Lumen to Provide Enhanced Data-Driven Policing Capabilities for Colorado Information Sharing Consortium

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Numerica Corporation, a leading provider of technology to law enforcement and intelligence customers, has reached an agreement with the Colorado Information Sharing Consortium (CISC) to offer the Lumen platform to CISC member agencies for improved data sharing, information search, and analytics.

Lumen's power helps officers expose, identify and arrest criminal offenders.

Numerica Corporation has announced an agreement to expand the company's flagship Lumen platform to agencies across Colorado through the Colorado Information Sharing Consortium (CISC). Lumen enhances data driven policing by enabling law enforcement personnel at all levels to search, analyze, and share tactical and strategic law enforcement data in real time.

"We are excited to work with the CISC member agencies, and bring them next-generation search and analysis capabilities," said Nick Coult, Vice President of the Interactive Intelligence Systems division at Numerica. "Lumen already serves hundreds of thousands of Colorado citizens, and this agreement will allow communities from the Western slope to the Eastern plains to benefit from the unique analytical and intelligence-sharing capabilities that Lumen offers."

CISC Manager David Shipley said, "We all seek safer, stronger communities. Law enforcement data sharing and analysis supports that goal. Partners like Colorado’s Numerica Corp. help the CISC lead this effort. Lumen’s power helps officers expose, identify and arrest criminal offenders.”

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Numerica exists to solve the most important information science challenges faced by our customers. Our world-class scientists, engineers and software architects deliver state-of-the-art technology solutions to our government and industry customers. We provide new levels of actionable information to decision makers, and our advanced algorithms and software are deployed in systems around the world. For more information, visit or

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