A Step Forward to Make a Secure Society
The digital revolution is fundamentally changing the world. The effects of an increasingly digitized world are now reaching into every corner of our lives with the convergence of Computers, Internet, Mobile and Social media and IoT at the fore front. The Police Digitisation programme aims to support police forces on their journey towards becoming a "DIGITAL FORCE". To achieve this, the programme provides access to central services, and facilitates knowledge transfer between police forces and other agencies.
Our Vision for DGP Summit
- Facilitated free knowledge-sharing conferences & Publish a comprehensive survey of digital implementation police forces for making safe and secure societies.
- Publish the "digital capabilities" which set out what a "digital force" could look like.
- Introducing forces to the Advanced Security Technologies.
- Helping forces to design and run projects that deliver efficiency and effectiveness in policing.
- Helping forces to deliver and share evidence-based knowledge, in order to strengthen collaboration and build the profession.
- Supporting forces to build effective evaluation processes into their digitisation projects through technology an innovation.
- Facilitating regional meetings and showcase events.
About DGP Summit
Digitalisation of Global Policing Summit 2018, Hyderabad India, wants to enable police around the world to work on a digitalised platform to make world a safer place. We bring in experts from the industry to share their views, experience and knowledge in the fields of digital technologies to make it possible for police officers to be where crime is happening, when it is happening - even in virtual locations.
Our high tech infrastructure of technical and operational support helps meet the growing challenges of fighting crime in 21st century. How is policing going to adapt the seismic changes caused by the digital revolution? How is crime changing as a result of technology and what does this mean for the needs to victims, are the few issues to be addressed.
In today's world, cybercrime is a fast-growing area of crime. More and more criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that know no borders, either physical or virtual, cause serious harm and pose very real threats to victims worldwide. The increasing use of technology and the Internet in all aspects of daily life puts everyday citizens at risk of becoming targets of cybercriminals. Cybercrime is a grave threat to the economy and law enforcement. Traditional policing objectives have not changed, but the current ways of delivering services are becoming outdated. Today digital technologies make it possible for the police officers to be, when and where the crime is happening, even in virtual locations.