CopBook Inc Announces National Release of Secure Collaboration Platform for Law Enforcement

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Following a highly successful pilot, CopBook Inc. announces national availability of CopBook: a secure collaboration tool designed to meet the specific needs of US law enforcement personnel.

Crooks don’t follow geographical boundaries, and it’s crucial for different law enforcement agencies to be able to share information quickly. – Redlands PD Chief Mark Garcia

CopBook is a secure, invite-only collaboration tool for police departments, sheriff's departments, regional task forces, and other US law enforcement personnel. CopBook provides users in the field and at headquarters access to mission critical information in a timely manner, enabling distributed real-time information sharing.

CopBook is accessible using any smartphone, tablet, or desktop computing device using a familiar interface, reducing the overhead associated with training and adoption. Each CopBook user manages access to the information they share, ensuring integrity of the information by default.

CopBook has been proven in the field at 40 departments across the country in a pilot conducted earlier this year. CopBook has been used to improve coordination within departments, as well as across departments -- connecting law enforcement officials spanning geographies and disciplines.

CopBook will be available to US law enforcement and support personnel starting on November 1, 2012. CopBook Inc. is offering a special promotional rate of 50% off the first year of subscription. Interested parties may apply for access at between September 30th and October 31st of this year.

CopBook helps local and regional law enforcement organizations save money and improve operations with this innovative, secure, easy-to-use collaboration tool.

Jason Gdowik, Media Relations
734 15th Street NW, Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20005
(800) 604-9789

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