KFOR: Cleveland County [OK] Sheriff’s Office’s operating system gets upgrade
The Cleveland County Sheriff said his office has upgraded to a more efficient, comprehensive operating system that will enhance law enforcement responses to emergencies throughout the county, including rural areas.
“The Sheriff’s Office needed a database that would be an all-encompassing system. Currently, we are operating out of multiple systems, which means duplicating work and loss of valuable time,” Sheriff Chris Amason said.
The new operating system is from CentralSquare Technologies. It’s designed to provide dispatchers and command staff “seamless communication and real-time connection” amid large call volumes, disasters and highly complex incidents, according to Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office officials.