The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department has deployed Intelligent Led Public Safely solution by Motorola Solutions.
The Police department has deployed the solution in its real-time crime center to help identify and distribute information to officers before crimes occur, during active incidents and in support of investigations.
With the Motorola’s new solution, officers will have better information which will help in improving response times, increasing citizen engagement and maximizing the use of taxpayer dollars for an overall safer community.
Company officials said the police department can aggregate and correlate data from multiple sources such as video, sensors, alarms, computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records management systems using Real Time Intelligent Client.
Crime center analysts and officers can then further send the information to the location with actionable intelligence and comprehensive situational awareness.
Motorola Solutions will install two Real-Time Intelligence Client positions, a video wall with eight displays, existing video management systems integrated with CAD and third-party applications such as gunshot detection solution ShotSpotter.
Police department plans to have analysts 24 hours a day at the real time crime center. St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is the customer of the PublicEngines.
The combination of PublicEngines’ analytics technology such as Command Central with Motorola Solutions’ situational awareness tools will give St. Louis a platform for delivery of Intelligence-Led Public Safety capabilities.
“These tools will help the department unlock additional value in its existing technology investments while getting the right information to the right people at the right time to help officers avert, respond to and resolve incidents,” said Motorola Solutions Smart Public Safety Vice President Tom Guthrie.
Meanwhile, few days ago Motorola has acquired PublicEngines, a provider of cloud-based solutions that deliver crime analysis, predictive policing and citizen engagement capabilities for law enforcement agencies, governments and other organizations.
In February, Motorola Solutions acquired Emergency CallWorks, a provider of 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) call-taking software for public safety.