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25 agencies purchase Spillman, 59 expand systems in Q3
Twenty-five public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the third quarter of 2012, joining the more than 1,000 public safety agencies in 36 states nationwide that already use Spillman software. In addition to the new agencies, 59 agencies expanded their existing Spillman systems.
In Ohio, five police departments and 14 fire departments will be sharing data on a Spillman system hosted by the Darke County’s Sheriff’s Office. These agencies will also use Spillman’s InSight to access data from other nearby agencies like Miami County 9-1-1, also a Spillman customer. With immediate access to other agencies’ name, vehicle, property, and law records, personnel on the Darke system in Ohio will be able to access up-to-the-minute information and improve investigations. By sharing one server, these agencies can gain the efficiencies of sharing hardware costs and entering record information only once.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office in Florida is adding Spillman Touch® and the CompStat Dashboard module to their existing Spillman systems. Spillman Touch will allow agency personnel to access Spillman system records from any device with Internet connectivity, including smartphones and iPads. Spillman Touch also displays real-time call updates, allowing field personnel to stay informed of developments without tying up radio communications. The CompStat dashboard, part of Spillman’s Integrated Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP), is designed to help the sheriff’s office analyze trends in crime, quality-of-life, traffic, and accident data. The ability to pin-point public safety trends will allow the agency to make informed, proactive decisions about where to focus agency resources.
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- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Spillman, 11/19/12)