Fresno Police Department Deploys Axon RSM
Tuesday, October 01, 2019 | Comments

Axon announced that the Fresno Police Department is the first agency to deploy Axon Records, a new records management system (RMS). The department deployed Axon Records in its entirety to officers and supporting staff in early September.

"After using a legacy RMS for more than two decades, it's exciting to be able to move into the cloud and streamline the report writing process," said Fresno Police Chief Andrew Hall. "What was truly amazing to me was that we were able to train more than 800 employees in five weeks without disruption to the organization. Now that we are deploying Axon Records, we're confident the system will incorporate everything we need for what is essentially the backbone of our agency."

Axon Records allows agencies to streamline the report writing process so officers have more time to spend in their community. The RMS is fully configurable so agencies can create custom forms, workflows and workgroups to meet their specific needs. Other benefits and features of Axon Records include:
• Digital evidence at the heart of the record. Officers and investigators can quickly incorporate all video footage, photos, documents and citizen-captured evidence into an incident, helping agencies quickly create a comprehensive view of a police incident.
• Dynamic reporting for any incident. Axon Records offers one dynamic report that populates only the necessary fields, hiding the rest. Data is entered once via predictive typing, eliminating the need for officers to have to type the same data repeatedly. Axon Records also includes a powerful and configurable validation engine so your agency can easily make the transition to the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
• One big step toward automation. Axon Records is a force multiplier. By using modern technologies, the RMS can integrate deeply with other systems at an agency to prevent officers from duplicating work. By combining artificial intelligence (AI) with the power of the Axon network, Axon Records will be able to automatically pull in data from body-worn and in-car video and publicly submitted evidence to pre-populate incident reports.

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