Metro Technology Services has announced the addition of nine Pennsylvania law enforcement agencies to its client base of more than 400 agencies using the Visual Alert® software solution to streamline processes and more effectively and efficiently serve their communities.
“Our Visual Alert solution has been designed to meet the specific needs of public safety organizations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey,” said Tony Iannacone, founder and president of Metro Technology. “We are thrilled to be implementing our powerful records management system for these departments to help them automate processes, enhance internal and external communications and information sharing, and keep their communities safe. The rapid growth of our client base is a true testament to our team listening to the challenges of our customers and developing innovative solutions to solve those challenges.”
The nine public safety organizations recently implementing Visual Alert are:
Butler Township Police Department (Schuylkill County)
Led by Chief of Police, Edward Tarantelli, the Butler Township Police Department serves a population of more than 4,000 with four officers.
Curwensville Police Department (Clearfield County)
Serving a population of more than 3,000 with seven officers, the Curwensville Police Department is led by Chief of Police, David Johnston.
East Norriton Township Police Department (Montgomery County)
The 24 officers of the East Norriton Police Department, led by Chief of Police, Karyl Kates, serves a population of more than 13,500.
Hanover Township Police Department (Luzerne County)
Led by Chief of Police, Albert Walker, the Hanover Township Police Department serves a population of more than 10,600 with 15 officers.
Montoursville Police Department (Lycoming County)
Chief of Police, Jeff Gyurina, leads a staff of six officers for the Montoursville Police Department, which serves a population of almost 5,000.
North Middleton Township Police Department (Cumberland County)
Serving a population of more than 10,000, Chief of Police, Jeffrey Rudolph, leads a team of 10 officers at the North Middleton Township Police Department.
Penn State – Hazleton Campus Safety & Security Department (Luzerne County)
The more than 1,300 students attending Penn State – Hazleton are protected by Safety & Security Department, headed by Michael Conway and four full-time officers and a pool of part-time officers.
Rochester Township Police Department (Beaver County)
Chief of Police, George Yaccich, the Rochester Township Police Department serves a population of more than 3,400 with 13 officers.
Slippery Rock Police Department (Butler County)
Serving a population of more than 4,100, the Slippery Rock Borough Police Department is led by Lt. Brian Hoak and has six officers.