Tribe chooses Spillman to aide police, jail operations
SALT LAKE CITY – July 18, 2008 – The Southern Ute Tribal Police Department has implemented Spillman's Mobile software solutions to effectively patrol the 681,000-acre Southern Ute reservation. The department is one of 19 tribal agencies using Spillman software.
Using Spillman's Mobile Records module, officers are able to query data and create narratives from their vehicles. The Voiceless Dispatch module will free up radio airtime for high priority calls by allowing officers to use their laptop computers to communicate with dispatchers.
Spillman's Jail Records module allows the Colorado agency to streamline the booking process for their tribal jail. Using the software, personnel can easily assess an inmate's needs and medical condition and organize jail activities.
The Southern Ute Tribal Police Department has also purchased Spillman's Records Management, Computer-Aided Dispatch, and Resource Management software solutions.
The agency went live with its new system on July 15. The Southern Ute Tribal Police Department is one of 27 agencies in Colorado and more than 700 agencies across the nation using Spillman software.
Spillman Technologies provides a full range of software solutions for public safety agencies, including Records Management, Computer-Aided Dispatch, Mobile Communications, Corrections Management, Fire/EMS Management, Resource Management, and Data Sharing.