A new partnership with an American technology company will propel the decades-old policing systems into the 21st century, making it faster, simpler and safer for officers responding to emergencies and investigating crimes.  The cloud-based program, known as the Integrated Policing Operating System (IPOS), will replace the force’s 27-year-old central database and will be used for everyday operations including triple zero calls, arrests and charges, criminal investigations and forensics.