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Naimuri joins UK Police Industry Charter

Software development and data intelligence solutions company Naimuri, has signed up to the Police Industry Charter to formalise its commitment to the standards, best practices and principles for collaboration set out for UK policing and the technology industry.

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Naimuri specialises in creating data intelligence solutions for customers in government and law enforcement and its mission is to make the UK a safer and better place by developing software, cloud and data analytics solutions that deliver transformative mission impact.

The Police Industry Charter was launched in March 2024 to set the foundational principles upon which industry partners, whatever their product or services, together with UK policing can collectively adhere to.

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It is managed and monitored by BlueLight Commercial in conjunction with the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC), Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC), the Home Office and the Office of the Police Chief Scientific Adviser.

Ian Billsborough, Homeland Security Lead at Naimuri, said: “Naimuri is delighted to sign the police industry charter. It demonstrates how seriously we take our commitment to our customers within the law enforcement sector, particularly how we will continue to achieve high standards and meet best practices when creating new innovative technologies and solutions for our customers across law enforcement”.

The charter has been signed by leaders across UK policing which include:

  • Gavin Stephens QPM, Chair, National Police Chief’s Council
  • PCC Donna Jones, Chair, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
  • Professor Paul Taylor, Police Chief Scientific Adviser
  • Sir Matthew Rycroft, Permanent Secretary, Home Office
  • Lianne Deeming CEO, BlueLight Commercial
  • Dame Julie Kenny, Chair, UK Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community
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The purpose of the charter
The Police Industry Charter has therefore been created to set foundational principles upon which industry partners and UK policing collectively agree to adhere to, for the purpose of:

  • Promoting a culture of open dialogue between policing and industry on evolving challenges and opportunities.
  • Expanding the opportunities for reciprocal leadership development across policing and industry, in particular in relation to risk management, public engagement, crisis management, workforce management, digital transformation and agile delivery.
  • Increasing the return on investment for products and services developed by industry and consumed by UK policing.
  • Supporting the delivery of policing’s modern, competitive science and technology infrastructure.
  • Increasing the opportunity for police officers and staff members to develop critical and niche skills in collaboration with industry subject matter experts, and for industry to better understand the roles and requirements across policing.
  • Aligning industry to the principle of system and product interoperability as a core fundamental design requirement.
  • Improving policing’s ability to provide enhanced services to the public, more quickly, by driving constant innovation in the market.
  • Supporting policing in harnessing science and technology which creates efficiency and capacity in the system, allowing policing to deliver an increasing quality of service to the public.
  • Building further transparency into the police and industry relationship by making public the principles by which we agree to operate against.
  • Supporting and enabling the parts of the system local to national who are responsible for product design, skills development, commercial engagement, and implementation.
  • Encouraging reciprocity by placing equal emphasis on both industry and policing to adhere to the principles in order to be successful.

Naimuri is a QinetiQ company with extensive capabilities in Software Development, DevSecOps, Data Science, Cloud Engineering, Business Analysis and Change & Design.

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