With the constant proliferation of technology, the sophistication of crime, too, has increased manifold. The use of technology has transcended the boundaries of cybercrimes and its impact can be witnessed in crimes of all forms. Evidently, the law enforcement agencies face tremendous scrutiny from the public as well as media. In such a vexed scenario adopting technology and other alternative measures are absolutely necessary for law enforcement organizations. To that end, majority of departments and agencies are enhancing the transparency levels, adopting new policies to increase participation between law enforcement agencies and communities, deploying new technologies to prevent crimes as well as enhance communication, and more.
In today’s era, mobile phones have become ubiquitous and many of them have processing capability of desktop computers, implying that law enforcers can work from any place at any time of the day. Furthermore, there are numerous applications that allow swift transmitting and receiving of messages, thereby enhancing the communication channel across various departments. Many agencies–especially the police department–has resorted to the use of body worn camera to improve community relationships and bridge the trust deficit between law enforcers and common people. Besides, biometric, augmented and virtual reality, drones, and other technologies are also being used by law enforcement agencies to mitigate risks and crimes. However, all of these are just few glimpses of the bigger technology revolution that has gripped the law enforcement landscape.
In such a diverse and dynamic playfield, the market is replete with technology solutions. In order to enable the personnel of in law enforcement agencies to pick the apt solutions provider, Govt. CIO Outlook has charted out top 10 companies that offer tailor-made and efficient solutions that fit into the budget and satiate the business requirements of an organization.
Govt. CIO Outlook presents “Top 10 Law Enforcement Solution Providers 2018”.