InterAct Public Safety Systems to Show Demonstration of Services at a Press Conference Hosted by the West Virginia State Police

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InterAct Public Safety Systems will show a demonstration of automatic vehicle locator and computer aided dispatch at a press conference hosted by the West Virginia State Police. Confirmed attendees for the event include US Rep. Nick Rahall, D-W.Va., state Sen. Robert Plymale, D-Wayne County, and superintendent of the West Virginia State Police, Colonel David Lemmon.

InterAct Public Safety Systems, a leading provider of safety and security software used by private sector businesses as well as local, state, national and international government agencies, will be demonstrating its services at a press conference hosted by the West Virginia State Police. This press event will allow for the West Virginia State Police to show the public how emergency services response times can decrease and how InterAct's system will work for the state police as well as in conjunction with the five other counties in the test program, including: Lincoln, Putnam, Mason, Jackson and Kanawha Counties.

InterAct will be demonstrating CrimeAgent, mobile computer aided dispatch (CAD) and JavelinNCIC, InterAct's state specific access to the national crime information center database. In the demonstration, InterAct will show how CrimeAgent, mobile CAD and JavelinNCIC seamlessly integrate together for optimal query functionality. With mobile JavelinNCIC, emergency responders can tap into the national crime database to see who the owner of the vehicle that they may be trying to pull over is, and if they have any criminal history, from anywhere in the US. The demonstration will allow for press to see what emergency responders see in their vehicle and will be via mobile device. The InterAct software is part of pilot program funded by the innovation grant from the Rahall Technical Institute.

Among the attendees of the press conference will be US Rep. Nick Rahall, D-W.Va. US Rep. Rahall worked to get the West Virginia State Police the grant and will be speaking at the event, as well. Other attendees include state Sen. Robert Plymale, D-Wayne County, and superintendent of the West Virginia State Police Colonel David Lemmon. Gov. Joe Manchin, has also been invited to attend.

The event will be held:

8:30 AM

For more information about the event, please contact CPL Jerry Dornburg of the West Virginia State Police at (304) 746-2150.

About InterAct Public Safety Systems
Since 1975, InterAct Public Safety Systems has been Making Connections for Lifeā„¢ providing both stand-alone and fully integrated mission-critical public safety and homeland security systems and products. As the pioneers of the first three-screen E911 system 20 years ago, our passion for innovation is leading the way to Next Generation telephony, dispatch, records management, and mobile data systems. We're extending the definition of public safety with unique applications like intelligent digital video surveillance, alert notification, and crisis management systems. InterAct is a one-stop shop and sole point of contact for everything from individual applications to large-scale custom system development. InterAct makes it possible for first responders from private, state, local and national agencies to decrease response times and increase their effectiveness in the communities they serve. Learn more at or by calling 1-800-768-3911.


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