Law Enforcement Document Scanning

October 14th, 2016 | Posted by Kevin Corley in Document and Information Capture | Document Scanning | Information Management
Law Enforcement Document Scanning

Police departments, sheriffs’ offices, probation offices, states attorneys, and investigative agencies need quick access to information so they can protect society and capture criminals instead of having to search and retrieve paper documents, records and reports as well as legacy microfilm and microfiche. They also want to reclaim space from storerooms filled with paper and want to avoid potential disasters to those records in case of flooding or fire.

Image One works with law enforcement around the country to get rid of the paper with our document scanning service, especially in our home state of Florida including the St. Petersburg Police Department and Lake County Sheriffs Department. We also implement case management software and archive dashboard and body camera video that is more cost effectively than Taser, but let’s start with the biggest headache first…

Get Rid of the Paper

For over 20 years, Image One has helped law enforcement agencies gain control of their data by scanning and creating instant access to all manner of official documents, including:

  • Arrest records
  • Incident/offense reports
  • Accident reports
  • Investigative reports
  • Evidence
  • Citations
  • Warrants
  • Detention records
  • Civil records
  • Invoices
  • Personnel files

All Media Types

Image One can convert all types of paper documents, microfilm, microfiche, and large format documents to PDF or other electronic format. Our experienced staff, using high-speed scanning devices, will assure that your document conversion goes smoothly.

Law Enforcement Impact

Eliminating physical records will not only make document retrieval faster and more efficient, but law enforcement agencies will also save on paper, copiers, printers, and records storage. Fast, searchable access to information can also help law enforcement prepare for court dates and could help identify criminal patterns of behavior.

With the paper out of the way, ask us about our case management and archival video storage solutions.

Contact us to learn more about our law enforcement document and microfilm scanning service

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