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Wednesday, 11 January 2012

What happened when a police force commissioned a neighbourhood policing app? Find out on 25th January

Open Digital are proud to sponsor this month's Digital Surrey with a fascinating talk from Surrey Police's Chief Superintendent for Neighbourhoods Gavin Stephens.

Book your free place here 

Gavin will be introducing the Surrey Police App, currently available for iPhone (and soon to be available for Android) and will be joined by Angus Fox,  Director of social collaboration software firm Multizone who developed the app.

We will hear about the commissioning and deployment of the Surrey Police App, which connects residents to their neighbourhood police teams, as well as a range of topics from government issues to the social impact on neighbourhoods and public concerns such as privacy.

The University of Surrey will be hosting the event with sponsorship from the Open Digital Policy Organisation.

Unfortunately space is limited and previous demand has been considerable. Please let us or the organisers know if you have to drop out for any reason - this also helps Digital Surrey keep such events free to attend.

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