Chief welcomes 'labour saving' new approach
The Isle of Man Constabulary must modernise to better utilise its officers - according to the chief constable.
A new £1.5 million IT computer system update has been announced. It will be introduced this week to replace the force's outdated systems, moving away from traditional paper-based records.
Officers are said to be struggling with a lack of resources - leaving some detective units understaffed.
Chief Constable Gary Roberts says the current situation demands a new approach: