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32 agencies Purchase Spillman, 68 Expand Systems in First Quarter of 2016

June 17, 2016  | 

Thirty-two public safety and private security agencies chose Spillman Technologies as their new software vendor during the first quarter of 2016, bringing Spillman’s total customer count to nearly 1,700 agencies across the United States. In addition to these new agencies, 68 existing Spillman customers expanded their current systems by purchasing additional software modules.

In Wisconsin, the Sturgeon Bay Police Department added three modules to its Spillman Flex system: Mobile Field Report with Field Interview, Evidence Management, and Evidence Barcoding and Audit Interface. Agency administrators chose to add the Mobile Field Report module to enable field personnel to complete their required work in their squad cars without needing to return to the station. The Evidence Management module allows personnel to create detailed records on items that can be linked to other types of records within the system, such as name, property, and incident records, while the Evidence Barcoding and Audit Interface adds the ability to easily identify items using assigned barcodes. Prior to purchasing Spillman, Sturgeon Bay PD recorded evidence data on pen and paper and added the two evidence modules to improve tracking and accountability and to reduce the potential for errors in the future.

The Santa Cruz County (AZ) Sheriff’s Office also elected to expand its Flex system during the first quarter of the year. The agency purchased Spillman's Mobile Field Report with Field Interview, as well as the Mobile AVL Mapping module. The field reporting module enables deputies to complete work in the field, as well as avoid duplicate work and wasted driving time. The Mobile AVL Mapping module allows personnel to view the location and movement of agency vehicles on a map in real time, which will allow deputies to keep track of one another and enable dispatchers to easily monitor call progress. This functionality will reduce the amount of radio traffic, increase deputy safety, and provide the public with a more informed public safety response.

The Tucumcari (NM) Police Department purchased Spillman’s web-based software solution, Nova, as a shared system with the Quay County Sheriff’s Office. The police department’s decision to switch to a hosted system came after personnel experienced a lot of downtime and server problems with their previous vendor. With Nova, Spillman securely stores and maintains all data entered into the system remotely, allowing Tucumcari personnel to easily access it through the internet. Because the Nova system is backed by a stable vendor and reliable support, agency administrators will not need to rely on in-house IT personnel to keep it up and running.

Spillman Technologies serves sheriff’s officespolice departments, communication centers, correctional facilities, fire departments, and security organizations nationwide. Spillman specializes in integrated on-premises and cloud-based software solutions, including Computer-Aided Dispatch, Records Management Systems, Mobile Data & Field Reporting, Mapping & GIS, Jail Management Systems, Fire, Data Sharing, Personnel & Resources, and Analytics & Intelligence-Led Policing. For more information about Spillman, visit www.spillman.com.

New sales:       

Flex  

Abilene Fire Department, Texas

Abilene Police Department, Texas

Bar Harbor Police Department, Maine

Bucksport Public Safety, Maine

Columbia City Police Department, Ind.

Farmland Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Losantville Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Lynn Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Modoc Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Parker City Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Pennville Police Department, Ind.

Ridgeville Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Saratoga-Ward Fire Territory, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Southwest Harbor Police Department, Maine

St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office, La.

Stafford Township Police Department, N.J.

Union City Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

White River Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Winchester Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

 

Nova

Anthony Police Department, N.M.

Azusa Pacific University, Calif.

Central Intel Services, LLC, Wis.

Edison Ohio Community College, Ohio

Legoland, Calif.

Logan Police Department, N.M.

Lonoke Police Department, Ark.

Pike County Sheriff’s Department, Ky.

Quay County Sheriff’s Department, N.M.

Shoshone City Police Department, Idaho

Tucumcari Police Department, N.M.

University of North Texas Health Science Center, Texas

Vinton Police Department, La.

 

Flex add-on sales highlights:

Bar Harbor Police Department, Maine

Bucksport Public Safety, Maine

Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, Texas

Kewaunee County Sheriff, Wis.

MACC E9-1-1, Wash.

Maricopa Police Department, Ariz.

Navajo County Sheriff’s Office, Ariz.

Oconto County Sheriff, Wis.

Riverdale Police Department, Ga.

Rock County Sheriff’s Department, Wis.

Rockdale County E9-1-1, Ga.

Santa Cruz County Sheriff, Ariz.

Southwest Harbor Police Department, Maine

Sturgeon Bay Police Department, Wis.

 

New sales not previously announced:

Flex

Benton County Sheriff’s Department, Ind.

Bluffton Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Brownstone Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Carr Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Constable Precinct 3, Texas

Driftwood Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Grassy Fork Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Hamilton Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Jackson-Washington Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Liberty Center Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Main Dept. of Health and Human Services, Division of Audit, Maine

Ossian Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Owen-Salt Creek Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Pershing Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Posey County Sheriff’s Department, Ind.

Redding Township Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

Seymour Fire Department, Ind. (Rapid Notification only)

 

Nova

Elite Task Force, N.J.

Pacific Northwest Security and Investigations, Wash.


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