NICE Transformational Global Policing Summit to Showcase the Power of Digital Evidence Management and Robotic Automation

Co-sponsored by CoPaCC, Deloitte and Microsoft, NICE’s London-based
Summit focuses on transforming the investigative process through
automation and robotics

HOBOKEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) today announced it is hosting a Transformational
Global Policing Summit
, taking place on March 19, 2019
at Chelsea Football Club in London. Co-sponsored by Deloitte, Microsoft
and CoPaCC,
the Summit features free registration for police executives who are
focused on transforming how their agency manages digital evidence, as
reflected in the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) Policing
Vision 2025
. Summit participants will benefit from sessions on
digital evidence management (DEM) and robotic automation led by
forward-thinking experts and colleagues in the force.

Chris Wooten, Executive Vice President, NICE states, “Mounting digital
evidence is on a collision course with outdated technology, decades-old
investigative processes and resources that are being stretched to the
limit, all creating the perfect storm. It’s a now or never moment for
the transformation of policing and as such this is a must-attend event
for every force, whatever the stage of their digital evidence management
planning.”

Digital Evidence Survey Results Unveiled
The priorities and
timelines for digital transformation will be outlined in a presentation
by Bernard Rix, Chief Executive of CoPaCC
(an independent organization that takes an active interest in policing
governance for England and Wales) and publisher of Policing
Insight
, an informational resource for the police and criminal
justice community. In a session titled, ”Know Your ICT Landscape – Make
a Plan,” Rix will unveil the results of the ground-breaking National
Police ICT 2018 survey, “Digital
Evidence Management: User Perspectives.”

Conducted with the support of the Police Federation of England & Wales,
the Police Superintendents’ Association and the Association of Scottish
Police Superintendents, the survey provides feedback from over 4,000
police officers and staff on their DEM challenges, how they’re coping,
and plans for the future.

The Summit agenda will also feature a high-level digital policing panel,
“The Now, the Future and the Possible”’ which will be led by former
Deputy Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police, Paul Kennedy. Kennedy
comments, “At this Summit, we’ll be looking at how forces can forge
a cohesive plan to replace the current siloed approach to digital
evidence, as well as looking at how the disclosure process can be
improved to ensure successful prosecutions.”

The Summit will provide hands-on demonstrations of transformative
technologies being used by forces around the world for digital evidence
management, including NICE
Investigate
. These demonstrations will be complemented by a
presentation of a police force success story illustrating how the force
was able to go from a situation where 90% of digital evidence was not
readily accessible for investigations to its position today, where it
has deployed new DEM technology that has already ingested over 121,000
cases, and matched 345,000 items to those cases. The success story will
show how today’s force investigators can obtain and assemble the
evidence they need for cases in minutes or hours, instead of the days or
weeks it took previously.

Free Registration for Police Executives
The Transformational
Global Policing Summit
is free for police executives. Taking
place on March 19 at Chelsea Football Club in London, from 9 am to 4 pm,
the event also features an exclusive behind-the-scenes stadium tour,
which will include a walk through the players’ tunnel and a photo
opportunity with the FA Cup.

Registration is now open and police executives may register by
clicking
here.

About NICE Public Safety
NICE Public Safety solutions
integrate and put into context information from many sources to help
emergency communications centers and investigation departments
reconstruct and understand the who, what, when, where and why of an
incident. NICE Inform, the industry-leading digital evidence management
(DEM) solution, gives emergency control rooms better insight into how to
continuously improve their operations. NICE Investigate is the leading
open, digital policing solution that automates and expedites the entire
digital investigation process, helping to increase case clearance rates.
Over 3,000 organizations worldwide rely on NICE public safety solutions.

About NICE
NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) is the world’s leading
provider of both cloud and on-premises enterprise software solutions
that empower organizations to make smarter decisions based on advanced
analytics of structured and unstructured data. NICE helps organizations
of all sizes deliver better customer service, ensure compliance, combat
fraud and safeguard citizens. Over 25,000 organizations in more than 150
countries, including over 85 of the Fortune 100 companies, are using
NICE solutions. www.nice.com.

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Investors
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