Louisville Mississippi Police Department Chooses ADSi Public Safety Software

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When it came time to advance technology within the department, the Louisville Police Department chose ADSi Public Safety Software as a partner for the long-term.

ADSi is pleased to announce that Louisville Police Department (LPD) in Mississippi becomes part of the ADSi family of customers. In 2016 LPD began searching for a replacement for a comprehensive criminal Records Management System (RMS) to replace their aging system. The biggest goals they needed to accomplish were to be NIBRS complaint, reduce paper work, including paper traffic citations for court. In court we were doing almost everything manually and needed to reduce paper work for them in court improving fine collection.

The city of Louisville population of 7000 residents, the Police Department has 30 sworn, and is the county seat of Winston, County Mississippi near the Mississippi State University in Starkville. Louisville has a patrol approximately 15 square miles and experiences heavy traffic flow they needed a robust Police records management system. Chief of Police L.M. Claiborne, a retired State Trooper knew his agency needed new abilities to enhance information management and enhance criminal investigations. Chief Claiborne also needed something that was affordable and a vendor willing to assist in enhancing their internal process with a RMS suite to suit their needs.

In 2017 Chief Claiborne chose ADSI with suite of modules for RMS, along with E-Citation, Mobile RMS, and City Court records.

Since 1981 ADSi has been developing software based on our Law Enforcement customer’s specific daily mission. Starting with CADForce 4g and offering an entire suite of software for Police, Fire, Sheriffs, etc. ADSi offers mobile applications, mapping solutions, for the law enforcement mobile work force. With over 100 clients nationwide we hope we can help your agency streamline and cut waste.

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