April 27, 2016
Warren County Regional RMS Expands Members and Data Sharing Capabilities

This past February, CSI welcomed the Phillipsburg, Pohatcong and Greenwich Township Police Departments to our rapidly growing InfoShare™ family. With these additional police departments on board, it now brings the Warren County Chiefs of Police Regional Records Management System (RMS) to a total of eight departments and an RMS user base of over 170 personnel.

These three municipalities are located in the western portion of Warren County, which borders Pennsylvania and covers a total of 27.5 square miles and serving a population of 24,000 residents. The Warren County Regional Records Management System (RMS) has built a tremendous capacity for police information sharing, at both the local level and state level, greatly increasing data access for each of its municipal departments.

Additionally, the Warren County Regional RMS will now also automatically send data to the New Jersey Data Exchange System (NJDEx,) through an interface provided by CSI. NJDEx is a mighty database in the anti-crime and anti-terrorism effort. It is hosted by the NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP), joining with the New Jersey State Police and the Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) in their efforts to provide all NJ police departments with instant information to chase leads and protect citizens. NJDEx is also connected to the FBI’s N-DEx, which joins law enforcement agencies around the country in sharing data.

Warren County RMS’s interface to NJDEx was specifically developed for this project by CSI. It is as part of our on-going commitment to provide data to our law enforcement partners so they can more easily and effectively do their jobs to keep their citizens safe.