Hack the Police 4 ideas database
If you've identified an opportunity for a tech intervention that can improve the experience of victims and witnesses, police officers, investigation or public safety please let us know about it here!

Hack the Police 4 runs across the weekend of 14-15 September. You can find out more at our site: https://hackthepolice.com

Hackathons are voluntary events where teams produce prototypes to test out new ideas. We cannot guarantee that anyone chooses to work on your idea, but if they do we'll let you know, and ensure that you're credited or involved (if you wish to be).
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Email *
Your name *
Your police organisation
Please let us know about the police force you work for/with (if any).
Your background *
Please let us know a little about yourself, your role in policing (if any), and any other background experience and knowledge you have that's relevant to your idea.
Your idea *
Please tell us about the problem you're trying to solve, and how technology could intervene to improve it.
A 1-line summary *
Please summarise your idea so that we can share it with participants as part of a list or presentation.
Contacting you *
Please check all that apply...
Your Twitter handle (optional)
Please fill this out if you are happy to be mentioned/contacted through Twitter.
Your phone number (optional)
Please fill this out if you are happy to be contacted by phone, during the weekend of 14th-15th September. We will only share your number with teams who have chosen to work on your idea (or a project that's inspired by it), and we will ask that they only call you while working on your project over that weekend. It is up to you if you wish to arrange to speak with them after that time.
Thank you for your contribution!
As promised, we'll be in touch if your idea is taken forward by any teams. In the meantime, please follow our twitter accounts: @hackthepolice and @policerewired for updates, or join our community through: https://policerewired.org
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