91 Agencies Purchase Spillman, 115 Expand Systems in Q4 of 2014

Spillman software solutions to be used for multi-jurisdictional data sharing and integrated analytics

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Ninety-one public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the fourth quarter of 2014, joining the nearly 1,400 agencies of all sizes in 42 states nationwide already using Spillman software. In addition to the new agencies, 115 agencies expanded their existing Spillman systems.

Harrison County Sheriff's Department in Indiana purchased Spillman’s Records Management (RMS), Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD), Jail Management (JMS), and Mobile solutions and will host a shared system with an additional 12 agencies throughout the county. Agencies on the Harrison County shared system will use Spillman’s CAD and mobile software to keep field responders safe, informed, and efficient. Personnel in the field will have instant access to CAD information, including call updates and the status of other units in the field.  And, because all modules in Spillman work together, information entered in any field will be saved and available throughout the entire system, streamlining the data entry process and reducing duplicate data. The agencies in the Harrison County shared system will join 150 existing Spillman customers in Indiana.

In Florida, Lee County Sheriff’s Office has added Spillman’s map-based, Intelligence-Led Policing module, Spillman Analytics®, to the agency’s existing Spillman system. Using this map-based analytics module, personnel – from command staff to field officers – can use their agency data to easily determine crime trends by geography. Because Spillman Analytics is a completely integrated module, users will have the ability to see and access incident details from their Spillman system directly from the map.

Blackfeet Tribal Law Enforcement in Montana purchased Spillman’s web-based public safety software solution, Citadex, for its RMS and CAD solutions. With Citadex’s RMS functionality, users can create name, vehicle, property, incident, offense, and arrest records, and can validate and submit UCR and IBR reports. Agency personnel can also use the web-based CAD solution to dispatch, monitor, and update the status of open calls in order to keep units up-to-date and prepared with the newest and most relevant call information. As a rural agency, users will benefit from the ability to access data from anywhere within their jurisdiction on any device with a browser and Internet connection.

Spillman Technologies serves nearly 1,400 sheriff’s offices, police departments, communication centers, correctional facilities, and fire departments nationwide. Spillman specializes in integrated software solutions, including Computer-Aided Dispatch, Records Management Systems, Mobile Data & Field Reporting, Mapping & GIS, Jail Management Systems, Fire, Data Sharing, Personnel & Resources, and Analytics & Intelligence-Led Policing. For more information about Spillman, visit www.spillman.com.
New sales:            

  • Ashley Police Department, Ind.
  • Bamber Lakes Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Barnegat Light Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Barnegat Township Police Department, N.J.
  • Barnegat Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Bay Head Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Bay Head Police Department, N.J.
  • Bayville Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Beach Haven Fire Company, N.J.
  • Beachwood Police Department, N.J.
  • Beachwood Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Blackfeet Tribal Law Enforcement, Mont. (Citadex)
  • Brick-Breton Woods Fire Company, N.J.
  • Brick-Herbertsville Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Brick-Larelton Fire Company, N.J.
  • Brick-Pioneer Hose Company #1, N.J.
  • Cassville Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office, Kan. (Citadex)
  • Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Colo. (Citadex)
  • Corydon Police Department, Ind.
  • Dwight Police Department, Ill.
  • Eagleswood Fire Company, N.J.
  • Elizabeth Volunteer Fire Department, Ind.
  • Fairbury Police Department, Ill.
  • Forked River Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Fremont Police Department, Ind.
  • Ganado Police Department, Texas (Citadex)
  • Hamilton Police Department, Ind.
  • Harrison County EMA, Ind.
  • Harrison County EMS, Ind.
  • Harrison County Sheriff's Department, Ind.
  • Harrison Township Volunteer Fire Department, Ind.
  • High Point Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Island Heights Borough Police Department, N.J.
  • Island Heights Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Jackson Mills Fire Company, N.J.
  • Jackson Township Police Department, N.J.
  • Lakehurst Police Department, N.J.
  • Lakehurst Volunteer Fire Company # 1, N.J.
  • Lakewood Fire Department, N.J.
  • Lanesville Police Department, Ind.
  • Lanesville Volunteer Fire Department, Ind.
  • Lanoka Harbor Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Lavallette Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Livcom 911, Ill.
  • Livingston County Sheriff's Department, Ill.
  • Lyon County Emergency Communications Center, Kan.
  • Manchester Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Manitou Park Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Mantoloking Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Mantoloking Police Department, N.J.
  • Milltown Police Department, Ind.
  • Milltown Volunteer Fire Department, Ind.
  • Monmouth County Corrections, N.J.
  • Mystic Island Fire Company, N.J.
  • Nevada Department of Transportation, Nev.
  • New Egypt Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • New Middletown Volunteer Fire Department, Ind.
  • New York State Police, Troop C (Zone 3), N.Y.
  • Ocean County Sheriff's Department, N.J.
  • Ocean Gate Police Department, N.J.
  • Ocean Gate Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Palmyra Fire Department, Ind.
  • Parkertown Fire Company, N.J.
  • Pine Beach Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Pinewald Pioneer Volunteer Fire Department Company # 1, N.J.
  • Pinewood Estates Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Plumsted Township Police Department, N.J.
  • Point Pleasant Beach Fire Department, N.J.
  • Point Pleasant Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Pontiac Police Department, Ill.
  • Ramsey Volunteer Fire Fighters, Inc., Ind.
  • Ridgeway Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Seaside Heights Fire Department, N.J.
  • Seaside Park Police Department, N.J.
  • Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Ship Bottom Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • South Toms River Police Department, N.J.
  • Stafford Township Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • State University of New York at Cortland, N.Y.
  • Surf City Police Department, N.J.
  • Surf City Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.
  • Texas Forest Service, Texas (Citadex)
  • Toms River Fire Department, N.J.
  • Tuckerton Fire Company #1, Inc., N.J.
  • Utah Communications Authority, Utah
  • Waretown Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Warren Grove Fire Company, N.J.
  • West Tuckerton Volunteer Fire Company, N.J.
  • Whitesville Volunteer Company #1, N.J.
  • Whiting Volunteer Fire Company #1, N.J.

Add-on sales highlights:

  • Fayette County Sheriff's Office, Ill.
  • Garden Grove Police Department, Calif.
  • Lakewood Police Department, N.J.
  • Lee County Sheriff's Office, Fla.
  • Lehi Police Department, Utah
  • Rock County Sheriff's Department, Wis.
  • Stokes County Information Systems, N.C.
  • Tuscaloosa Police Department, Ala.
  • Waupaca County Sheriff’s Department, Wis.
  • Whitcom, Wash. 

New sales not previously announced:

  • Alexandria Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Angel Station Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Anniston EMS, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Anniston Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Anniston Police Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Big Oak Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Calhoun County E9-1-1, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Eastaboga Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Harrisville Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Jacksonville Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Jacksonville State University Police Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Knightens Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Morgan County Ambulance, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Morgan County Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Morgan County Sheriff's Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Mount Olive Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Mountain Green Fire Protection District, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • North Ogden Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • North View Fire District, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Ogden Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Ogden Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Ohatchee Police Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Ohatchee Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Oxford EMS, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Oxford Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Oxford Police Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Piedmont Emergency Rescue Squad, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Piedmont Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Piedmont Police Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Plain City Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Pleasant View Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Riverdale City Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Riverdale Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Roy City Fire & Rescue Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Roy City Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • South Ogden Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • South Ogden Police Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Uintah City Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Washington Terrace Fire Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Weaver Police Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Weaver Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • Weber County Sheriff’s Department, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Weber E9-1-1, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Weber Fire District, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Weber State University Campus Police, Utah (Q3, 2014)
  • Webster's Chapel Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)
  • White Plains Volunteer Fire Department, Ala. (Q3, 2014)

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