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Ten Agencies Purchase Spillman Software

September 06, 2012  | 

Ten public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the second quarter of 2012, the company announced.

The Rawlins (Wyo.) Police Department will use Spillman's CompStat Dashboard Module to analyze historical crime data. The department will be able to view comprehensive reports, compiled with information pulled directly from its Spillman system, to help personnel understand trends in crime, quality-of-life, traffic, and accident rates.

The McCook (Ill.) Police Department plans to use Spillman's Evidence Module to simplify evidence tracking, investigating, safekeeping, and archiving. The software helps users maintain the chain of custody for every piece of evidence that the agency receives. The agency also purchased the Traffic Module that allows personnel to track, reference, and record accident, citation, and warning data.

Users will be able to record data that meets the Model Minimum Uniform Crash Criteria standards, and field prompts will help promote accurate data entry as records are entered into the database.

In Washington, Skagit County Data Processing will be using Spillman InSight to run queries on the databases of participating agencies. Skagit County Data Processing personnel will be able to search other agencies' databases for names, associated images, vehicles, property information, and other records, even if those agencies are using disparate software systems.

Tags: Software, Spillman Technologies, Rawlins (Wyo.) PD, McCook (Ill.) PD, CompStat

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