MyPolice is a limited company based in offices in Glasgow. Since MyPolice formed in 2009 they have attracted mentors, developers and funders from all over Europe.
Top Level Management
Lauren Currie: Project Director
Lauren is responsible for the routine operation of the company. Lauren has experience of designing services for a range of public bodies. She has led the provision of service design application projects in Scotland at a National Level; NHS Scotland, Renfrewshire Council and Lanarkshire Council and Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services.
Sarah Drummond: Interface Architect
Sarah is responsible for the process and the user's experience of MyPolice. The goal of Sarah's work is to make the user's interaction as simple and efficient as possible, in terms of accomplishing user goals whilst allowing the system to develier tangible benefits to police forces. Sarah's role balances technical functionality and visual elements to create a system that is not only operational but also usable and adaptable to changing user needs. Sarah has previously worked for Skills Development Scotland, championing their Service Design Directorate through change.
Danyi Feng: Lead Product Developer
Danyi is trained in software programming and has three formal degrees in the subject. She is responsible for the underlying archirecture of the software program. Previously, Danyi built a social trading network combining the functionality of Facebook and eBay that attracted over one million dollars worth of investment.
Our Statement of Neutrality
MyPolice's neutrality is routed in the fact that we are not the police, the government or any official body. We are a team of people who want to make the world a better place, so MyPolice will never promote any agenda, shy away from the important issues or be influenced by authority.
Why do police and other related organisations sign up to such a challenging process? Because they know that they will be judged in the court of online opinion whatever they do, and engaging on neutral, open and manageable terms is better than not engaging at all.
We will not edit or delete content from the site, unless it breaches the MyPolice rules of engagement. MyPolice will not edit answers or use them out of context and answers will be freely available to anybody who requests them.
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