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Online tool sought for NSW Police search warrant risk assessment

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NSW Police (NSWPF) has released an expression of interest (EOI) for a risk assessment tool, indicating that it will use respondent information to frame a business case to obtain funding for the tool, to be used specifically in relation to search warrants.  The NSWPF wants to “provide a simple, flexible and easy to use online risk assessment tool for Officers.”

The EOI seeks information on availability, capability, functionality and indicative costs for software that must include a:

  • Search Warrant Risk Appreciation Checklist;
  • Control Library (of common controls for treatment options); and
  • Search Warrant Risk Management Register. 

The NSWPF expects the number of users to be close to 6,000 per year but notes the number could be more than 10,000 per year.  It expects that the number of concurrent users would be 10 at any given time.

Submissions close 30 June 2014 and will be evaluated in July. If funding is secured, the NSWPF will inform EOI respondents first. 

Contact Officer: Penny Harte

Phone: 02 8835 9472



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