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CIPS London Event "Mobile Workforce - Enhanced Service Delivery Through Secure and Effective Mobile Apps"
Thu, 05/31/2012
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CIPS London cordially invites you to join us on May 31st, 2012 for a dinner and discussion with Anita Scott, Chatham-Kent Police Service

Mobile Workforce - Enhanced Service Delivery through Secure and Effective Mobile Apps


At a recent CIO Forum in Ottawa, Anita spoke on the topic of the Mobile Workforce with Enhanced Service Delivery through Secure and Effective Mobile Apps.

CIPS London is pleased to welcome Anita to share her insights on:

·         Mobility and data access limitations that challenged Chatham-Kent Police Service

·         Meeting the business challenge for mobility and mobile applications – risks and benefits

·         Deploying mobile applications – lessons learned

·         Balancing security needs with user demands

·         The big picture – mobile applications in government to improve productivity and reduce costs

Time: 17:00 to 21:00 pm

5:00 pm   –   Registration and Networking (cash bar)

6:15 pm   –   Dinner (please advise if you have any special dietary needs)

7:30 – 9 pm  Presentation and Discussions

                         Networking to follow


Location: Best Western Lamplighter Inn

591 Wellington Road, London, Ontario

519 681-7151


Cost:      $30 for CIPS members and partners (PMI and CIM)

$40 for non-members


Reserve your spot online at CIPS London Eventsor email





Anita Scott

Anita Scott has worked as an Information Systems Technician with the former Chatham Police Service and Chatham-Kent Police Service for nineteen years. Ms. Scott was the Project Manager for the Blackberry Pilot/Two Factor Authentication and she continues her role as Project Manager for Blackberry application enhancements. In addition to Ms. Scott’s role as project manager she also maintains a full case load of technology duties with the Chatham-Kent Police Service, including providing technical assistance to other Canadian Police Services and Government Agencies.

Ms Scott was a committee member of the former Ontario Municipal and Provincial Police Automation Cooperative (OMPPAC), and when OMPPAC evolved into the Ontario Police Technology Information Cooperative (OPTIC), Ms. Scott was the one of the members of the OPTIC research committee who travelled through-out Canada and the United States in search of a new Records Management System and Computer Aided Dispatch system, that met the mandate of the new Ontario Police Technology Information Cooperative to provide a state of the art Records Management System and Computer Aided Dispatch System to the member Agencies. This is the committee that identified Niche-RMS as the records management system for OPTIC.


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On behalf of CIPS London we thank you for your support and hope to see you on May 31st.

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