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POLICE ACCESS DATA FROM NATIONAL/STATE/LOCAL DATABASES.

The Georgia State Patrol Nighthawk Task Force (a metro Atlanta DUI task force) has selected Info-Cop's advanced wireless NCIC software for mobile communications and information-sharing critical to officer safety. With Info-Cop, the task force can instantly connect to a communications system that provides officers faster, independent access to critical information from national, state, federal and local crime databases.

The Nighthawk Task Force, funded entirely by a grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration through the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety, has deployed Info-Cop on laptop computers in ten patrol cars. With Info-Cop, officers will have the ability to run multiple plates with one query, gaining instant access to vital information from multiple crime databases.

In addition to serving the Nighthawk Task Force, Info-Cop can become a valuable tool for other law enforcement agencies across the state of Georgia. If other agencies in the state deploy Info-Cop, comprehensive interoperability across agencies becomes a reality. A statewide deployment will allow officers in the field to communicate and share information such as warnings issued, citations and flags in the system in real time.

"We look forward to serving the Georgia State Patrol and their officers with our state-of-the-art mobile communications technology," said Charley Wall, vice president of Info-Cop. "Our unrelenting commitment to customer service and support will be a cornerstone for a solid relationship with the Georgia State Patrol."

Benefits of Info-Cop over competitive offerings include the following:

- Nationwide information sharing.

- Unparalleled customer service and support.

- No codes to remember.

- No formatting required.

- Support for multiple CAD interfaces.

- Parsing and summarizing of response data for quick, on-the-spot assessments.

- Multiple queries with one submission.

As the number of Info-Cop users grows, the system's usefulness increases, because Info-Cop allows all its nationwide users access to an Info-Cop database where users create real-time records for other public safety departments to view. Hundreds of police departments in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Texas and Washington currently use Info-Cop.

Info-Cop's cross-platform functionality is highly adaptable, providing the ability to make a seamless connection to any potential partner department using any IP-based network including conventional radio frequencies and advanced 1XRTT, EVDO, GPRS, EDGE 802.11 and CDPD networks.

About Info-Cop

Info-Cop was created by a team of professionals in 2001 and has been quickly and successfully deployed by hundreds of law enforcement and emergency response agencies.

For more information, visit http://www.info-cop.com or call 303/417-6303.
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