Navigation Links
CrimeCog Technologies Unveils Enhanced JMS Module of E*JUSTICE SYSTEMS(TM)
Date:5/5/2008

Updates include additional automated financial functions, inmate billing

and interfaces

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, at the American Jail Association Conference in Sacramento, CA, CrimeCog Technologies announced an enhanced version of its Jail Booking and Management System (JMS). Added functions will allow customers to automate and better manage inmates, inmate accounts and costs.

Part of the innovative E*JUSTICE SYSTEMS(TM) public safety software suite, the JMS helps corrections personnel manage and track all aspects of incarceration, from inmate risk levels to biometric identification, movement tracking to court appearances to probation and parole management.

Customers are already using the new version's enhanced ability to track inmate financial obligations. The new JMS release also assists customers seeking to recoup inmate costs billable to other agencies and jurisdictions. And the system now features new functions related to inmate work programs.

"E*JUSTICE SYSTEMS(TM) is something we're constantly improving, and we continue to create and build new functions that help Agencies accomplish more through greater efficiency," said CrimeCog President and COO Joe McKeown. "This update allows us to meet customer demand for the automated tracking inmate accounts and obligations as well as recouping inmate costs from other organizations and Agencies."

The updated JMS helps customers define and track various types of inmate billing, from room and board to medical expenses, commissary purchases to damages and beyond. And jurisdictions can establish and customize rates for services as well as payment plans and options.

"CrimeCog's enhancements to their JMS, when fully implemented, will allow us to document and automate our billing systems, increasing efficiency, and allowing us to maximize our budget dollars," said Chief Deputy Marshall Weeks of Calhoun County, Michigan. "The new features will continue to improve our jail's efficiency. The support and responsiveness of the team at CrimeCog has been outstanding."

The enhanced JMS also automates the billing and processing of inmate payments for room and board. Once an individual is no longer in custody, the system can automatically create and send invoices and, when necessary, late notices.

In addition, the new release automates the process of tracking and billing non-local inmate costs to other jurisdictions and agencies such as the Federal Government's Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE). This is a valuable new function for customers, as the financial obligations of an agency like ICE to some localities can add up to millions of dollars per year.

"E*JUSTICE SYSTEMS(TM) was developed to help jurisdictions become more efficient and achieve greater success without increasing personnel costs," said CrimeCog's McKeown. "The new JMS enhancements continue to empower our customers and make their operations even more effective and efficient."

Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, CrimeCog Technologies provides efficient, resource-saving information services to law enforcement agencies worldwide with the E*JUSTICE SYSTEMS(TM) suite of advanced web-based tools. Initially developed by Northrop Grumman, E*JUSTICE SYSTEMS(TM) is available on a software-as-a-service (SAAS) basis, making the latest information technology broadly affordable to a wide range of jurisdictions large and small.

For more on CrimeCog or the JMS enhancements, visit http://www.crimecog.com or call 1-800-890-8950.

Contact:

Joe McKeown

CrimeCog Technologies, Inc.

1 248-630-2196

joe_mckeown@crimecog.com

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.


'/>"/>
SOURCE CrimeCog Technologies, Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Related biology news :

1. NIH awards UC $9 million grant to improve patient point-of-care technologies
2. Patent Issued for e-Smart Technologies, Inc.s First Biometric Match-on-Card Technology
3. Titanium Group to Showcase Products and Technologies in Prestigious Government Seminar
4. e-Smart Technologies Responds to Press Release Issued By IDsmart LLC
5. e-Smart Technologies, Inc. Responds to Information Subpoenas From Securities & Exchange Commission
6. e-Smart(R) Technologies, Inc., Announces Next Generation Superthin Polyimide Flexible Circuit Biometric Super Smart Card(TM) card, the i am(TM) Card.
7. Material Technologies Holds First Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor Training for Private Inspection Firms
8. e-Smart(R) Technologies Delivers Its New Super Smart Card(TM) in South Korea.
9. e-SMART Technologies Continues Delivery of Its New Super SMART Card in South Korea
10. Phoenix Technologies and Atmel Collaborate to Create Next-Generation Security Solutions for PCs
11. Atmel and Phoenix Technologies Collaborate to Create Next-generation Security Solutions for PCs
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:3/15/2016)... York , March 15, 2016 ... market report published by Transparency Market Research "Digital Door Lock ... and Forecast 2015 - 2023," the global digital door lock ... 731.9 Mn in 2014 and is forecast to grow at ... Growth of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) across the ...
(Date:3/11/2016)... , March 11, 2016 ... new market research report "Image Recognition Market by Technology ... (Marketing and Advertising), by Deployment Type (On-Premises and Cloud), ... To 2022", published by MarketsandMarkets, the global market is ... to USD 29.98 Billion by 2020, at a CAGR ...
(Date:3/9/2016)... March 9, 2016  Crossmatch ® , a ... solutions, today announced the addition of smart features ... multi-factor authentication platform. New contextual and application-specific ... step-up security where it,s needed most — while ... DC . --> Washington, ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
(Date:5/25/2016)... ... 2016 , ... The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) responded ... Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) outlining a measurement approach to interoperability that focuses ... and where it was needed. The organization of health informatics professionals said a ...
(Date:5/25/2016)... ... 2016 , ... Lady had been battling arthritis since the age of two ... knee. Lady’s owner Hannah sought the help of Dr Jeff Christiansen of Superior ... cruciate ligament and help with the pain of Lady’s arthritis. Dr Christiansen suggested that ...
(Date:5/24/2016)... , May 24, 2016   MedyMatch Technology Ltd ... with artificial intelligence, real-time decision support tools in the emergency ... at the 2016 Israeli Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) BioMed Conference. ... Israel,s 15th National Life Sciences and Technology ... the David Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel ...
(Date:5/23/2016)... ... May 23, 2016 , ... The need for blood donations in South Texas and across the ... Texas Blood & Tissue Center, blood donations are on the decline. In fact, donations across ... down 21 percent in South Texas in the last four years alone. , There is ...
Breaking Biology Technology: