CrimeCenter Software, a one-of-a-kind case management system developed by law enforcement experts for law enforcement officers, is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at the International Association of Chiefs’ of Police (IACP) Annual Conference and Exposition slated for October 21-24 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
“Deciding to be a part of IACP’s Annual Conference was an easy decision,” said Mike Cunningham, operations manager, CrimeCenter Software. “Most of our team has been to the show before – in the role of active law enforcement officers – and it was always a must-attend for anyone involved with the industry. Now, it’s exciting to be on the other side this time around so that we can offer solutions to some of the common pain points that are all-to-familiar to active duty officers. In addition to exhibiting, we will also be doing a bit of research so that we can better understand the needs and wants of officers, departments and precincts … and continue to develop our product to help them in their day-to-day efforts.”
CrimeCenter will be exhibiting in booth #3107. Attendees will have access to its coffee bar and the opportunity to participate in the research study. Cunningham and Consultant Ed Wallace will also be holding a book signing on Sunday, October 21st at 2pm and Monday, October 22nd at 11am.
Complementary books, available in limited quantities to those visiting the booth include:
Learn more about the IACP Annual Conference here.
About CrimeCenter Software
CrimeCenter Software is a complete case management system that captures, organizes and allows for easy analysis of data coming into a police department or precinct from incident and intelligence to investigation and arrest. Designed by law enforcement experts, CrimeCenter Software is designed to relieve the common case management pain points – with more than 200 standard reports plus unlimited customizations and a smart document approach. Headquartered in Newark, New Jersey, CrimeCenter Software is strategically located about 15 miles west of New York City.