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Rural Washington Department Launches Online Crime Reporting System

Residents of a small Washington town on the Columbia River now have a new way to report crimes to their local police agency—an online reporting system that goes live on March 1, 2019.

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Video: Recycling Industry Trade Group Touts Scrap Theft Partnership with Police

According to Department of Energy estimates, metal theft costs — including lost revenue and damages related to the thefts — total $1 billion each year, and repairs often cost much more money than the value of the stolen property.

Custom Web-Based Scheduling

Scheduline uses the convenience of the Web to schedule and communicate with personnel. The secure, scalable system makes scheduling fast and easy from any computer with an internet connection. Personnel can view their own schedules online, and can view or print schedules from any screen.

Crime Mapping

CrimeReports allows law enforcement agencies to provide neighborhood crime information to citizens in near real-time and empowers citizen participation in community policing. The service is free to the public and allows citizens to receive alerts automatically via e-mail when crimes occur within a specified distance of their homes.

Internet Sales

In addition to its retail store in Lenexa, Kan., OMB's Express Police Supply can service any continental state in the U.S. with one- to three-day delivery times for Internet or catalog orders.

Net Transcripts Online Transcription Service

Net Transcripts provides Web-based transcription services to law enforcement and prosecutorial departments. The company specializes in the transcription of analog and digital audio files. New security and customer service enhancements include integrating next-generation Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption as well as a comprehensive redesign to Net Transcripts’ customer interface to streamline the use of commonly used features.