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The Business Case for Mobile-First Policing

The Business Case for Mobile-First Policing

When it comes to protecting and ensuring the safety of the public, BlackBerry’s James Asser sees mobile technology as a way to not only make police services more productive but also more present.

This includes physical presence: by using location data in devices to show government the kind of coverage officers have in a given area, but also online, which may be where the public but also criminal activity is happening.

For Asser, the successful implementation of a mobile-first policing strategy involves 3 distinct groups working together: 1) IT professionals, 2) Innovators (younger, frontline officers), and 3) Strategists (senior officers).

Learn more about what BlackBerry’s director of public safety has to say about the power of mobile-first policing.

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