Spillman helps Middlefield PD enhance data, share records

SALT LAKE CITY – August 6, 2007 – A new software system will allow the Middlefield Police Department to share law enforcement data with a host of local agencies.

The innovative system is a product of Spillman Technologies, a leading public safety provider headquartered in Salt Lake City. The Middlefield Police Department is joining the Geauga County Sheriff's Office and all municipal police departments within Geauga County in adopting Spillman solutions.

The Middlefield Police Department will use Spillman's Integrated Hub, Law Records module, and Computer-Aided Dispatch module to expand its law enforcement capabilities and better serve the city's approximately 2,000 residents.

The software will allow the department to instantly make information available to neighboring agencies about dispatched calls, suspects, and locations. At the same time, department personnel will be able to view the activity of local dispatch centers and access critical data on arrests and incidents throughout Geauga County.

The Middlefield Police Department plans to go live with the new system in November. It will join 12 other agencies in Ohio and more than 700 agencies nationwide using Spillman software.

Spillman Technologies provides a full range of software solutions for public safety agencies, including Computer-Aided Dispatch, Records Management, Mobile Communications, Corrections Management, Fire/EMS Management, Resource Management, and Data Sharing. Spillman has been serving public safety agencies since 1978.