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Citywide Web-Enabled Use-of-Force Entry at Philadelphia Police Department Begins

After several months of testing, Philadelphia Police Department has “gone live” with direct entry of use-of-force reports over their department intranet. Use-of-force and hospital visit reports are now entered by supervisory-level personnel in precincts throughout the city. The web-enabled application, …

September 1, 2002 (permalink)

Atlanta Police Department Chooses IAPro

Atlanta Police Department announced today its choice of IAPro as the software selected for use by its Professional Standards Bureau. Services to be provided include software installation and training, as well as data conversion of existing databases into IAPro format. …

August 1, 2002 (permalink)

Software update:

IAPro Canadian Version Released

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June 1, 2002 (permalink)

IAPro in Production at Philadephia Police Department

After a weekend cutover, production use of IAPro by Philadelphia Police Department has begun. As part of a 19 month contract, CI Technologies, in conjunction with IBM Global Services, is significantly enhancing IAPro to conform with judicial legal requirements and …

April 1, 2002 (permalink)

CI Technologies, Inc. and IBM Global Services Selected by Philadelphia Police Department to Provide IAB Automation

CI Technologies, Inc. and IBM Global Services will jointly implement CI Technologies’ IAPro software and related services over a 19 month project period under terms of a contract entered into with Philadelphia Police Department.

October 1, 2001 (permalink)

IAPro Installation at NYPD

The Internal Affairs Bureau of the New York City Police Department this week commenced entry of all complaints and investigations into IAPro. In conjunction with this implementation, IAPro Enhanced Version has been created with special features to facilitate assessments, notification …

December 1, 2000 (permalink)

IAPro Selected by New Jersey State Police to Meet Requirements of Consent Decree

As part of its ongoing effort to meet the requirements of the consent decree entered into with the United States Department of Justice, the New Jersey State Police has selected IAPro as its Professional Standards Bureau early warning and case …

August 1, 2000 (permalink)