CrimeCenter Software to Showcase Solutions for Police Operations & Investigations at Virtual IACP 2020

CrimeCenter Software, the leading provider of cloud-based law enforcement software solutions, will provide demos of its five solutions for police operations and investigations at the 2020 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference. The Virtual Expo will be open from October 20-22, 10 AM – 4 PM ET.

From incident reporting to case management to mission support, CrimeCenter modernizes every phase of police operations and investigations. The platform includes solutions for incidents, interactions, integrity, intelligence and investigations. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore CrimeCenter’s cloud-based tools as well as schedule virtual meetings with the CrimeCenter team.

“The law enforcement community has dealt with a lot this past year, so it’s important to come together as an industry to learn, share and connect with each other,” said Randy Gluck, business development manager, CrimeCenter Software. “We’re excited to participate in IACP’s virtual event, and we hope to present our platform as a tool that supports the mission and moves the profession forward.”

To learn more about IACP and register, click here – and add CrimeCenter to your show planner to visit the company’s Exhibitor Showcase and meet with the team.

About CrimeCenter Software

CrimeCenter Software is the leading provider of cloud-based software for police departments and law enforcement agencies. Built by law enforcement experts, the platform helps agencies modernize every phase of police operations and investigations with easy-to-use, CJIS-compliant software tools. Unlike legacy systems, CrimeCenter is accessible 24/7 from any authorized mobile or desktop device and can integrate with third-party law enforcement applications through open API architecture. Headquartered in Newark, New Jersey, CrimeCenter Software is strategically located just west of New York City.

To learn more, visit crimecenter.com or follow @crimecenter on TwitterLinkedInFacebook and YouTube.

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