How Can SaaS Reduce Software Risks for Police Departments?
Police departments have the opportunity to safeguard their sensitive data by implementing SaaS security practices.
How Police Departments Can Save Costs With SaaS Software
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Why Law Enforcement Agencies Should Move Towards SaaS
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CPI’s 12th CCH Installation Is Successfully Implemented in Philadelphia
CPI OpenFox and Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) have successfully deployed the OpenFox Criminal History Application (CHA) including CPI’s Internet Records Access Portal product (iRAP) for agency background check tracking. The project replaced the legacy Philadelphia Criminal History database and user applications that served the PPD and the city of Philadelphia. PPD is now the eleventh…
New Mexico Upgrades OpenFox Hotfiles to Include Tribal Affiliation
CPI OpenFox implemented changes to the Hot Files (HFS) database (DB) Missing Person files to include Tribal Affiliation for the New Mexico Department of Public Safety
Vermont DPS OpenFox Archive Application Now Deployed in CPI’s Tier III+ SaaS Center
Vermont DPS now has OpenFox Archive v3 application running in the CPI OpenFox Tier-III+ Data Center in Bolingbrook, IL.
CPI OpenFox Installs CCH Reporting Database for Alabama
CPI has built a replicated Computerized Criminal History (CCH) on-premise database for the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Rhode Island Enhances OpenFox CCH Notifications
CPI modified the Rhode Island Attorney General (RIAG) Computerized Criminal History (CCH) Application functionality including enhancements to enable mapping of RI State statutes to NCIC equivalent offense codes on Nlets Criminal Record (CR) and Full Record (FR) responses utilizing Nlets Law Enforcement Notification System (LENS).
UPDATE: Java 8 311 Bug Resolved
UPDATE: The error message in the Openfox Desktop, caused by a bug with Java 8_311, has been resolved. The issue was resolved in the Java 8_321 release. For any further questions or concerns, please contact the CPI Support Center via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 866-471-6305. Previous Issue: CPI has identified a bug…
MSHP Adds Background Check Enhancements to OpenFox CCH
CPI OpenFox (CPI) and MSHP updated the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Applicant response to include the National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR) response for the Originating Agency Identification (ORI) flagged with the NCIC NSOR Check flag in the Agency’s module.
CPI’s 11th CCH Installation Is Successfully Implemented in Ohio
Computer Projects of Illinois (CPI) and Ohio Attorney General (OAG) have successfully deployed the OpenFox® Criminal History Application (CHA). The project replaced the legacy Ohio Criminal History database and user applications that served the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation and the citizens of the Buckeye State.
CPI Deploys OpenFox Soft Tokens in Kentucky
Keeping with CJIS compliance, CPI has implemented OpenFox® Soft Tokens v1.0 for Kentucky State Police (KSP). CPI enhanced the existing OpenFox advanced authentication method to work with CPI-generated Google Authenticator soft tokens. CPI modified the OpenFox Message Switching System to enable soft token functionality. CPI generated the initial quantity of soft token credentials as specified and imported them into the token database on the KSP OpenFox Message Switch.
Rhode Island State Police OpenFox System Now Deployed in CPI’s Tier-III+ SaaS Center
The Rhode Island State Police (RISP) is now the ninth (9th) CPI customer to implement the OpenFox® Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for their OpenFox Message Switch environment.
Built In Honors CPI in Its Esteemed 2022 Best Places To Work Awards
CPI Earns a spot on Built In’s 50 Best Small Places to Work in Chicago Chicago, IL, January 5, 2022 — Built In today announced that CPI was honored in its 2022 Best Places To Work Awards. Specifically, CPI earned a place on 50 Best Small Places to Work in Chicago. Click here to see…
Oklahoma now participating in TIPS
CPI recently cut to Production a new receiver web service to Nlets and the NLETS TIPS, “Targeted Interstate Photo Sharing” for the Oklahoma DPS OLETS OpenFox Message Switch. This project encompasses two projects in one. The first was the conversion of the NLETS dual socket interface, and associated driver, to the new NLETS Web Services interface…
Rhode Island Attorney General Pistol Permit Printing
On February 17th, 2017 Computer Projects of Illinois (CPI) successfully implemented Rhode Island Attorney General Pistol Permit Printing. The new functionality, provided by CPI, provides a method to automate the printing of the Concealed Handgun Permit ID Card. The OpenFox® Criminal History Application (CHA) system has automated the applicable printing functions to produce the pistol permit…