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Las Vegas Metro PD Expands Public Safety Operations with IBM Crime Analytics Software

January 25, 2012
IBM's i2 crime analytics software will enable LVMPD officers to accelerate their investigations by enabling them to make non-obvious connections based on information that was previously spread across the department.

IBM IOC Solution Helps LE Coordinate Across City, Respond to Crises

June 6, 2011
Patterned in part after the NYPD real-time crime center, the IBM IOC is intended to analyze and distill data to provide timely information relevant to the individual officer.

Knowledge Computing Intel Lead Module for COPLINK

January 1, 2006
Knowledge Computing’s new Intel Lead module is an enhanced analytical application that allows law enforcement to more effectively share information and tease qualified leads out of raw data at the earliest stages of criminal and intelligence investigations. This software lets officers enter information from active investigations into a segregated database that continuously searches across multiple databases in the COPLINK node to identify relationships and patterns relevant to an investigation.

Cisco Systems IPICS Communications

January 1, 2006
Cisco’s new IP Interoperability and Collaboration Systems (IPICS) technology is a new communication system designed to easily integrate push-to-talk radio systems with other communication resources. These next-generation capabilities are designed to allow organizations to easily collaborate on daily operations, safety, security, and emergency management across different networks—both wired and wireless.

Defense Group Inc. Incident Management Software

September 1, 2005
DGI’s CoBRA software can be used by various law enforcement agencies to coordinate with other entities, such as fire departments and hospitals, to manage major incidents. CoBRA software provides first responders with the necessary interactive tools, guides, databases, SOPs, NIMS/ICS forms, checklists, and incident reporting capabilities to manage incidents involving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive threats.

LexisNexis Accurint LE Plus

September 1, 2005
Based on the Accurint platform, Accurint LE Plus from LexisNexis is a powerful desktop application that includes all the analyst’s mission-critical tools from the Web-based Accurint LE product. The new application allows agencies to search databases and link information from various sources to create a comprehensive analysis of a case. Features include visual link analysis, real-time batching, and GIS mapping.

Spillman Technologies Integrated Hub

September 1, 2005
Spillman’s Integrated Hub is a central database that stores all information about suspects and 911 callers in one location, providing real-time access to all users on the system. Integrated Hub stores its master tables with a single entry/singly inquiry feature to reduce duplicate records and automatically populates fields across different tables.
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