The ability to quickly and effectively share information across the criminal justice system can be a matter of life or death. State and local justice and public safety agencies require that accurate and complete information is delivered to the right people at the right time. When information fails to arrive, arrives late, is incomplete or contains errors, the consequences can be devastating.
The main barrier to mitigating this risk is inadequate integration of information technology systems. Each justice and public safety entity has its own technology system, most of which cannot efficiently talk to one another and reconfiguring them to do so is not a viable solution.
In order for agencies to break out of information silos, they need a solution that gives them real-time access to information they need, when they need it.
Check out this new report to learn why information siloes are hindering public safety, how agencies can overcome this without reconfiguring IT systems and how to implement an information-sharing solution at your justice or public safety agency.