Now Available in MAINE
iPatrol™ a Smartphone & Tablet Application For Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
iPatrol™, the revolutionary new service for Android™ Smartphones and Tablets from the CPI subsidiary, the Law Enforcement Wireless Village (www.LEWV.us) is running in production in Maine. Finally, real time access to METRO, NCIC, NLETS, State and local law enforcement information is within reach – easily and affordable.
Now officers on foot, on bikes, ATVs, boats, or working undercover can run information queries from anywhere - without having to call a dispatcher or open a laptop.
It's a fact, when officers on the street do more real-time Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) queries they find and recover more property and people wanted by the law. With iPatrol™, officers can perform Vehicle, Person, Gun, Article and Boat queries.
Secure controlled chat rooms enable officers to work together to share information and they can access members of their own agency and communicate to LEWV users in other agencies.
iPatrol™ is available to authorized CJIS users. iPatrol™ meets FBI security requirements including multi-factor authentication and FIPS 140-2 encryption required for accessing confidential CJIS data.
iPatrol™ accesses NCIC, Nlets, and State databases using the Computer Projects of Illinois, Inc. (CPI) OpenFox™ Gateway interconnected to States via the Nlets secure network to the LEWV Network Operations Center.
iPatrol™ operates on the Android 2.2 or later operating systems on the following devices;
Maine now joins the state of Kentucky, as we released last week, as iPatrol ready. For more information about iPatrol™ and CPI, visit http://www.openfox.com.
Marc J. Smith
Senior Account Executive
Computer Projects of Illinois (CPI)
(630) 754-8820 x149