Gratiot County MI Agencies Select Caliber’s TDEx for Justice Data Exchange

Alma, Breckenridge, and St. Louis, Michigan Police Departments and Gratiot County MI Sheriff and Prosecutor’s Office purchased the TDEx solutions to electronically exchange incident data between the Justice community. The TDEx solution significantly improves the efficiency of communication between law enforcement, prosecutor and the courts. Data entered by law enforcement can be electronically exchanged with the prosecutor, court and e-Warrant repository.

 

This exchange can eliminate the need to retype the data into all systems including the prosecutor’s Adult Case Tracking system. Also, as the prosecutor updates case information in their systems, notifications are sent back to the specific law enforcement agency. The notification enables law enforcement to have up to date knowledge of the status of their cases.

Additional benefits include:
• No driving paperwork to the other Justice Agencies
• Improved accuracy, auditing and security
• Support of National and State exchange standards

 

The Gratiot County Agency took advantage of the Michigan e-Warrant grant to fund the project. Data from the TDEx exchange is used to electronically “pack” a warrant and update the Michigan Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN).

 

Caliber Public Safety (Caliber), a leading public safety software provider in the United States, announced the acquisition of Core Technology Corporation (Core Technology) on March 2, 2017. The acquisition of their public safety software solutions will enhance Caliber’s existing product line and expand its reach in the market. TDEx, a product of Core Technology, and is now marketed and sold under the Caliber family of products.