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Texas Agencies Adopt Spillman Software

July 12, 2013  | 

Three Texas police agencies have purchased computer-aided dispatch, records management, and mobile software from Spillman Technologies.

The Lampasas Sheriff's Office, the New Braunfels Police Department, and the Greenville Police Department have each purchased Spillman systems, according to the company.

The integrated software suite will help the Greenville PD improve efficiency with better access to data, Lt. Chuck Starnes said.

Spillman offered the Lampasas Sheriff's Office what they had been looking for with a public safety software system that featured robust searching capabilities and the ability to see connections between records, said Cathy Groothoff, jail administrator.

"One of Sheriff David Whitis' main concerns in looking at software was record searching, person, property, or otherwise, and not being able to tie all those features together," Groothoff told Spillman. "The system is extensive, and the search engine is great, and we are quite excited about getting it in place."

At the New Braunfels Police Department, Capt. John McDonald agreed that Spillman will help his department with easy access to records.

"We liked the availability to have a lot of information available to our staff," McDonald said. "Giving them that information will also give them the power to better do their jobs. We are excited about having a partnership with Spillman to further enhance our policing capabilities."

Tags: Spillman Technologies, Computer-Aided Dispatch, Lampasas (Texas) Sheriff's Office, New Braunfels (Texas) PD, Greenville (Texas) PD

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