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Policing Innovator is a platform for police members to share their successes and showcase the spirit of innovation, collaboration and partnership within policing. The July 2023 edition, featuring articles on Artificial Intelligence and policing, is out now! Police members can access it here. If you are a member of an Australian and New Zealand police jurisdiction and would like access, subscribe here.
The Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Preventing Domestic Violence.
The QPS is trialling the Domestic Violence Predictive Model (DVPM), an internally built predictive analytical tool using artificial intelligence (AI) to prevent and disrupt potential escalation of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) between at-risk couples.
The ethical and responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) by Australian and New Zealand Police
ANZPAA has officially launched the Australia New Zealand Police Artificial Intelligence Principles.
Transitioning to the Tasmanian Government Radio Network (TasGRN) – an operational gamechanger for Tasmania Police.
IOfficially launched on 5 July 2023 by the Tasmanian Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services, TasGRN – a new $763 million purpose-built system – is bringing eight core Tasmanian government organisations onto one unified, digital and secure radio network.
New partnership targets esports corruption
A new agreement will provide Victorian police with real-time information alerts from across the globe to target suspicious betting activity and deter match-fixing in competitive gaming, also known as esports.
Protecting Australia by monitoring the illicit drug market in real time using portable near infrared technology
As part of the AFP Innovation Fund 2022-23, the AFP have embarked on a research project in collaboration with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the University of Lausanne (UNIL) into developing the MicroNIR technology and chemometrics modelling for Australian based seizure data initially focusing on methamphetamine seizures.
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