Appriss has announced an addition of new public records data to JusticeXchange—its secure, integrated justice solution. Law enforcement agencies will now be able to access to vehicle registrations, marriages, divorces, possible relatives to persons of interest, and other public records data, according to the company.

"By combining these data sources in JusticeXchange, we are able to provide law enforcement with the most powerful investigative tool on the market," said Paul Colangelo, president of Appriss. "Our strategy is simple, help agencies reduce costs and provide them with comprehensive information in one convenient and easy to use location driven by our customers' needs."

JusticeXchange links law enforcement to thousands of agencies across the country and includes nearly 70 million booking records, and more than 12.6 million photos. In addition, it provides users access to real-time features for monitoring of events, link analysis, photo line-ups and more.

It also includes secure access to other information sources that an agency wants to share with their other law enforcement organizations.

JusticeXchange was launched in 2002.

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