Public safety today operates in an environment of high expectations as never before, with best practices and proactive approaches fast becoming the norm across organizations of all sizes.
Used by over 900 public safety agencies in four countries , the IAPro solution is the leading Professional Standards solution - worldwide.
Frontline documentation goes paperless with a digital platform that ensures critical incidents are documented, reviewed and managed with consistency and completeness
The leading Professional Standards software used by public safety across the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Trinidad & Tobago and Australia
Advanced map-enabled app supporting overview and drill-down to use-of-force and other critical incidents that are location based
Next generation early intervention platform
Boosting NSW Professional Standards Command’s Capabilities New South Wales Police Force (NSWPF) is making final preparations for the roll-out of BlueTeam statewide! BlueTeam will expand NSWPF capabilities to manage and respond to complaints, misconduct and other Professional Standards issues. In preparation, important enhancements have been made to BlueTeam’s workflow routing functionality in order to more closely support their review and accountability requirements. Extensive testing and preparation Extensive testing and up-front planning is being done by NSWPF Professional Standards Command in preparation for rollout. Important expansion of use BlueTeam joins its companion application IAPro, currently in use by hundreds of NSWPF users with Professional Standards responsibility. The introduction of BlueTeam will supplement and expand the use of our solution across NSW Police.
The Missourian newspaper reports on the Columbia Police Department’s response to changes sought by those demonstrating in the wake of the death of George Floyd. BlueTeam is a key component to Departmental reporting and management of use-of-force incidents. Police chief outlines use-of-force policies amid reform demands Columbia Police Chief Geoff Jones said in a memo that his department already has policies in place meeting “use of force” changes sought by those demonstrating in the wake of the death of George Floyd….. In the memo, Jones details how the police department approaches the uses of force targeted by Campaign Zero and states that most demands have already been met, with some qualifications. Here is a point-by-point summary: …3. Require comprehensive reporting of incidents where officers use force. The chief said the department uses software called BlueTeam to track all incidents involving Columbia police officers using force, and officers are required to report any time they use force. All police use-of-force incidents are reviewed by the department’s internal review process, according to the memo. The department’s software “also sends alerts to supervisors when there are repeated uses of force within a set time period,” the memo states.
2020 has seen an unprecedented surge in sales of IAPro, BlueTeam and EIPro! The addition of new technical support staff and trainers in 2019 fortunately positioned us to progress new customer implementations at a rapid pace this year. In the meantime, our implementation services have made the shift to remote training, data integration and data migration as we bring new customers on-board during the coronavirus pandemic.