The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) will be the first police department in the State of California to launch JusticeMobile law enforcement data initiative on a smartphone.
SFPD’s Technology Division joined forces with the Mayor’s Office, the California Department of Justice and technology companies through the San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology and Innovation (sf.citi) to develop the first smartphone in the country.
This device will contain local, state and federal law enforcement data.
It will be a great tool in the hands of all San Francisco police officers.
“San Francisco’s men and women in uniform need 21st Century tools to keep our City safe,” said Mayor Lee.
“We have mobile apps for everything from banking to board games on our phones. But, incredibly, law enforcement hasn’t had the tools to access important criminal justice information on handhelds and tablets until now,” said Attorney General Harris.
JusticeMobile gives law enforcement agents, for the first time, secure and immediate access to state and federal criminal justice information.
Until now, all officers have had to use a phone or radio to contact personnel to conduct background checks
JusticeMobile contains the state system and data records used by law enforcement to record, solve, and manage crime including booking photos, Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) records and criminal histories.
Every 911 call made will be accessible instantly on the device.
Officers on duty can be more productive and will save time as they will not waste time to drive back to a police station and can remain in the streets while doing their work.
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