London's police claim that trials have so far cut down the force's paperwork.
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The Newman government has promised that front-line officers of the Queensland Police will receive an additional 5,400 iPads to help them access information faster and call for assistance instantly.
The Queensland Police force expects to deploy an additional 1,250 iPhones and iPads to its officers in time for the 2014 G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane later this year.
Queensland Police will initially get 10 iPads that will provide access to a live feed of Brisbane City Council's City Safe CCTV network.
A four-week trial of the new Mobile Notices app will be conducted throughout September in New South Wales.
Queensland Police has announced a trial of its in-house-developed app for police services, alongside a preliminary rollout of iPad mini tablets.
The police department will be spending a total of NZ$163.3 million on rolling out smartphones and tablets, which will give officers an additional 520,000 hours to work in the frontline.
iPad use to cut costs and condense heavy books are not only found in schools or on planes - now, it's in the courtroom.
The state's dedicated prosecutors now wield iPads, loaded with the latest legal research tool, LexisNexis Red.
Police have spoken out strongly against so-called "ethical hacking" in the wake of the demonstration of a Facebook privacy hack at the BSides Australia conference being held in conjunction with the AusCERT 2011 information security conference. The incident has already seen a journalist arrested and his iPad seized.
Queensland Police is conducting an investigation following a Facebook demonstration at the AusCERT security conference this week, having already approached a journalist on the matter.
News that iPhones and iPads secretly store location on where you've been and when has angered many, but it might help cops to catch crooks.
CPS CIO David Jones discusses Apple iPads in court, the death of paper and a justice cloud...
The Los Angeles police this week broke up a gang of counterfeiters set to release fake Apple iPad nanos of past generations. Yet another sign of Apple's on the mobile A/V player market: fake old iPods are a hot commodity.
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A college student who failed to return his school-issued iPad after dropping out was arrested by police.
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