US Department of the Interior Selects Niche Records Management System (RMS)
Enforcement software deal connects over 6,000 law enforcement officers across the US
Niche’s system will support operational policing for the DOI’s Office of Law Enforcement and Security, and other Bureaus including Indian Affairs, Land Management, Reclamation, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service. Overall, the DOI has the federal Executive Branch’s third largest police force with responsibility for protecting people, natural and cultural resources, and facilities, on more than 500 million acres of DOI-managed lands.
Niche RMS is the most widely used operational policing system worldwide and offers users many benefits, including helping to eliminate inefficiencies, introduce new ways of doing business, and ensure that processes that are already working become even more effective. Niche customers use a single, unified operational policing information system for storing and processing operational police information, allowing them to achieve end-to-end management of incidents and crimes from the initial report through investigation and crime management to prisoner booking and criminal case files.
“The information sharing potential of IMARS will greatly enhance the safety of law enforcement officers and the people and lands they protect,” said
DOI agency members will also benefit from Niche RMS’s support for accessing information in a mobile environment, which provides access to crucial data when either connected or disconnected from wireless networks, allowing staff to be self-sufficient and effective while working in remote locations.
ABOUT NICHE TECHNOLOGY AND NICHE RMS
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