The implementation and management of mobile technologies with Victoria Police

Identifying issues with implementation, information management, relevance of technologies to tasks, security, performance outcomes, innovation of police processes and technological operations. Information was compiled from an analysis of data gathered from informal interviews, observations and Task Technology Fit focus groups.  The findings highlight that mobile technologies lead to a more efficient and effective operational police work, based on the relevance of technologies to the context of tasks. This research highlights that mobile technologies are important tools for police organisations that are ‘intelligence-led and information intensive’ and confirms the implementation of mobile technologies with Victoria Police is analogous to police organisations in the UK, Europe and USA.

Start By 13 September 2010
Completed By 13 September 2010
Researcher(s) Mohini Singh
Program Community, Migration and Development