The Law Enforcement Administration Process development has been underway for just over two years. The project started out with a request for a software program that would administer a small municipal court (a “Magistrate” or “Mayor’s” court) in a small Louisiana city. The LEAP project has now expanded to include all phases of law enforcement operations. These processes include:
Entry of Ticket information into processing and tracking system Automation of the Court Docket, Bond/Fine Collection activities Production of Failure to Appear Notices and Bench Warrants Statistical Reports tracking of cases and their disposition “Record Integrity” Changes and corrections must leave an audit trail
Data entry and tracking of all complaints and requests for services and/or assistance Tracking of dispositions of incidents until cleared Entry of all involved parties into the ID system
Automated preparation of documents utilizing data already entered into the system during the Incident process. Tracking of outstanding warrants
Production of court Docket and other related documents Statistical Summaries of Docket entries
Using automation to assist in Booking process by utilizing data that is already in the system from the incident process as opposed to re-entering.
Processing personnel records including background, vacation and sick time, equipment issues, and auto mileage.
Provide capability for system access through internet and wireless mobile networking
Digitizing services to convert paper files into digital images for reduced storage requirements, easier search and access, enhance safekeeping and disaster protection
Utilizing software for identification of potential hazards, checklist instructions on public safety and immediate steps to take prior to arrival of state and federal agencies.
Since the recent storms revealed shortcomings in some of the standby or backup communications capabilities in the public safety sector, LEAP has become involved in consultation and design of some emergency backup communications systems, including;