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Safe Cities was established to provide intelligent solutions to complex ICT problems facing law enforcement. Using advanced image processing technology and artificial intelligence, Safe Cities' systems are providing substantial benefits in terms of productivity, efficiency, and reduced staffing requirements.

“The Prime Minister has signalled that he wants to see greater community participation in Policing, Neighbourhood Watch, and other socially supportive and cohesive activities. We all want more bobbies on the beat. We all want safer neighbourhoods. A National Voluntary CCTV Monitoring Scheme could be an effective way of achieving that aim.” Safe Cities CEO David Cumming, Criminal Justice Management magazine.

In recognition of Safe Cities' contribution to Law Enforcement, the Association of Police and Public Security Suppliers' presented Safe Cities with an Equipment and Technology Innovation Award, at the Home Office Scientific Development Branch exhibition, HOSDB, for the UK's first operational automatic custody photography system.

Safe Cities' award-winning custody photography is now part of Northgate Public Services Custody Image Management system in the UK. Safe Cities Ltd are now looking for commercial partners to take this tried and tested system to the European and USA market. Key benefits are:

    The live image of the detainee is presented to the custody officer throughout the process

    Image and associated metadata captured in less than one minute

    Proven tried and tested artificial intelligence software

    Image capture and camera functionality calibrated and configured via touch screen

    Step-by-step guidance throughout the image capture process


Read Criminal Justice Management magazine interview with Safe Cities CEO David Cumming...

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