COPsync Delivers Data Collection and Information Sharing Solution Using the Brother MW-260 MPrintTM Mobile Printer for Citations, Warning Notifications, and More

Business Problem

The events of Sept. 11, 2001 pointed out a weakness in the federal law enforcement community to effectively share information between agencies on suspected terrorist activities. Recognizing the risks that this posed, the U.S. Government mandated a more comprehensive use of information sharing as it related to national emergencies and homeland security. Subsequently, the federal guidelines1 were set forth for realtime information sharing between law enforcement agencies and emergency response personnel at the federal, state, and local levels.

Compliance with these guidelines, however, would bring significant challenges with regards to current laws, privacy protection, technology standards, and nation-wide deployment. New systems would be required to build out the infrastructure and implement the applications locally. 

Business Solution

COPsync, Inc., a software technology provider to law enforcement and emergency service professionals based in Canyon Lake, Texas, recognized the need to offer their clients a solution to comply with the Government’s information sharing mandates. Founders Russell Chaney and Shane Rapp, with a combined 30+ years of law enforcement experience between them, saw firsthand the ramifications associated with the inability of law enforcement agencies to share information and intelligence to prevent and solve crimes. This, along with their software development skills, gives them the unique insight needed to develop user-friendly platforms to help improve the day-to-day performance of their fellow law enforcement officers.

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