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Tinton Falls Police Department Adopts Web-Based System

New Jersey agency integrates booking and investigative procedures.

by / April 14, 2004
TINTON FALLS, N.J. -- The Tinton Falls Police Department, N.J., has selected ImageWare's Crime Capture System (CCS) as its digital booking, identification and investigative solution. CCS will be Web-enabled, allowing officers to conduct investigative searches via a secure intranet and integrated with the department's existing livescan system. As a result, the department will have immediate access to critical criminal data and investigative tools including the ability to retrieve booking information and create photo lineups and mug books.

"ImageWare's CCS, combined with our new Sagem-Morpho livescan fingerprint capture station, will result in a fully integrated booking system that should reduce booking time and put officers back on the street in a more timely manner," said Capt. David Trevena of the department.

The Tinton Falls Police Department consists of 40 sworn officers and serves approximately 20,000 residents.

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