Police, justice and emergency

As budgets are squeezed, organisations are turning to digital technology to help them fight crime, respond to emergencies and keep people safe.

How we can help

Legacy applications and siloed technology can get in the way of police, lawyers and emergency response staff being able to help people in their hour of need.

We help organisations to deliver digital services and new technology that protect the public and administer justice while keeping costs down.

Areas we can help with

  • Emergency response
  • Immigration systems
  • Border control
  • Prison systems
  • Control rooms
  • Duty management


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“Digital transformation is central to our 2030 digital policing ambition to drive improvements in data, technology and the skills of the people that lead, manage and use it.”

From the National Policing Digital Strategy 2020-2030

Case studies

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When digital services save lives: register an emergency beacon online

Helping the MCA build a quick and easy digital service for beacon owners to register and update their information.

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Modernising the court results system for Ministry of Justice

We modernised the Bichard 7 application for the Criminal Justice Secure Exchange (CJSE), increasing maintainability and refactoring the code.

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From the blog

GOV.UK PaaS – an update…

We’ve been exploring options for our clients who currently host services on PaaS and thinking about what this means for the wider community.

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Announcing an all-in-one DDaT Capability Framework roll-out package

The need for digital, data and technology (DDaT) skills in government grows relentlessly so we’ve put together an all-in-one package to support your organisation through a DDAT assessment with minimum disruption to your organisation.

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