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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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Metro police departments unveil new crime-mapping technology

The city of Des Moines, Iowa, is using CrimeMapping to let residents know where crime is happening close to home. It's a collaboration between police, neighbors and local businesses, designed to help the streets safer. And that's good news for local businesses who are the frequent targets of crime, no matter the size.
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New crime mapping program in place in Emerald Isle

Emerald Isle Police in NC are now using CrimeMapping to work with citizens to reduce crime. “We feel like the more information we can get out to our citizens, the better off they’re going to be and the safer they can be in their homes,” Chief Tony Reese said.
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County, city police to consolidate information sharing

Information-sharing by law enforcement is about to improve across Arapahoe County, Colorado, as part of an agreement approved last week by county commissioners. The agreement relaces the many computer-aided dispatch, or CAD, systems currently in use by the county’s five dispatch centers with a single Inform CAD program.
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Keeping crime rates down in Marianna

CrimeMapping is a new part of a Florida police department's strategy to keep crime rates down. "The citizens can see everything we can see and it helps you look and see, where the crimes are occurring and what type crimes are occurring and in what areas," said Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett.
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Hall County Implements New 9-1-1 Dispatch Technology to Deliver Better Emergency Response

SAN DIEGO, CA (June 27, 2017)—Hall County, Georgia Department of Public Safety implemented a new Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system on June 20, 2017. The new system, which was funded through the SPLOST-VII tax approved for upgrades to the county infrastructure, will bring tangible improvements to citizen safety, including Automated Abandoned Call Processing and Caller Location Query.
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New service puts Adrian crime info in online maps

The Adrian Police Department is using CrimeMapping to communicate information about crimes to residents of its Michigan city. “A well-informed public has always been an essential element in Adrian’s fight against crime and CrimeMapping.com is an excellent communication channel between the police department and the citizens of our city,” said Police Chief Vince Emrick.
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Richmond police make crime data available via CrimeMapping.com

The Richmond Police Department in Texas has taken a progressive approach to transparency, including use of CrimeMapping. Community Oriented Policing is a trend that is here to stay and the Richmond Police Department has set an example for other area agencies.
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TriTech Unveils Powerful 911 Feature to Improve Time and Resource Constraints from Accidental Calls

SAN DIEGO, CA (June 1, 2017)— TriTech Software Systems proudly introduces the latest version of its TriTech 911 call handling solution which includes a powerful new feature that automates abandoned call processing. TriTech 911 is the only 9-1-1 application to fully integrate call center-initiated communication using outbound SMS to automate callbacks for abandoned calls. With abandoned call volumes increasing due to the rise of cell phones and pocket dialing, TriTech 911 can increase productivity in communication centers facing increasing demands.
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