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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

TOWN OF LOCKPORT — The Niagara County Sheriff's Office is in the process of upgrading its computer software in order to increase its information sharing and intelligence-led policing efforts.

The new software, New World's Aegis Public Safety Software Suite, will provide new solutions for the agency's Computer Aided Dispatch, Law Enforcement Records Management, Corrections Management, Decision Support, Mobile Messaging, Fire Records and Field Reporting abilities.

Niagara County Sheriff Jim Voutour said that New World was chosen with the goal of selecting software that would grow with the office for the next 15 to 20 years and contribute to its information sharing and intelligence-led policing, which "allows law enforcement to quickly and effectively analyze real time data used for identifying crime trends and patterns."

"New World software makes us better, faster and smarter," Voutour said. "Criminals are now smarter and we need to stay ahead of them. We need to be more efficient, reduce redundant data entry, have information at the fingertips of our officers, and pull all public safety agencies together under one system."

All public safety agencies in Niagara County have been invited to join NCSO in using the new software. The Niagara County Sheriff's Office works with several fire and emergency medical services agencies along with other police departments.

“This will help to decrease response times when every second counts, a great new benefit to the Niagara County fire service," said Jonathan Schultz, director of emergency services. "This new system will streamline and shorten the time it takes to enter information for the National Fire Incident Systems (NFIRS) reporting which will be a great benefit to our fire department members whose time is precious and limited.”

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