There might be a slight mixing of metaphors from the title to the testimonial below, but whichever way you look at it, pam is delivering real value for the East Midlands Police Collaboration Programme. The programme has been using pam for its regional collaboration work across Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire forces.
The Programme has been achieving positive results from the trusted cloud service and its rich functionality that is pan-government accredited to Official Sensitive and Restricted levels. As such the contract has been extended for a further 12 months and is also growing in scope.
All the criminal justice project work currently being undertaken to create a regional solution, from arrest through to disposal, resides on pam. The regional collaboration activity for the Operational Support function is also delivered through pam, as is work for the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU).
Chief Superintendent Phil Whiteley (pictured) is responsible for the programme. He said ”pam is worth its weight in gold. We work across a region with five different force systems and that can have challenges. Moving offices and virtual working is now so easy we have everything well structured with pam in one secure cloud location.”
Mark Darby, Chief Executive of Alliantist commented, “This extension is great news. It is another demonstration of the trust that police forces and their partners have for pam and our people. The recent Home Office commitment to work with innovative SME’s and use cloud services for new ways of working is epitomised by the East Midlands Police Collaboration Programme – and they do what it says on the tin too!”
The official announcement can be found here: East Midlands Police Collaboration Programme and pam