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STL Technologies' RTLS File Tracking Application at The Future of Policing

Press Release   •   Feb 14, 2011 15:59 GMT



STL Technologies (STL), a leading criminal justice sector software developer and provider, will be exhibiting at The Future of Policing: Protecting the Public, Achieving Efficiencies at the Strand Palace, London on 15th February 2011.


With expenditure on workforce accounting for around 80% of police spending, the UK’s forces need to undertake major reform of organisational structure and use of police officers’ time in order to deliver the required savings of at least £545 million by 2014.


STL will be highlighting its Real Time Location System (RTLS) case file and evidence tracking application at this exclusive event. Designed to track files and evidence through a police station - from stores to officer’s desks through to handover to other agencies, STL is working on a pilot with a Police Force to initially track and trace files and in the future other essential items.


Richard Perkins, Sales & Marketing Director, STL Technologies said: “We’re delighted to demonstrate our innovative RTLS track and trace technology at this event and look forward to highlighting how police forces across the UK can use it to increase efficiency, deliver cashable savings and improve security.”


The Forum will discuss new and innovative ways to reduce costs whilst upholding standards of public protection and interesting keynotes are expected from speakers from the All Parliamentary Group on Policy, PSAEW, APA and the Home Affairs Select Committee.



Established 45 years ago, STL Technologies is a leading criminal justice sector software developer and provider.  The Suffolk-based company has designed, developed and implemented applications for the Ministry of Justice and some of the UK’s largest police forces. For more details please visit