It’s the most wonderful time of the year for parents, or is it? The school year has just begun, and as parents drop their children off at school or watch as their bus pulls away, they should be able to feel that their kids will be safe and secure while in the classroom.
CSI Technology Group continues to tackle new challenges and enter new arenas in the public safety sector. We are very pleased to announce that we have developed and are offering for sale our latest product line – InfoFire.
With many questions as yet unanswered, prosecutor’s offices around the state continue to gear up to meet the new requirements of the Criminal Justice Reform Act (N.J.S. 2A:162-15 et seq.), set to go into full force and affect January 1, 2017. Leveraging their InfoShare™ assets to create a collaborative online environment where police and prosecutors share information and documents, prosecutor’s offices are doing what they can to prepare for handling of the most serious offenders within the narrow confines of the new law’s requirements.
No matter what size your town, call CSI and let us show you how to increase services while streamlining resources with InfoTown!
In 1799, President John Adams signed into law Congress’s first act, a Weights and Measures law, and today, the US Department of Commerce estimates that sales of products or services impacted by weights and measures laws in the United States represent approximately 50 percent of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Expedite Services and Increase Communication Between Victim Witness Advocates and Their Clients Using the Best Portal Technology on the Market!
The Supplier Diversity Development Council (SDDC) is a New Jersey-based organization chartered in 1997 that works to foster best practices and build relationships among the BPU, the major utilities and companies doing business in utility-related fields. The SDDC has members from various state agencies, as well as a number of vendors that supply products and services to government agencies across the state at local, county and state levels.
With our expanding customer base and rapidly growing product line, CSI is augmenting our staff so that we are always ready to provide all of our clients with top-notch support. Two of our newest staff members have actually walked many miles in our customers’ shoes, and we would like to introduce you to them!
A shady home improvement contractor in Burlington County, a fraudulent car dealer in Bergen County, a bogus investment fund management company in Hudson County……examples of consumer fraud happen all over New Jersey.
When you get home from work today and you unlock your door with your key, you have used dual authentication. When you go to the ATM to grab some cash before going out to dinner, you will insert your card in the reader and then be required to enter your PIN to get your money. That, too, is an exercise in dual authentication.
By now, government agencies are used to being asked to do more with less, but it sure doesn’t make it any easier to accomplish their missions.
Most serving in law enforcement know how integral the use of confidential sources can be to solve a case. But it often comes with the very necessary task of keeping track of all of the details involved with locating, using and managing them.
CSI recognizes that portals have become one of the hottest new technologies of the Internet era and will likely continue to evolve significantly over the next few years.
This past February, CSI welcomed the Phillipsburg, Pohatcong and Greenwich Township Police Departments to our rapidly growing InfoShare™ family.
“It was difficult to sit through, but you could hear a pin drop in that room,” remarked Chief AnneMarie Ricco of the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management.
As county prosecutors are already aware, New Jersey passed a series of statutory amendments in late 2014 that have collectively become known as Bail Reform.
Are you spending days putting together the AG Quarterly Report of seized property and forfeitures? Can your attorneys easily access the status of a property item and your forfeiture filing?
CSI Technology Group and the Camden County Police Chief’s Association were recently given the honor of addressing the membership of the National Sheriff’s Association at their Legislation and Technology Conference in Washington, DC.
Getting discovery prepared on time for the first appearance, or organizing hundreds of documents from a large investigation and tracking the costs to the defense attorneys is no easy task.
Got acronyms? Of course you do. No doubt we find ourselves amidst a convergence of many technical and law enforcement acronyms, whether in journals, text messages, laws, operating procedures, you name it, everyday.
In January, CSI Technology Group demonstrated our continued commitment to investing in our mission-critical alignment with the advancement of information sharing by attending the Integrated Justice Information Systems (IJIS) Institute National Symposium.