Salt Lake City-based Spillman Technologies will be on hand at the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s (IACP) 121st Annual Conference and Expo at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
Spillman will host demonstrations of its more than 40 integrated software modules and dozens of interface options, including its two new map-based analytics and community crime software: Spillman Analytics and CrimeMonitor.
Attendees can see how Spillman Analytics utilizes a sophisticated, industry-leading interface with BAIR Analytics’ solutions to offer agencies the ability to access full Spillman records from the analytics map without having to open a new program. Attendees can see how field personnel and supervisors can initiate queries from a map, delve into data, and easily determine crime trends and plan responses accordingly.
The CrimeMonitor community map allows the public to search nearby crime activity, visualize crime trends, identify hotspots in their neighborhoods and communities, submit anonymous tips, and receive neighborhood watch reports.
Sean Bair, founder and president of BAIR Analytics, said the tight integration between Spillman and BAIR Analytics provides users with one-of-a-kind features.
“Spillman Technologies provides a seamless and totally unique interface to BAIR Analytics, greatly simplifying user implementation and offering a host of key features unavailable through any other source,” said Bair. “Spillman is a highly progressive company that understands the power of predictive analytics in helping agencies prevent, deter, and solve crimes.”
Attendees can also learn about Spillman’s new cloud-based CAD, RMS, and Jail Management product for smaller public safety agencies. The product allows agencies to keep track of name records, vehicle, property, incidents, and more, with a Web-based platform that requires no hardware to install. It also gives agencies with limited resources a responsive, reliable, and easy-to-use CAD solution to quickly respond to emergencies and keep dispatched units up-to-date with the newest and most important call information.