Met to spend £32m on digital forensics kit

The Metropolitan Police Service is to spend £32m on a four-year framework supply deal for equipment to help with forensic analysis of digital devices. The...

The Metropolitan Police Service is to spend £32m on a four-year framework supply deal for equipment to help with forensic analysis of digital devices.

The Official Journal of the European Union says the Met wants the equipment to cover computers, mobile and fixed-line phones, mobile cell sites, analogue and digital sound recordings, and video recordings.

Also included are PDAs, digital cameras, hard drives, DVDs, CDs and memory cards.

Closing date for tenders is noon on 28 October, but the Met expects to publish further tender notices in 2012.

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