MetroAlert has announced that two more Mercer County (Pennsylvania) law enforcement agencies have selected its police Records Management System (RMS). By automating processes with the Visual Alert RMS, law enforcement personnel are able to spend more time protecting the public and less time on administrative activities, such as writing reports and managing evidence.
The two new Mercer County public safety organizations implementing the Visual Alert RMS, as well as the Evidence Bar Coding module, include:
Greenville Police Department (Mercer County)
Led by Police Chief, Dennis Stephens, the Greenville Police Department serves a population of almost 4,900 with 14 officers.
Sharpsville Police Department (Mercer County)
Serving a population of more than 4,500 with nine officers, the Sharpsville Police Department is led by Chief of Police, Keith Falasco.
“Police departments are operating under tighter budgets and have a broader scope of responsibilities than in the past,” said Tony Iannacone, founder and president of MetroAlert. “Visual Alert provides them with an easy-to-use solution for preparing reports, managing records, and controlling the flow of departmental information. Greenville and Sharpsville police departments will now have the information that they need at their fingertips and be able to more efficiently and effectively serve their communities than in the past.”