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Who needs Our Help?

Law enforcement organizations store information in numerous databases with no way to access, search, and view their information in one place. Officers and agents often have to access several different databases to compile information on a single suspect, collect relevant data on a location of interest, or investigate a criminal case.

Agents, detectives, and officers must access yet another system to manage their cases. Sharing information requires cutting and pasting text or manually typing reports.

ECD Law Enforcement features an intuitive, user-friendly interface that allows any agent, detective, or investigator to quickly access all available information in one place. Instead of logging in to separate systems, users can conduct one search for a suspect, target, or location through a single portal and return data from all relevant systems. ECD Law Enforcement supports existing case management systems, evidence management systems, arrest records, warrant data, subpoenaed data, RMS or other crime-reporting data, Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) data, federal repositories, gang intelligence, suspicious activity reports, Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) data, and unstructured data such as document repositories and emails.

ECD Law Enforcement enables leaders at every level to make better decisions by providing access to all the data that they are authorized to view. Agents in the field can send investigative findings to headquarters and search all data sources through a mobile device. Officers can conduct geo-searches around locations of interest and view relevant arrest data, calls for service, and notes and photos from previous investigations. Command staff can see real-time calls for service and Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) data on a map and view aggregate real-time statistics, charts, and graphs on a web page.

ECD Law Enforcement provides robust, built-in privacy and civil liberties protections, including granular access controls and advanced data retention capabilities. Respect both the letter and the spirit of privacy and civil liberties laws while providing law enforcement officials with the capabilities they need to keep the public safe.