The Metropolitan Police has published its vision of how it will use technology to transform crime fighting in the capital.
The force is set to invest up to £200 million over three years into new technology, as part of the Total Technology strategy.
According to the report, it is said to cut ongoing IT costs by 30%, allowing officers to spend more time catching criminals and helping victims.
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