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Academics at the Crime and Security Research Institute have conducted the first independent academic evaluation of Automated Facial Recognition (AFR) technology across a variety of major policing operations.
Following an issue identified by South Wales Police that the lack of a ‘joined up’ approach to emergency service provision was resulting in inefficiency and a poor response service to the public a Home Office Innovation Fund grant was awarded.
The Policing Futures programme is a collaboration between the University Police Science Group (UPSI) and South Wales Police (SWP).
The Policing Futures Masterclass Series is a unique collaboration between The Universities’ Police Science Institute (UPSI) and South Wales Police (SWP), designed to provide the knowledge, skills and experience required to develop critical thinking and evidence-based practice among those considered future leaders within the force.
This study involves a multi-method evaluation of the development of a Tri-Service Public Service and Joint Emergency Control Centre in South Wales. South Wales Police (SWP) have identified that the lack of a ‘joined up’ approach to emergency service provision is resulting in inefficiency and a poor response service to the public. The force have already developed a single, highly efficient Public Contact Centre with modern technology
Prof. Martin Innes of Cardiff University's Crime and Security Research Institute here speaks with Peter Vaughan, Chief Constable of South Wales Police, about how the benefits of the two organisations working together to help improve policing in South Wales.
Martin Innes is a Professor in the School of Social Sciences, Director of the Universities' Police Science Institute and is recognised as one of the world's leading authorities on policing and social control.
Here, Peter Vaughan, Chief Constable of South Wales Police, asks Martin about where his research interest in policing came from.
The Universities’ Police Science Institute (UPSI), in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Swansea and University of South Wales, were commissioned by the South Wales Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to investigate the quality and delivery of victim services in South Wales and set out options for future development.
The Universities’ Police Science Institute (UPSI) were commissioned by the South Wales Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to independently evaluate a pilot of a risk assessment for use by registered social landlords in South Wales.