Gloucestershire Constabulary is deploying a new criminal justice system to help improve efficiency.
The Unifi system will bring the force up to date with the latest standards and technologies in the field and will be supported by a five-year support contract.
Unifi is a suite of integrated modules within a single application covering an array of police business processes, from crime, custody and case preparation through to the management of driving document productions, vehicle defect rectifications and road traffic collisions.
The system also collects intelligence derived from these activities and from other sources.
Built upon a single database, the application requires no interfacing between its own modules, which streamlines the solution and helps ensure uncomplicated support and easy maintenance.
All recorded data can be shared between modules without the need for multiple data entry, thus helping to make it more user-friendly and less time-consuming.
Gloucestershire Constabulary assistant chief constable, Mick Matthews, said, "We have successfully used SunGard's Unity system for the past ten years in support of operational policing functions.
"It has proved to be a robust and reliable system and we now look forward to using UNIFI, with its enhanced functionality and updated technology, in support of providing more effective and efficient services."