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Union County to get Zuercher

UNION COUNTY — In the near future “Zuercher” will be playing an important role in making the operations of the Union County Sheriff’s Office, Union County Jail, and Union County Detention Center more efficient. During its June meeting on Tuesday, June 19, Union County Council voted unanimously to authorize Supervisor Frank Hart to sign a commitment for a lease-purchase agreement with Zuercher Technologies.
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New emergency services center opens in Paragould

PARAGOULD, AR -- Zuercher’s first agency in the state of Arkansas goes live with CAD, Mapping, Mobile, and Records. Paragould Emergency Services (PES911) moved into a new building with all new equipment and switched over to dispatching at the new location with a new radio system, and Zuercher Suite all in the same day.
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Stoddard County 911 upgrades system, combines efforts

BLOOMFIELD, Mo. — Stoddard County 911 has become the first agency in Missouri set to roll out new public safety software from Zuercher Technologies to integrate many agencies within the county to one system.Stoddard County 911 Administrator Carol Moreland credited the passing of a 2016 tax behind the upgrade.
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CBS Affiliate KIRO-7 in Seattle Explores Zuercher’s Caller Location Query

The North East King County Regional Public Safety Communication Agency (NORCOM) in Washington State recently began using a unique software application that allows dispatchers to send first responders within 8-10 feet of a persons’ location. KIRO-7 television tested out the system, and were surprised with this game-changing system.
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Melvindale police get new tool to help inform public of crimes in their neighborhood

According to a post on its Facebook page, CrimeMapping.com helps law enforcement agencies throughout North America provide the public with information about recent crime activity in their neighborhood. The goal is to assist police departments in reducing crime through a better informed citizenry.
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Crime map empowers citizens to protect themselves

Map shows real-time crime, helps police be transparent. Ocoee Deputy Police Chief Steve McCosker said the question he gets most often from citizens is: Is my neighborhood safe?
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Redlands police now share information online about their daily activities

CrimeMapping is a key part of the Redlands Police Department's work to increase transparency and educate the public. “I see our relationship with the community as our most important thing and part of that is they need to know what’s going on in the city,” said interim police Chief Chris Catren.
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More Macomb County police agencies roll out interactive crime maps

More law enforcement agencies are working to keep civilians better informed of crime in their community with a new online crime incident map called CrimeMapping. “This is the 21st century of policing,” Shelby Township Deputy Police Chief Mark Coil said. “People want to be informed in real time of what is going on in their neighborhoods. It’s an easy-to-use program that provides transparency to our community.”
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Dover Police employ new crime mapping system

The Dover Police Department of Delaware recently partnered with CrimeMapping to provide a new way for people to stay informed about crime in Dover, whether it be on computer, tablet or smartphone. “As our law enforcement agencies create their strategic plans and objectives for the future, a common theme resonates — strengthening the department’s relationship with the community."
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Sonim and ACT | The App Association Take to Capitol Hill to Showcase First Responder Technology

TriTech Software showcased innovative public safety technology at an event on Capitol Hill entitled “The Future of First Responder Technology” to highlight how innovative hardware and software solutions are improving the effectiveness and efficiency for all public safety disciplines.
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