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South Lafourche fire department gets new dispatch system

Lafourche Parish Fire District 3 in Louisiana is undergoing its final training sessions this week on a Zuercher Suite software system. “It’s going to help our response times tremendously,” said dispatcher Jordan Gisclair. “With this system, we’re going to be 100 percent computerized – our mapping, all of our logs, our protocols.”
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Crime mapping website helping local community and Delaware State Police

Delaware State Police say online mapping is a huge success and it is helping them track crime. CrimeMapping, an online data base, helps provide better access to crime information.
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Zuercher Technologies Acquires IMPACT

SIOUX FALLS, SD (September 8, 2017) – Zuercher Technologies, a TriTech company, is excited to announce the acquisition of IMPACT and honored to welcome employees and customers into the Zuercher family. Zuercher selected IMPACT to advance its mission because of the shared company vision of a single public safety software focus and strong customer satisfaction emphasis. The partnership will advance Zuercher’s geographical reach in the state of New York, and the combined company resources and expertise will further strengthen Zuercher’s mission of raising the bar for what small to medium public safety agencies can expect from their public safety software providers.
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TriTech Partners with Rave to Incorporate Facility Data into CAD

SAN DIEGO, CA (August 14, 2017)—TriTech Software Systems announced today a partnership with Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), provider of critical communication and data platform solutions. Rave has incorporated facility data from Rave Facility into TriTech’s Inform Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System to bring critical information about businesses, facilities, and public buildings to responders in an emergency.
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TriTech’s On-the-Go Technology Featured at APCO

SAN DIEGO, CA (August 11, 2017) – Today's public safety professionals are busier than ever. They need technology that can keep up with their work demands and information needs wherever they are. TriTech Software Systems continues to stay ahead of the curve with the latest mobile technology which will be featured at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO for the August 13-18, 2017 APCO Conference. TriTech welcomes conference attendees to stop by Booth #1615/1611 to learn more about TriTech's solutions for today's on-the-go public safety professionals.
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TriTech Announces Strategic Partnership with Samsung Electronics America

SAN DIEGO, CA (August 9, 2017) — TriTech Software Systems announced today that it is working with Samsung Electronics America, Inc. to develop wearable “smart” device applications and capabilities built specifically for public safety professionals using the Samsung Gear S3.
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Residents are urged to text, not call 911 during eclipse

The Teton County Sheriff's Office in Wyoming is ready for the upcoming eclipse with a new Zuercher Suite software system. “What we have now really supports this community, even the normal amount of tourists we have,” said Communications Manager Terri Sherman.
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Sheriff’s data coming to crime info website

Information about crimes investigated by the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office in Michigan is now available on the crime data website Crimemapping.com. The website, which is free to use, shows criminal activity reports by where they happened. Reports can be looked up by agency or by a location entered by the user and can be filtered by type of crime and time frame.
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Officer goes above and beyond to help 4-year-old girl hunt for monsters

An officer with the Longmont Police Department in Colorado took the time to help a 4-year-old hunt for monsters in her new house. “We’re truly grateful to live in a town where the police officer will pay a kid any attention, " said the girl's mother, thanking the officer for going above and beyond to help out.
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Mapping out crime in St. Matthews

St. Matthews Police in Kentucky say CrimeMapping helps improve communication with the community. "The crime mapping program will help us determine where crime is occurring but it will also help the community see where there are pockets of problems, and see where crime is occurring,” said Maj. David Beyers.
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