Lte | 2017-12-14

SceneDoc Announces Partnership with a Police Department in California

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

Today, SceneDoc announces a partnership with the Ukiah Police Department in California to implement its ‘mobile first’ application for eCitation and reporting.

Ukiah is the first agency in the state of California to roll out SceneDoc eCitation, leveraging iPads and iPhones to securely automate their paperwork, collect, manage and share digital evidence, while turning data into actionable intelligence for broader public safety.

“When we saw the depth of capabilities offered by the SceneDoc platform, my team and I, along with the city administration, were immediately convinced this software would power a meaningful change. Far too long have police been falling behind with technology adoption, investing in tablets and smartphones is critical for law enforcement in current day. SceneDoc will also extend and compliment the capabilities of our TriTech Inform Records Management System, unleashing new power to our officers,” says Chief of Police, Chris Dewey.

“This move by Chief Dewey will be transformative for his department and for the city of Ukiah. Ukiah Police will start by evolving their ticketing workflow, but the opportunity to evolve most, if not all of their data workflows, represents the journey we’ll be on as partners,” says SceneDoc CEO, Alex Kottoor.

SceneDoc’s mission is to redefine the role of mobile technology in public safety. The company was recently awarded the coveted “Motorola Solutions Award for Public Safety Technology,” named as a leading innovator of public safety solutions that helps build safer cities and thriving communities.

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