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Computer Aided Dispatch Center (CAD), Springfield Police Department
If you are seeking information about the Computer Information Systems of the SPD, contact Carlos , for information on the Mobile Data Units, contact Officer Carl Prairie of the Radio Division, for information about practical use of the LogiSYS CAD contact CAD System Administrator Bill Mullen . For information on any of the LogiSYS products or services, please contact LogiSYS.)
mobil data units
Carl Prairie of Springfield, and Earl Harrington the grant coordinator.
For information about the Radio Repair Division, contact Carl Prairie
Radio Repair Division
The RRD is managed by Officer Carl Prairie and responsible for the daily operations of the two-way radio system for the City of Springfield, including the Police, Fire, Public Works, Water, School, and other city departments.The RRD personnel handles research and development, evaluations, and procurement of equipment and technologies. (more ... )
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Officer Carl PrairieSpringfield Police Department(413) email@example.com
...Paul Caron, the WMLEC committee consisting of Chairman Chief Richard Marchese, Secretary and Treasurer Chief Phil Adams, Vice Chairman Chief Russell Siekiewicz, Springfield Police Department consultant Officer Carl Prairie and other public officials who helped secure funding for the system are expected to attend.
...Already, we've seen a dramatic increase in the number of warrants for arrest and illegal vehicles being cleared off of the books, said Springfield Communications Manager Carl Prairie.
"Now, using PacketCluster Patrol, officers can get back a wealth of potentially life-saving information in a matter of seconds while in the field."
Before this system was installed, WMLEC member agency patrol officers had to wait up to 20 minutes while dispatchers gathered background information from a headquarters-based terminal connected to the state criminal justice information system (CJIS).This on-air downtime reduced the number of arrests officers could make because it limited them to fewer queries.Not having the information available at the scene increases officer and mobile personnel risk and sacrifices vital emergency response time.
Computer Information Systems of the SPD
Carter and Officer Carl Prairie also began the implementation the IMC Records Management System.The system was recently upgraded to a Windows based interface.
This involved learning, programming, and transferring data to the new Records Management System.Carter and Prairie
were given six months to do the job.When they finished, three officers were transferred to CIS
to assist them with the new system.The staff began training 500+
officers in using the new system.Meanwhile, the CIS
was upgrading from DOS to Windows 95.It was not an easy task.Off.Prairie
was transferred to the Radio Repair Division.