Versatile records management system aids in Cornhusker State law enforcement
The system will allow the state patrol to consolidate and automate incident information that currently is kept in various databases or in paper files, thus providing more effective records and criminal investigations processing. The new system also includes an automated report-writing capability for officers on patrol. Officers will be able to enter incident reports while in the field, which will allow them to spend more time on patrol, in the community.
The records management system will interface with the Tiburon computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system installed for the state patrol last year. Incident data originating from a citizen’s call for assistance will be transferred automatically from the CAD system to the new records management system, providing officers immediate access to critical information.
“With this new system, the state patrol will achieve greater operational efficiencies and improved reporting, which results in better service to the citizens of our state,” said Col. Bryan Tuma, superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with Tiburon on this important project.”