Kiosk tested in Norfolk

Norfolk Constabulary, in association with DVE, is testing a number of prototype kiosks that enables member of the public to anonymously contact the force by phone and e-mail. The force’s website can also be accessed via the kiosk.

May 17, 2007
By David Howell
Detective Chief Superintendent Jon McAdam

Norfolk Constabulary, in association with DVE, is testing a number of prototype kiosks that enables member of the public to anonymously contact the force by phone and e-mail. The force’s website can also be accessed via the kiosk.

The A500 E-Sign is a public information kiosk used by public services organisations, such as police forces and local government, to make information and services available to the public.

The E-Sign is composed of two screens, one of which is a touchscreen to provide interactive information, and the other a display screen to show adverts or information on a dedicated loop.

Police can use the kiosk to provide out-of-hours support to the community. It can include a keyboard and telephone. Norfolk used the top screen of the kiosk to highlight their media campaigns.

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