Police Scotland's digital data and ICT strategy

 

About the Inquiry

The Sub-Committee agreed at its meeting on 19 April 2018 to hold an evidence session on Police Scotland's ICT plans. The evidence session took place on 10 May 2018.

The Sub-Committee agreed to hold an evidence session on Police Scotland's proposed introduction of digital device triage systems (cyber kiosks) on 13 September 2018.

Evidence

The following written submissions were received in relation to Police Scotland's ICT plans:

Police Scotland provided the following briefing papers:

The following written submissions were received in relation to Police Scotland's proposed use of digital device triage systems (cyber-kiosks):

The following writtten submissions were received in response to the Sub-Committee's report on Police Scotland's proposed use of digital device triage systems (cyber-kiosks):

The Sub-Committee published a report on its inquiry on Police Scotland's proposed use of digital device triage systems (cyber-kiosks) on Friday 8 April 2019:

The Scottish Government responded to this report on 3 June 2019:

Correspondence

 

The following correspondence relates to Police Scotland's use of remotely piloted aircraft systems (drones)

Report

The Sub-Committee on Policing published a report on Monday 8 April 2019 on its evidence gathering, to date, on Police Scotland's Digital Device Triage Systems, commonly known as Cyber Kiosks.

The report can be read here.

 
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