Laserfiche Long Beach


June 18, 2013 – The Long Beach Police Department was recently recognized with the 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureate for its use of enterprise content management technology in patrol cars to instantly access documents. The technology, developed by Long Beach-based Laserfiche, has had a direct impact on the department’s ability to reduce gang violence and crime, according to Police Chief Jim McDonnell. “The Laserfiche gang injunction link increased our capacity to be proactive in our policing by giving officers immediate access to information in the field,” McDonnell said in a statement. “By pairing technology with the gang injunction process, we’ve enhanced our ability to reduce violent crime.” Summary information from known gang members’ criminal records delivered to computer screens in patrol cars has been a valuable asset to the department and supportive of its gang injunction. “The Long Beach Police Department’s gang injunction system is breaking ground for police departments around the world,” Chris Wacker, executive vice president of Laserfiche, said in a statement. “We’re proud to see them recognized for their impressive accomplishments.” Pictured are Chief McDonnell and Wacker. (Photographs by the Business Journal’s Thomas McConville)

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