QPS to deploy mobile police offices

Tuesday, 25 March 2014
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Intermedium
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In addition to the myriad of mobility projects already underway within the Queensland Police Service (QPS), the Agency has announced the establishment of a mobile police office. The Mobile Police Community Office (MPCO) will be deployed in particular hotspot locations identified by QPS intelligence. According to a press release, “It will…benefit the QPS by increasing its mobility thereby increasing access to the community and information sources, particularly in high priority areas.” NSW Fire and Rescue is currently in the process of developing Project Minder, a system designed to predict disasters based on real-time data. QPS will also use real-time data to decide on high-risk areas and to develop a blog to inform the public of issues of concern within the community.

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