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South Australia Police

South Australia Police

Date: 5 Jan 2015
Category: Government


The 5,000 officers and civilian employees of South Australia Police (SAPOL) strive to provide the highest possible security for the State’s diverse community. Its population of more than 1.6 million live across a vast area of almost one million square kilometres. With a focus on crime reduction, SAPOL operates from 13 Local Service Areas (LSAs) that are backed by specialist expertise and resources of the centralised Crime and Operations Support Services division.

SAPOL is committed to equipping its officers with the latest technologies to fight crime, reduce paperwork and keep the State’s community safe. It sought an advanced identity management solution that would, within strict budgetary constraints, meet its operational needs and address public service requirements for policing across South Australia.


  • Government


  • To fight crime, reduce paperwork and secure community safety
  • The successful delivery of the first mobile identity management solution for an Australian police service
  • Strict budgetary and communication security constraints


  • NEC Mobile Device Management architecture
  • Integration to national CrimTrac information sharing service
  • Highly secure information flow


  • Immediate access to accurate identity verification and risk level information to support frontline patrol capabilities
  • Growing community satisfaction
  • Growing community satisfaction
  • More rewarding workplace for police officers