Byram, Mississippi (PRWEB) August 15, 2015
ADSi is thrilled with the good news that the Byram Police Department has committed to ADSi. Chief Luke Thompson and his staff started looking for solutions by first finding out what other agencies in the area are using when they happened on Chief Mike Warren from Clinton Police. He let them know that there was one in-state vendor who has been developing software since 1981 and that they were under the same ownership, same management, since their inception, and that they were not interested in growth by buy-out or selling out to an investment firm.
“We researched ADSi and found that ADSi took customers on based on their direction and forward-thinking, progressive policing policy,” Chief Thompson said.
Chief Thompson continued, “Over the years we found that the software that we are using was not integrated to the level we wanted. We needed a single unified platform where we could share information with other communities. It is imperative that we offer as much safety to our responders as possible and with Hinds County and Clinton Police both already using the software it made sense. ADSi offered us a monthly subscription so there was no lump sum offering.”
The ADSi software will encompass Police CAD, complete RMS and court management software. It will handle reminder letters/alerts to the officers when they are scheduled to appear in court and tracking moneys’ collected during the day.
ADSi has been developing needs-based software based on customers’ specific daily demands since 1981. Starting with CADForce4G and offering an entire suite of software for Police, Fire, Sheriffs, etc. ADSi offers mobile applications and mapping solutions for the law enforcement mobile work force.
Byram Police (http://www.facebook.com/ByramPD) is headed up by Chief Luke Thompson, who has been at the helm since 2010. Prior to this appointment Luke was with the City of Gulfport, Mississippi for six years and the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office for four years. He is assisted by Commander Ford Hayman and Commander David Errington.
Contact Mike Perkins at ADSi for more information.