What happens when one city is ranked the most violent in the state per UCR and the stats may be wrong? They turn to PRI for help. Our independent analysis of the agency’s data, systems and reporting methodology will provide clarity.
After engaging PRI consulting services the Vancouver, WA Police Department has successfully launched a new police records division with 18 employees, 24/7 operations and new office space.
FEATURED NEWS // January 2018
Denver PD investigating crime data errors prompts internal investigation (and headlines). The errors pertain to classification of reports.
Martin County Commissioners Anne Scott and Ed Fielding, were booked Tuesday night into county jail after being indicted in a public records scandal that already cost taxpayers upward of $25 million.
The AZ Court of Appeals held that a public employee’s private cell phone records can be considered public records if the employee used the cell phone for a public purpose.
Transitioning to a new RMS can go well or…be a nightmare. We see too many agencies that don’t make the necessary adjustments to their business processes and workflows to ensure project success. They’re left with a great system without the benefits of the new technology and thus- no return on investment.
WORKFLOW is everything.
Does your records unit pass reports through various people, each of whom do different tasks like quality control, coding, and imaging? One report, one person, one time. We make it happen.
Compliance & Best Practices
Whether you’re building a new records unit or seeking to gain compliance with records law and IT standards, our solutions ensure your agency is managing records & data in the most cost effective and efficient manner.
Moving Information To Tomorrow
The efficient functioning of an organization is largely dependent on how well it manages its information. Departing from the old way of records management to today’s digital age enables fully electronic processes: faster workflows, real-time info, better quality control and customer service.
The Records Room Newsletter
The Records Room is a free quarterly newsletter distributed to over 10,000 subscribers around the country who work in police records and technology positions. The only publication of its kind with content that is strictly related to law enforcement records and technology, read articles, news and product reviews for the public safety community written by public safety practitioners. Subscribe to receive training announcements, news and more. read full issues
Our Mission & Values
Improve public safety in our clients communities by ensuring the delivery of accurate, timely and efficient management of agency records and data through the utilization of tomorrow’s technology and effective business processes.
We operate with the utmost level of integrity without compromise, promoting the ethical performance of our duties in all that we do. Our work is conducted in the most efficient manner possible to ensure the responsible stewardship of our clients investments.
Care For Our People
We recognize that the value and well-being of our employees translates into superior care of our clients. We encourage self-initiative, creativity, teamwork and open-dialogue while understanding the importance of flexibility, passion and commitment to client satisfaction.
We pay attention to the details while seeing the big picture. Our decisions and actions are based on first understanding what the results will be and only upon gathering all available information. We understand organizational culture and the unique environmental conditions of each project.