Police-community engagement is now recognized as an important part of every law enforcement agency’s mission to better connect and collaborate with the public, and to improve participation in problem-solving endeavors.
Police departments around the country are struggling to manage the large amounts of data they collect each day. In this blog, we discuss how a crime analysis program can help.
How can PDs create a bigger and better impact with fewer resources and more outside pressure? By deploying police patrol software that does these 5 things.
If you’re only using an RMS for your police operations, you’re losing key functionality when it comes to your investigations. In this blog, we discuss the difference between an RMS and a true case management system, and why you need both.
Use of force investigations are complex and require both criminal and administrative case folders. In this blog, we discuss the nuances and best practices for conducting bifurcated investigations that are both thorough and compliant.
When police use of force incidents occur, it’s important to comprehensively document them. But once you do, you can’t just file away the report without any follow-up. In this blog, we discuss 6 important guidelines to follow when reviewing use of force reports.
A use of force report is a critical piece of documentation that shouldn’t be taken lightly by field officers and supervisors alike – no matter the severity of the incident. In this blog, we cover 4 high-level standards to follow when putting these reports together.
Due to the nature of a police officer’s job, social distancing looks a bit different than your average citizen situation. While always maintaining a high level of situational awareness, here are a few different scenarios and recommended protocols to follow in the field.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has hit the United States hard: we now have the most cases in the world. And law enforcement agencies who are on the front lines are seeing this virus take a toll on their workforce. Members are increasingly testing positive for COVID-19, while others are being quarantined...
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is here in the U.S., and there are reports of law enforcement officers testing positive. In New York City, there has been an increase in confirmed sick reports and exposures related to the virus at police and correction departments.