Southaven, MS (PRWEB) September 26, 2014
Application Data Systems, inc. (ADSi), in collaboration with the City of Vicksburg, MS, has created a software module to increase law enforcement efficiency in handling domestic violence cases in the State of Mississippi.
Domestic violence has been destroying families for a very long time, but recent headlines have highlighted the issue in the minds of many Americans, and shown that domestic violence is not a problem that only occurs in low-income families. The State of Mississippi requires local agencies to meet certain standards regarding domestic violence reporting and record keeping. However, meeting such requirements can become a daunting task, and without a roadmap in place to guide the process, it may seem like an impossible task.
The good news is that ADSi (http://www.e9.com) has done much of the work for law enforcement agencies by incorporating the latest Mississippi requirements within their DataForce Web LE Domestic Violence software module. So, thanks to the City of Vicksburg and ADSi, law enforcement agencies can now step right into a state-of-the-art domestic violence system that already meets or exceeds the standards set forth by the State of Mississippi.
ADSi’s law enforcement records management suite is a modular system, and the various available modules, including Domestic Violence, communicate seamlessly with other modules eliminating or minimizing the need for duplicate entry of information.
Powerful data tracking and batch printing capabilities are built into ADSi’s system, as are a number of color-based visual indicators to reduce the chance for error in data analysis.
To learn more about domestic violence software for law enforcement, contact us or visit http://www.e9.com
About ADSi Public Safety Software
Serving public safety professionals since 1981 (under the same name and ownership) by developing dependable public safety software applications, ADSi Public Safety Software has customers across the United States at all levels of government (local, county, state, federal), including the U.S. Military.