We’re excited to add Fairburn Police Department as a customer and proud that they chose an Eagle*Print system as their first Live Scan. The solution we provided features a desktop computer, fingerprint scanner, multi-pedal foot switch, widescreen monitor, and laser printer. It will mainly be used by the police department to process fingerprints and background checks for applicant purposes such as the issuance of gun permits and liquor licenses. However, like any of our Live Scans operated by a law enforcement agency, the system can be used for other purposes, including the certification of their own officers and the processing of criminal suspects if the need arises.
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Haralson County Sheriff’s Office, Ga., Switches Back to EAS as Solutions Provider
We’re delighted to announce that Haralson County Sheriff’s Office has switched back to our RMS/JMS and Live Scan solutions. Like other recent customers, the sheriff’s office decided to return for some of the advantages we offer over our closest competitors, including our responsive and proactive technical support and on-site service. To make the transition back to our products as smooth and cost effective as possible, we were able to utilize most of the agency’s existing hardware such as their server, Live Scan cabinet, and fingerprint scanner.
Treutlen County Sheriff’s Office, Ga., Gets New RMS/JMS Package
We’re very enthused to announce the addition of Treutlen County Sheriff’s Office as an Eagle*Advantage customer. We provided the agency with a solutions package which includes our records and jail management suites, a new IP camera for taking mugshots, integrated accident diagramming software, and a remote application component which allows administrators and users to access the system from off-site locations. In addition, the Treutlen County Emergency Management Agency is moving forward with the implementation of a new computer-aided dispatch (CAD) suite provided by our strategic partner, ez911, Inc. After the CAD installation has been completed, deputies will be able to import CAD call data directly into the RMS which will speed up the process of creating incident reports.