The future of public services: digital policing

Document type
Discussion paper
Mosseri-Marlio, William; Pickles, Charlotte
Date of publication
4 April 2016
Social Policy
Social welfare
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This paper is the second in a series looking at the transformative role technology will play in the future delivery of public services.

It looks at the challenges facing modern policing, the reform programme in the West Midlands, and ways of improving productivity. 

Digital services will be crucial to meeting the Prime Minister’s vision of a ‘smarter state'. To date, however, public services have barely scratched the surface of technology’s potential. 

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