Product Feature: RMS/CAD: Exploring Technology Brings the Future to the Present

Record management systems (RMS) and computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems are undergoing massive changes. Data from these systems are being collected; organized; and, ultimately, utilized in a number of new and better ways. Police work is made more effective and easier, experts say, when it can mine and make use of the data these systems can provide.

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The day began like any other. Daani Svonkin was at her desk, working as an analyst for the San Bernardino Police Department in California. It was December 2, 2015....
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