Numerica’s Lumen Platform, Serving Thousands of Former Coplink Users, Available Nationwide

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Numerica Corporation announced today the nationwide availability of the only deployed, proven upgrade path for agencies affected by the third consecutive sale of the Coplink system.

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With Lumen, law enforcement agencies can move beyond legacy systems, like Coplink, and take full of advantage of a modern solution for data driven policing, while saving money and eliminating the inevitable risks associated with yet another sale of their technology provider.

Numerica’s leading-edge technology, centered on the stable and growing Lumen platform, has already replaced Coplink in a consortium of over 60 agencies representing more than 8,000 sworn law enforcement officers, as well as numerous state and local agencies across the nation - and the numbers continue to grow.    Numerica’s proven experience transitioning agencies from Coplink to its next-generation Lumen system has led agencies from coast to coast to achieve significant improvements in capabilities at a lower total cost of ownership than Coplink.

With Lumen, everyone from analysts to command staff to patrol officers has access to a unique suite of capabilities such as Lumen’s lightning-fast full-text search across hundreds of millions of structured and unstructured records, comprehensive multi-jurisdictional offender profiles, customized photo lineups, link analysis, and powerful mobile access that delivers actionable information to officers on the street. Unlike competing solutions, Lumen’s flexible data integration technology means that valuable local data resources, including RMS, CAD, LPR, evidence management, case management, community corrections records, and virtually any other electronic records, can be easily searched, shared, and analyzed within and across jurisdictions.

“Numerica has always placed the mission success of our customers at the center of what we do every day. As a stable and growing business, we offer assurance to our customers who have relied on us for more than 20 years that they can continue to rely on us for decades to come,” said Dr. Nicholas Coult, Senior Vice President of Law Enforcement and Public Safety at Numerica. “With Lumen, law enforcement agencies can move beyond legacy systems, like Coplink, and take full of advantage of a modern solution for data driven policing, while saving money and eliminating the inevitable risks associated with yet another sale of their technology provider.”

Lumen is an advanced analytics and data sharing platform specifically designed for law enforcement.  Agencies seeking to integrate disparate data sources into a single, integrated, CJIS-compliant portal for investigations, analysis, and inter-jurisdictional sharing are turning to Lumen.  For more information on Lumen, and to hear customers who have already transitioned from Coplink to Lumen, visit https://www.numerica.us/lumen or email info(at)numerica(dot)us.

About Numerica.
Since 1996, Northern Colorado-based Numerica Corporation has been a research and development leader solving some of the world’s most challenging information science problems. Our team of world class scientists, engineers and business professionals develop advanced mathematical algorithms and software for tracking targets, fusing data, managing uncertainty, optimizing operations, and integrating networks. Numerica’s technology solutions translate complex data streams into real-time, actionable information for U.S. Department of Defense agencies, NASA, law enforcement, and commercial customers. Numerica provides state-of-the-art solutions in the areas of air defense, missile defense, space situational awareness, intelligence, and law enforcement, with technology supporting mission critical operations domestically and around the world.  Numerica’s public safety products include Lumen, CJISvault, and RDW.  Visit http://www.numerica.us for more information.

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