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SeaTac Police Department Expands Data Sharing

Washington state officers speed up investigation processes.

by / October 10, 2003
SEATAC, Wash. -- The SeaTac, Wash. Police Department wanted a better way to speed the initiation of investigative processes and enable data sharing with the King County Sheriff's Office, the county's primary adult detention facility.

The department has deployed a crime capture system (CCS) from ImageWare to simplify officer procedures. They will no longer be required to drive out of their districts to conduct investigative procedures such as generating photo line-ups, scanning or importing criminal photos and creating digital mug books.

"CCS will provide us with an enormous advantage, not only by linking us with the King County Sheriff's Office to exchange suspect information, but also quickly and efficiently streamlining our investigative processes," said Capt. Greg Dymerski of the SeaTac Police Department. "We are always looking to provide our officers with the necessary tools to help them reduce crime and improve public safety."

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