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PowerDMS’ Public-Facing Documents Increases Transparency and Trust for Law Enforcement Agencies

March 3, 2018
This add-on feature for the software’s Policy module gives designated users the ability to publish policies and other critical content to their agency’s website for members of the community to view and download.

IACP 2017: Best of Show

December 4, 2017

Here's a look at the products that caught our eye at this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) show held at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center.

State of Policy Report

October 30, 2017
Insights about policy information from over 340 law enforcement professionals from 46 states can be found in PowerDMS' State of Policy report.

New Report Reveals Issue-Based and Technology-Focused Policies in LE on the Rise

October 23, 2017
According to the State of Policy in Law Enforcement 2017 Report by PowerDMS, agencies increasingly turn to technology to keep pace with rapidly evolving landscape of policy and hold officers accountable.

Mobile App Provides Public Safety Agencies Quick Access to Critical Information

May 16, 2017
Public safety agencies across the U.S. are turning to a new mobile app that gives first responders quick access to critical information such as photos of suspects or the floorplans of a burning building in critical moments.

Cloud-based Document Management Technology Helps Police Identify Criminals

November 11, 2015
The Secaucus (NJ) Police Department used web-based software to disseminate burglary footage to officers, leading to a quick identification and enhanced collaboration between detectives and patrol staff. The technology from Orlando, Florida-based PowerDMS enables agencies to upload their most important content into a web-based platform, then distribute it directly to officers' mobile devices or computers for review.
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