan at around 5pm yesterday (March 26) after a silver Ford Focus failed to stop when directed on the A128.
Officers are investigating reports of an aggravated burglary in Epping where two people were assaulted by armed intruders. Three men claiming to be from Thames Water were allowed entry to a house in Mowbray Close, between 8.45am and 9.15am on March 9.