Effective, Efficient Systems for the Criminal-Justice Process
The criminal-justice sector—including law-enforcement agencies, the courts, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and corrections departments—requires communications systems that are reliable, cost-effective, and interoperable to enhance public safety, prevent and reduce the dangerous effects of criminal behavior on the community, and prosecute offenders.
From computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems to records management and jail management systems (RMS/JMS), agencies within the criminal-justice sector expect best-of-breed solutions that are effective and efficient, and which help them realize additional value from existing data. The ultimate goal is improving decision-making throughout the entire criminal-justice process.
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Vendor-Neutral Support for Criminal-Justice Agencies
MCP offers services and solutions to support all aspects of the criminal-justice market; in doing so, we apply a holistic, vendor-neutral approach to every aspect of a project. Clients working with MCP can expect:
- End-to-end support to meet project goals, budgets and timelines
- Services and solutions to help agencies realize more value from existing systems and data to support enhanced decision-making
- Effective, integrated information-sharing systems that promote interoperability and improve communications between the public-safety and criminal-justice sectors
- Creative solutions to data-sharing challenges unique to the criminal-justice sector, from law enforcement, to the court system, to corrections
Areas of Expertise
Resources for Criminal Justice Agencies
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