Law enforcement and regulatory agencies continue to implement "first response" technology to enable them to provide rapid response to the call for assistance or response to a complaint. However a rapid response to complaints is only partially meeting community expectations.
Join us in Canberra on the 18th & 19th of September 2018 for the Criterion “Enhancing Investigation & Enforcement Outcomes” Conference, where we’ll outline our proven approach to increasing the efficiency and quality of regulatory and law enforcement investigations.
30 June 2018 Investigation Management Australia is proud to be sponsoring and hosting a COMtrac workshop at the Youth, Technology & Virtual Communities Conference (hosted by Queensland Police Service) on the Gold Coast - 27-29 August 2018.
A significant amount of a prosecutor’s time and resources is spent analysing the brief of evidence, confirming the relevance of evidence and witnesses, and preparing strategies to present that evidence in proceedings. The presentation of evidence in the proceedings may actually constitute a fraction of the prosecutor’s time and resources allocated to a particular case.
Jason Chase has come to us with an illustrious career spanning multiple government clients. Jason prides himself in his ability to build cutting-edge scalable solutions using the latest in automation techniques.
IMA have commenced a 12 month pilot with the Queensland Police Service using the COMtrac Investigation and Evidence Management System to improve the operational efficiencies of investigations, automating the process of generating documents required to prosecute offenders such as the Brief of Evidence.
Many of today's law enforcement and regulatory agencies face the challenge of maintaining capacity and capability within an environment of reducing resources and fiscal changes. The natural and logical reaction to diminished resources is to find a way to 'do more with less'.
I recently had the privilege of presenting at a range of conferences that discussed police technology, law enforcement and regulatory practices. I presented a topic titled ‘Elementising Evidence’ which in short, was a discussion of an investigation management methodology to manage investigations and evidence to ensure that the efficiency and quality of investigations is maintained.