In partnership with key stakeholders within cybercrime, policing and Human Rights, Police Scotland has established two stakeholder groups; Digital Triage Device (Cyber Kiosk) Reference Group and Digital Triage System (Cyber Kiosks) Stakeholder Group, to assist with the progression of the implementation and operational use of cyber kiosks within policing, in Scotland.
These groups were established to provide an open and transparent forum for Police Scotland to work with colleagues across many different organisations, on cyber related practices. Both groups have focussed on the use of cyber kiosks and their impact on policing and the public.
The Digital Triage Device (Cyber Kiosk) Reference Group, with representation from organisations including: Aamer Anwar & Co, University of Dundee, Napier University and Privacy International met on Thursday 26 July 2018 and the minutes from this meeting are available at the bottom of this page in PDF form.
The Digital Triage System (Cyber Kiosks) Stakeholder Group, with representation from organisations including: Crown Office Prosecutor Fiscal Services (COPFS), Scottish Police Authority (SPA) and Scottish Police Federation (SPF) met on Friday 27 July 2018. The minutes of this meeting are currently being reviewed and will be available online in due course.
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