How to use ARMS to improve focus on community engagement

2 MIN. READ ARMS software offers multiple features that can improve your police department’s community engagement outreach and impact and foster trust between officer and.

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The future of Computer Aided Dispatch

For decades, police have relied on various dispatch systems to help them locate nearby incidents as well as send a team to the site in.

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Reporting Crime Data in the NIBRS Program

The NIBRS or National Incident Based-Reporting System was implemented in the late 1980s to capture more accurate data about crime on a national level. Joining.

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Tips to maximize security during special events

Whether your team provides security for an airport, hospital, school, municipality or any other group or institution, your responsibilities and requirements will vary slightly during.

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A Mobile World, Requires Mobile Security

Protect the tablets you use for mobile CAD and RMS If your safety team is like most others, you will frequently use mobile devices like.

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Advantages of thorough training for your dispatchers and officers

Choosing the best software available for a law enforcement agency or security team is only the first step toward creating more efficient workflows. Training staff.

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Data Exports – Why use XML or CSV for data integrations?

No matter the primary location that your security team works to serve, you must be able to share data across your systems. When developing your.

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Creating Great Incident Reports

As part of the reports that your team creates, you must ensure that everyone is on the same page. This includes clarity as to what.

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Why ARMS offers SaaS via the cloud

The technology related to software-as-a-service, commonly known as SaaS, has consistently grown over the years. This growth applies across multiple fields, including the sector of.

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The importance of NCIC and law enforcement access to the database

The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) turned 50 in January 2017. This national database has transformed the way law enforcement agencies fight crime everywhere in.

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