SAPOLSouth Australian Police Service
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NEC Australia's in-country Research and Development team based in Melbourne is working closely with SAPOL to develop applications using NEC's world leading facial biometrics technology that meet the SAPOL operational requirements.
The facial recognition system offers SAPOL a powerful investigative tool that is integrated with other biometric technologies and core policing systems.
The AFP is committed to channelling the full effect of Commonwealth intelligence and resources to assist our colleagues at SAPOL and make South Australia a hostile environment for organised crime, he said.
With a focus on promoting life-long careers in policing, a youth cadet position was created in September 2016, and SAPOL is particularly working to attract applicants under the age of 21.
The facial recognition technology will be widely utilised by SAPOL in the fight against crime by late October 2016.
5 million operating system will be developed by the DCSI in conjunction with SAPOL and the Department of Education and Child Development.
The two South Australian search warrants are related to nine search warrants conducted in Adelaide in August 2014 as part of an investigation conducted by the ACC Eligo National Task Force, SAPOL and the AFP.
SAPOL won for its Mobile Fingerprint Scanning Solution - which verifies the identification of persons of interest at the scene and provides background information in real-time.
The State Government is continuing to equip SAPOL with the latest in technology to fight crime, reduce paperwork and keep the community safe.
Police Minister Michael O Brien said SAPOL is continuing to review approximately 400 cases which met forfeiture criteria but could not be acted upon because of the legal challenge.
We have also increased our emphasis on enforcing mobile phone driving offences with SAPOL s Operation Distraction.
These operations have utilised SAPOLs Passive Alert Drug-Detection dogs and plain clothes officers, and have involved closing down stations and the saturation of railway and tram lines giving offenders little chance to evade police.