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Deputy Chief Jack Fahrnow
Olathe Police Department - Kansas
Lieutenant Jim Munro
Clovis Police Department
Division Chief Mike Wagner
Boulder County Sheriff's Office
Case Study #1: How we’ve helped our officers spend less time on reports, and more time in the field
Presenter: Division Chief Mike Wagner
40 years ago, Boulder County Sheriff’s Office pioneered a more efficient way for its officers to write reports. Now, with Dragon speech recognition technology, they’re spending even less time on paperwork, and even more time in the field.
Case Study #2: A Deputy Police Chief Reveals eCitation Tips to Decrease Ticketing Times & Increase Revenue
Presenter: Deputy Police Chief Jack Fahrnow - Olathe Police Department - KS
Serving more than 145,000 citizens in the suburb of Kansas City, KS, the Olathe police department has worked to be on the leading edge of integrating technology into its police force. With a police force comprised of 200 sworn police officers and 30 civilians, Olathe PD was seeking new ways to improve us of department resources, reduce ticketing errors and gather data for reporting on state mandates. Prior to 2016, the Olathe PD’s citation issuing and processing system was a very staff intensive process. It required many steps and staff to get 50,000 to 60,000 handwritten tickets into the records management system. This was the process that has been followed for many decades and required staffers who were fully dedicated to simply entering tickets. Beyond entry staff needs, paper ticketing used time in other ways. With a paper ticket, the average traffic stop lasted about 15 to 20 minutes. Olathe PD leadership was seeking an eCitation system that could get the traffic stop down to less than 5 minutes.
Learn how the Olathe PD’s new eCitation solution has directly reduced errors, cut down lost revenue, automated the ticket processing operation and shortened ticket writing to an average of 10 minutes. Join Deputy Police Chief Jack Fahrnow as he shares how his department made the transition to a new eCitation system.
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Case Study #3: Using technology to allow staff to work smarter, not harder
Presenter: Lieutenant Jim Munro, Clovis Police Department - CA
Serving a community of more than 117,000 residents, the Clovis Police Department values technology that allows their staff to work smarter, not harder. With a sworn police force of just 100 officers, Clovis PD constantly looks to technology to help streamline processes and workflows.
For the past five years, Clovis PD has incorporated the use of an iPhone to help field personnel complete tasks such as citations, field interviews, K9 use logging, and to help keep track of unit and call statuses. Recently, Clovis PD began using new cutting-edge iOS applications to complete these tasks. Learn how mobile technology helps Clovis PD Officers complete these tasks quickly and safely.
Topics to be covered:
• How mobile technology has helped Clovis PD become more efficient
• Why Clovis PD looks to mobile technology to help solve problems
• Lessons learned
• Benefits of using mobile technology in the field
• How this technology has helped Clovis PD collect real-time data leading to safer streets and faster suspect identification