CrimeCenter Software to Exhibit at 2018 IACP Annual Conference

The largest and most important industry conference will bring 14,000 public safety professionals to Orlando

CrimeCenter Software, a one-of-a-kind case management system developed by law enforcement experts for law enforcement officers, is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at the 2018 International Association of Chiefs’ of Police (IACP) Annual Conference slated for October 6-9 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

“IACP is the ideal setting for our team to have face-to-face conversations with law enforcement decision makers,” said Michael Cunningham, operations manager, CrimeCenter Software. “It also gives us the perfect opportunity to showcase our new flagship solution to the industry, which transforms agencies’ accessibility to investigative case management. We’ve been working on it for quite some time now – and just in time for IACP, it will be ready for prime time. We are looking forward to giving demos of the solution at the show and garnering feedback for continuous improvement and relevancy.”

CrimeCenter will be exhibiting in booth #859 where it will be providing customized demos of the solution. Attendees will have the opportunity to spin a prize wheel for a chance to win; one lucky person will win a Yeti cooler. Coffee will also be provided in the booth.

For more information about IACP, click here – and to schedule a demo with a member of our team, click here.

About CrimeCenter Software

CrimeCenter Software is a complete case management system that captures, organizes and allows for easy analysis of data coming into a police department or precinct from incident and intelligence to investigation and arrest. Designed by law enforcement experts, CrimeCenter Software is designed to relieve the common case management pain points – with more than 200 standard reports plus unlimited customizations and a smart document approach. Headquartered in Newark, New Jersey, CrimeCenter Software is strategically located about 15 miles west of New York City.

To learn more, visit or follow @crimecenter on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+ and YouTube.

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