Council invites bids for potential six-year contract to unite disparate range of technologies...
'Officers can spend thousands more hours out in the community' – inside Manchester police's mobile revolution
Chief superintendent of information services transformation tells PublicTechnology...
Chief executive Susan Acland-Hood tells Richard Johnstone how the agency’s £1bn reform plan will deliver a better justice system
Department’s cybersecurity leader urges councils to put electoral staff through cybersecurity training
Home Office invests £600,000 in digital-fingerprint plug-in
Gavin Mee of Salesforce argues that government needs to think more like the private sector in its approach to service delivery
Home secretary steps up war of words with WhatsApp and others, suggesting that she is frequently ‘patronised’ by tech companies
The Police Foundation identifies various potential benefits and challenges of distributed-ledger technology
TfL revokes Uber’s taxi licence in London on claims the company’s software could block regulators and impede law enforcement
But taxi app hits back and announces intention to appeal immediately
Theresa May uses UN General Assembly address to urge Facebook, Google, and Microsoft to do more
Research finds widespread use of unsupported software in England’s second-biggest force
Police chief admits possibility of working with online vigilantes but says tech firms must do more on child-protection
Data shows evidence gathered by self-styled paedophile hunters is becoming increasingly prevalent in criminal cases as senior officer admits 'I am not winning that moral argument'
Karen Bradley and Matt Hancock dispatched on tech-centric trade missions
Jeremy Wright unveils call for evidence after instances of online commentary obstructing the application of justice
Role will involve revamp of data-collection processes and management of supplier performance
London-based consultancy Zaizi bags two-year deal
National cybercrime pilot among police innovation projects to receive slice of £80m government funding
Other schemes include £11.5m for ‘video-enabled justice’ and creation of online hub to combat hate crime in the capital
Methods including intercepting phone calls and bulk data collection to fall under the expanded remit of IPCO
Surrey and Sussex forces describe current set-up as "unstable" and "poor at delivering internal communications"
Department says new Technology Platforms for Tomorrow chief will have “huge impact across the culture of the Home Office”
Interview: DWP's Kit Collingwood-Richardson on One Team Government and bridging Whitehall's digital divide
The One Team Government movement has big ambitions to reform how Whitehall works by getting different professions and departments to work better together. PublicTechnology meets its co-founder Kit Collingwood-Richardson to find out more
Reform think tank urges Home Office to provide £450m spending grant and create academy to train thousands of cyber specialists
Parking ticket review service permitted unauthorised access to citizen data, investigation finds