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9 Reasons the FBI’s National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) is So Important

April 9, 2019 | Justice and Law Enforcement

Law enforcement agencies are following FBI guidelines to transfer their record keeping to NIBRS by 2021. But why is it important, and how can agencies benefit from making the switch now?  Read More

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Kathryn Jones

The Vital Importance of NIBRS Reporting

Four Ways NIBRS Enhances the Effectiveness of Law Enforcement

March 5, 2019 | Justice and Law EnforcementCase Management/BPM

Law Enforcement agencies can gain vital insights into crime trends and patterns by using NIBRS data. Is your agency NIBRS ready? Read More

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Skip Bland

President’s Day and the Problem of Data Disconnect

February 15, 2019 | Healthcare and BenefitsJustice and Law EnforcementData and Analytics

If you’re using the wrong data, you might make a mistake—like calling the federal holiday in February “President’s Day.” Read More

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Lisa Sigler

In Case You Missed It: The Top 5 MicroPact Blogs of 2018

January 14, 2019 | Veterans BenefitsJustice and Law EnforcementCase Management/BPM

Take a final look back at the highlights of the past year. Re-read an old favorite, or see something interesting for the first time. Read More

United States Air Force Awards MicroPact Contract to Develop Global Law Enforcement System

USAF Security Forces Select entellitrak® as the Basis of the Air Force Justice Information System (AFJIS)

December 2, 2018 | Justice and Law EnforcementCompany News

The entellitrak-based AFJIS will serve approximately 30,000 security forces personnel worldwide. With this award, MicroPact continues to expand our support for the case management needs of the United States Armed Forces. Read More

Collaboration, Unity, and Working Together Highlight NOBLE 2018

Lessons Learned from Our Conversations with Law Enforcement Professionals at NOBLE

August 13, 2018 | Justice and Law Enforcement

Again this year, MicroPact’s Morgan Shannon spoke with law enforcement professionals about their challenges, their successes, and their technology needs at the NOBLE 2018 conference. Here’s what he learned. Read More

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Morgan Shannon

Replacing Legacy CJIS Systems? Think MicroPact

Don’t Be Held Prisoner by Your Legacy CJIS. Choose Agile, Affordable Case Management

July 2, 2018 | Justice and Law Enforcement

Holding on to legacy criminal justice investigation software is rarely a good thing, particularly when crimes such as identity theft demand the electronic investigative capabilities that only advanced technologies can deliver. Read More

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Morgan Shannon

Avert Bad Hires and Scandals with Consistent Employee Vetting

State and Local Agencies Need a Configurable Background Investigation System

June 18, 2018 | Justice and Law Enforcement

In state and local public safety roles, where hiring authorities are often arming people and giving them broad authority, the employment suitability vetting process must always be taken seriously. Read More

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Morgan Shannon

MicroPact Heads to the CTA Technology Summit

Proud Silver Sponsor of the 2018 Event

May 30, 2018 | Justice and Law EnforcementEvents

MicroPact is proud to be a Silver Sponsor at the Court Technology Association (CTA) annual summit. Stop by booth 306 and learn more about our end to end justice and law enforcement capabilities, including offender management. Read More

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Morgan Shannon

State OIGs: Is Your Audit and Investigation Data Referenceable?

Make Sure Fact-Finding Efforts Hold Up in Testimony and Reports

April 18, 2018 | Justice and Law Enforcement

Today only a handful of the largest state OIGs use a case management system that ensures all captured information is referenceable in the eyes of prosecutors and legislators. If you’re collecting information that can’t be easily retrieved, your office is likely shortchanging itself in terms of recoveries and funding. Read More

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Gary Walker