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CMI featured in Dayton Daily News! (Oct 4, 2010)
In the Thursday, September 9th, 2010 edition of the Dayton Daily News, CMI and Englewood PD headlined the "Neightbors" section, in a story that highlighted the CMI Safety Unit, next generation technologies, and efficiencies created at Englewood PD.
Some highlights of the story:
- “We have on our staff first-responders that have a knack and high IQ for technology,” Jordan said. “What we’ve been able to do is program things that are usable in the field, and that’s unique. We don’t have computer programmers that have only academic knowledge of programming and those types of tools. These are people who actually respond to fires, go into burning buildings, respond to medic calls"
At the Englewood police headquarters, Sgt. Michael Lang checks records at a three-screen computer station. He notes the ease at which records can be pulled, and the time saving of not having to fill out duplicate records. “The biggest part is we can quickly get data out of the system,” Lang said. “We estimate with this system, we can save a quarter to a third of an officer’s day (when he used to be looking up records.”
The full story can be found by clicking here.