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Ada County (Idaho) Sheriff’s Office armed more than 155 deputies with Motion Computing tablets, in-vehicle docks and desktop mounts to allow for more frequent and successful use of e-citations and other emerging criminal justice applications.
Intended to replace older, end-of-life mobile computers that denied law enforcement officers access to their most frequently used field applications, the new devices offer easy, out-of-vehicle use, as well as increased data processing speed for faster situational analysis capabilities during incident response.
“Our deputies found that the rugged tablets we had previously issued them were bulky and heavy,” said Kelsey Proctor, Ada County Sheriff’s Office. “The tablets were also slow and unable to support today’s modern law enforcement software and applications. As Idaho’s largest law enforcement agency, it is critical to maximize our resources and invest in solutions that make our operations more efficient, and our officers more productive and effective in the field and in the office.”