6 August, 2018 –
More police than ever before will have access to important information out on the road thanks to the continued roll out of specially-enabled iPads called QLiTEs (QPS Lite Information Technology Exchange).
At first glance, the QLiTE’s appear similar to a normal tablet, but these devices have dedicated functionality and are specialised for policing. Officers currently use the QLiTE’s to communicate and record events, take and share photos and even to live stream video from the Police Helicopter.
The recent State budget allocated $3.9 million for continuous improvement of Police mobile capabilities and for the development of new applications for the QLiTE mobile tablet devices.
Sixteen new QLiTEs have been rolled out at Stafford – this means that when time is of the essence, your local Police can respond quickly with up to date information.
The increase in QLiTEs coincides with the highly anticipated QTasks Logging capability, which is due for release to all QLiTE users later this year.
QTasks Logging will give officers the ability to quickly and easily manage their activity log in the field, saving time on routine administrative tasks and allowing officers to remain in the field longer, keeping the community safe.