Morgantown, WV (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
SecurLinx Corporation (FRA: S8X) introduces its IdentiTrac-RMS for the creation, storage and biometric search of digitized booking information. IdentiTrac-RMS provides fingerprint user verification to control access to up to 50,000 records which, in turn, are searchable by the fingerprint attached to each booking record. IdentiTrac-RMS uses FBI certified fingerprint technology to offer a compelling return on investment, saving officers’ time and making it easier to create and share NIST compliant records.
“The challenge for small to medium sized law enforcement agencies in today’s environment of evolving information technology capabilities is to be able to take advantage of the productivity gains offered by computerized information management at an affordable price,” said Jim Connors, Anaconda Montana Sheriff (ret.) and SecurLinx Vice President of Sales. “IdentiTrac-RMS solves that problem by providing a framework to gather and store comprehensive arrest records in the structure required to enable fast search and inter-agency sharing.”
“By leveraging our IdentiTrac Facial Recognition platform used by larger agencies, we are able to offer a fingerprint search version at a highly competitive price,” stated SecurLinx CEO, Barry Hodge, “The same technology can be used to validate user access to the system providing an audit trail and assuring data integrity.”
IdentiTrac-RMS has additional modules for managing prisoner intake and release, scars, marks and tattoos, medications and personal property. Records are stored to enable inter-agency information sharing using standards for both booking photos and criminal information reporting in the NCIC format. IdentiTrac-RMS helps small-to-medium sized law enforcement agencies record, organize, store and share information in a way that has immediate organizational benefits that exceed its price while enabling future adoption of other cutting-edge law enforcement technologies.