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Protecting the Big Three: Cash, Drugs Guns – Part 3
Published on: October 03, 2012
Part 3: Evidence Room Automation
In the contemporary evidence room, automated tracking can be scaled to meet the department’s needs. “There are systems out there,” says Joseph Latta, who is also CEO of Evidence Control Systems, Inc., Burbank, Calif., “but many are ‘add-ons’ to record management systems, and these are not effective property and evidence tracking systems.
“A dedicated evidence management system is needed.”
Just as national databases of biometric and DNA evidence and offenders speed up connecting crimes with criminals, automated tracking facilitates command and control in the evidence room.
“It’s not just tracking what’s needed for current cases,” Svaren says, “storage room space is finite, and when evidence sits long past its destruction date, it’s costing the department money.”
Webinar: Bulletproof Evidence Management Strategies
Published on: September 12, 2012
IBM and Provista present:
Bulletproof Evidence Management Strategies
Thursday, October 25th at 11:00 AM (PDT) or
Thursday, November 8 at 11:00 AM (PST)
Provista Senior Vice President of Government Solutions
IBM National Industry Specialist for Public Safety
Provista First Partner Worldwide to be Recognized as Smarter Cities Capability Authorized
Published on: August 28, 2012
Smarter Cities drive sustainable economic growth and deliver citizen centered services by…
- Leveraging information to make better decisions
- Anticipating problems to resolve them proactively
- Coordinating resources and processes to operate effectively …to increase the value to the citizens they serve in a rapidly changing economic and urban world.
The IBM Software Value Plus (SVP) Smarter Cities Capability Authorization recognizes Business Partners that have an approved Smarter Cities Solution, have passed a minimum of five rigorous technical certifications, and have a minimum of three Smarter Cities references. Provista, an IBM Premier Business Partner, is the first company worldwide to have met these objectives and been recognized as Smarter Cities Capability Authorized.