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Civiceye Launched The First Law Enforcement Empowerment Program
Agencies can use CivicRMS to compile incident reports, assess crime patterns, track drug crimes, and drive efficient operations.
Fremont, CA: The COVID-19 outbreak forced government agencies to face the fact that they must adopt linked, digital-first operations. Those initiatives will very certainly continue in 2022. Government CIOs will be able to invest in technology that provides significant automation and process management advantages if their budgets get increased. The public sector will optimize digital experiences, including workers and constituents, with a uniform, low-code platform.
CivicEye, the end-to-end supplier of cloud software for public safety, introduced the Law Enforcement Empowerment Program (LEEP), allowing tribal law enforcement agencies to collaborate with CivicEye on a free Records Management System (RMS) pilot program. This initiative will be a critical tool in allowing agencies that would otherwise be unable to purchase software or solutions for their departments to do so. The LEEP program for 2022 begins with a central objective of tribal law enforcement to enable these agencies to enlist new techniques and tactics that also help drive efficient internal processes today and drive more cost-effective policing and build safer communities in the future.
It is advised that tribal police heads and authority officials complete the application. Up to ten (10) tribal law enforcement agencies got chosen to participate in the initiative at no cost for two (2) years of free CivicRMS access, on-site training and installation, and transition assistance at the end of the program if they decide not to continue utilizing the application.
Native American law enforcement agencies have encountered considerable obstacles in gaining funds to fully staff their departments and provide them with the resources they require to serve their communities. Agencies will be able to use CivicRMS to compile incident reports, assess crime patterns, track drug crimes, and drive highly efficient operations. Such a high-performance, modern document management system would be simple, allowing for more time spent in the community and less time spent in front of a computer.
"Small and medium law enforcement agencies have struggled to receive funding and don't have modern applications and technologies to help them move forward. CivicEye felt we could make a difference by developing LEEP," said Nathan Leatherwood, Head of Growth and Client Success at CivicEye. "We're excited to partner with Tribal Agencies in this initiative and look forward to hearing the successes that come from it."