Spillman helps Georgia Driver Services manage intelligence data
SALT LAKE CITY – May 15, 2009 – The Georgia Department of Driver Services is using software from Spillman Technologies to help reduce driver license fraud and efficiently manage case and incident management data.
Spillman's Law Records module allows the agency to store intelligence data about a suspect's hangouts, associates, and vehicles, and generate reports for crime analysis. Using the State Link module, personnel can search state and national databases for information on suspects. The software will allow the agency to manage information electronically, replacing their paper-based work processes.
The agency is the first state-run driver services agency to adopt Spillman software. The Georgia Department of Driver Services also purchased Spillman InSight™, Spillman's Imaging, Equipment, Evidence Management, and Personnel modules, and the Live-Scan Fingerprinting Interface.
Using Spillman's Evidence Management module, the agency can track the location of items, and compile detailed data about each piece of evidence, such as where it is stored and what activities are associated with the item.
The agency can use Spillman's Personnel Management module to store work-related details about employees, such as special medical training or the ability to speak a second language. Supervisors can quickly retrieve this information about an employee's special skills if needed during an emergency situation.
The Georgia Department of Driver Services is one of 17 agencies in Georgia and more than 750 agencies nationwide using software from Spillman, a leading public safety provider headquartered in Salt Lake City. The agency has been using its Spillman system since Nov. 17.
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.