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SaaS at your Service

Everyone has been there. You login to find that reports are missing or you go to submit a report under a deadline and the Records Management System won’t allow the submission. What now? Depending on the severity of the issue, you have few options. You find a way past the problem on your own (we…

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Achieving Compliance with FBI Crime Reporting

At the invitation of the Arizona State Senate Transportation and Technology Committee, Mark43 provided an overview of the FBI’s upcoming transition to the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS), and how it will impact crime reporting technology in state and local law enforcement. Lawmakers and law enforcement alike can benefit from the on-demand recording of…

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How to Achieve NIBRS Compliance Without Disrupting Your Department

In the days of Al Capone and Bonnie and Clyde, the International Association of Chiefs of Police established the first national program for collecting crime statistics – the Summary Reporting System (SRS). SRS was initially based on a subset of seven core crime categories — criminal homicide, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle…

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Patrol: A Police Department’s Best Source of Free Data

As an engineer on the Technical Services team at Mark43, I live and breathe crime data — how it’s stored, managed, and collected. There’s a lot of talk about “big data” in policing, and its potential to help law enforcement predict and solve crime faster. While many departments try to invest in the latest crime…

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Engineers Team Up to Improve Gender Diversity at Mark43 and Beyond

In honor of International Women’s Day, I’m excited to share what Mark43 is doing to improve gender diversity in our engineering team and the tech industry more broadly. U.S. companies struggle with diversity across the board, but technology companies are known for having particularly poor diversity figures. Let’s start with our numbers. These are based…

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