Wisconsin agencies increase interoperability with Spillman
SALT LAKE CITY – March 13, 2009 – Spillman Technologies is helping the Sturgeon Bay Police Department store data and share information with a neighboring agency.
The Wisconsin agency is using Spillman's Integrated Hub and Law Records module as part of a shared system housed at the Door County Sheriff's Office, giving each agency access to the collective pool of records. This partnership allows both agencies to improve regional crime-fighting efforts by sharing data.
With Spillman's Law Records module, the agency has the ability to store all of its law incident records into a single database and create reports for crime analysis. The Sturgeon Bay Police Department also uses Spillman's Involvements© feature to examine relationships between information and conduct thorough investigations.
The Sturgeon Bay Police Department can also use Spillman's Traffic Information module to identify traffic safety problems within its jurisdiction. The Traffic Information module allows the department to document the time, location, and cause of traffic accidents, track warnings and citations, and create reports that can help pinpoint accident trends.
The agency went live with the system on January 13. They are one of 55 agencies in Wisconsin and more than 750 agencies nationwide using Spillman software.
Spillman 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.