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October 31, 2013
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UK police go ditial, ditch notebooks for smartphones

As part of a new initiative, police will be able to build cases - paperless - from the street

By Alice Philipson
The Telegraph

United Kingdom — Wi-Fi will be introduced in nearly 500 courtrooms across England and Wales, bringing centuries of paper-based tradition to an end.

As part of the £160 million initiative, to be announced today, evidence given in court will no longer be presented on paper and will appear on screen by the end of 2016.

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The process of storing evidence digitally will begin with police, who are to record incidents on smartphones, enabling them to start building case files from the street.

Full Story: Police notebooks to be replaced by smartphones as justice system goes digital



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