Spokane Tribal PD uses Spillman to monitor traffic
SALT LAKE CITY – July 13, 2009 – Spillman Technologies is helping officers at the Spokane Tribal Police Department monitor traffic conditions and collect information about accident trends.
Using Spillman's Traffic Information module, the agency has the ability to track citations and warnings for use in investigating traffic incidents.
Prior to using Spillman software, the Spokane Tribal Police Department had been using an electronic spreadsheet to record agency data. Since going live with its Spillman system earlier this year, the agency can easily organize and view information about licenses and permits, such as the date effective, permit holder, and permit type.
The Spokane Tribal Police Department provides law enforcement for the Spokane Indian Reservation, located on 157,376 acres in northeast Washington. In addition to the Traffic Information and Licenses and Permits modules, the agency also adopted Spillman's Law Records, Imaging, and Computer-Aided Dispatch modules.
The agency can use Spillman's Computer-Aided Dispatch module to see the status of all current emergency calls and efficiently search for information on suspect names, vehicles, and property. Using the Law Records module, the tribal agency can consolidate its law incident records into one database. The information can be used to track cases and suspects and generate crime analysis reports.
The Spokane Tribal Police Department is one of 131 agencies in Washington and more than 750 agencies nationwide using Spillman, a leading public safety provider headquartered in Salt Lake City.
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.