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Spillman Touch Application

October 7, 2010
The Spillman Touch application from Spillman Technologies lets officers access records, search databases, view dispatch information, and receive assignments using mobile devices. Spillman Touch can be fully integrated with your agency's Spillman database. Users can see dispatched calls as they are received and update their status.

Michigan Fire and Police Agencies Integrate Operations with New World Systems Software

September 1, 2010
New World Systems announced that it has been chosen by the Sterling Heights (Mich.) Police Department to upgrade the city's police and fire operations' public safety software.

Database Linguist

August 16, 2010

Thinkstream has now connected the databases of 64 parish sheriffs and 200-plus police departments. Integrated Justice allows each agency to control how much data it is willing to share with its neighbors.

Ohio Agency Adds New World Systems Software

August 4, 2010
New World is providing Westerville Public Safety Divisions with Aegis/MSP Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Law Enforcement Records Management, Mobile Computing and Field-based Reporting software developed in-house using proven Microsoft technology, industry-standard Windows Server and SQL Server.

Gov. Paterson Signs Law Forcing NYPD to Erase "Stop and Frisk" Database

July 16, 2010
Gov. Paterson Friday signed into law the controversial stop and frisk legislation that forces the NYPD to delete the names of people questioned - but not arrested - from its electronic database.

Utah Valley University Uses Spillman Data-Sharing System

June 18, 2010
If a student is suspected of an on-campus crime, the department can quickly search the Spillman system to see if the student has also committed crimes in other local jurisdictions.

Spillman's Data-Sharing Software Helps Colorado Agencies Improve Service

March 2, 2010
Using Spillman, the Mountain Village Police Department and the Telluride Marshal's Department can share information with the Montrose Police Department, Montrose County Sheriff's Office, and the 7th Judicial Drug Task Force. Data collected by all of the agencies is stored on a server located at the Montrose Police Department, where it can be accessed by authorized personnel in each jurisdiction.

Texas Agencies Upgrade Their Spillman Software

February 19, 2010
Public safety agencies in Texas have recently upgraded their Spillman Technologies software. The system upgrades were provided by Spillman at no additional costs.

Salt Lake City PD to use Spillman Software to Get Data from Three States

December 10, 2009
The Salt Lake City Police Department is partnering with Spillman Technologies to access data collected by other public safety agencies throughout Utah, Idaho, and Nevada.

Merlin Offers Experian Credit Header Data To LE

December 9, 2009
The monthly updated file includes names and AKAs, phone numbers, up to eight previous addresses, birth dates, and Social Security numbers (truncated in some applications).

Data Transfer

November 30, 2009

Everyone knows filling out forms is not the most exciting part of police work, but it still needs to get done as accurately as possible. That's why Spillman Technologies enhanced its Mobile software solution to make the task as efficient and painless as possible for officers out on patrol.

Law Enforcement Software 2009

November 30, 2009

Read about this year's innovative computer software that makes your job easier.

CODY Systems Donates Records Sharing System in Honor of Fallen Officer

November 23, 2009
CODY Systems is donating the use of its C.O.B.R.A. real-time records sharing system for police officers within Bucks County, Pa. This gift is in honor of Officer Brian Gregg, a fallen officer from the Newtown Borough (Pa.) Police Department.

N.J. Agency Implements Spillman CAD and Records Management System

November 2, 2009
In an effort to improve operational efficiency and mobile communications, the Cherry Hill Police Department has adopted software from Spillman Technologies.

Inspector Gadget

October 30, 2009

Using Merlin, investigators can search for subjects by phone numbers, addresses, and other information.

Poughkeepsie Police Upgrade Public Safety Software Using New World Systems

December 22, 2008
The Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Police Department has signed a contract to license New World Systems’ Aegis/MSP Public Safety Solution on the Microsoft platform. The new software will replace New World’s Aegis 400 solution, on the IBM iSeries 400 platform, that the department has used since 1998.

South Carolina Department Wins Award for False Alarm Reductions

October 12, 2008
The Rock Hill (S.C.) Police Department was presented the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) Directors' Award of Distinction at a recent Rock Hill City Council meeting. The award recognized the outstanding successes of Rock Hill’s Alarm Management Program in reducing alarm dispatches throughout the city.

Your Database Is As Good as the Information Put Into It

September 12, 2007
When Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Carlos Borland pulled over a Chevrolet Blazer on I-80 in response to a call that originated from a nearby truck stop, he did so without the knowledge that the vehicle's driver was an escapee from a North Carolina prison and that he had allegedly murdered two people the previous week. The Blazer was itself reported stolen and bearing license plates stolen from yet another vehicle.

IRP Solutions Case Investigative Life Cycle

February 1, 2004

Nowadays, technology seems to be providing ways to solve everything in our complicated professional lives. So why not find a technical solution that eliminates slipshod case management and poorly executed investigative processes?

How to...Open a Cold Case

May 1, 2003

A few months ago, newspapers around the country covered the arrest of Gerald Mason for a murder that happened when Dwight D. Eisenhower was in the White House. Mason was rousted out of a comfortable life in South Carolina and charged with killing two police officers in the Los Angeles suburb of El Segundo, Calif. In 1957.

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