By October 1, 2011

Thames Valley Police use the BlackBerry Solution – Video


We have covered UK Police Forces using the BlackBerry solution a couple of times before here on tracyandmatt, however RIM have released a new video on their YouTube channel this time featuring Thames Valley Police.

As you will see in the video after the break, Thames Valley Police are reaping the rewards of using BlackBerry Smartphones. With officers carrying the devices it allows them to spend more time on the streets and less time in the Police Station. With us, the public, paying for our Police the more time they are visible the better and statistics prove this presence alone deters/prevents crime.

Deploying BlackBerry is about enabling our front-line officers to police smarter, not harder. Being able to access police computer systems via BlackBerry smartphones means less time spent travelling between stations. Officers no longer need to go back to the station every time they need to access information from a computer, or pick up briefing information for a shift. Officers will also be better informed with up-to-the-minute information which will significantly improve their service to local communities’ said Keith Gough, mobile information project manager at Thames Valley Police.

You can see the video below:




Posted by: James

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings

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Five year veteran of the site. BlackBerry specialist, but experienced in most operating systems. Enjoys flower arranging and cross stitch.
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