Monthly Archives: July 2012

– 3 Minutes, 38 Seconds

Albuquerque Police DepartmentVisionary. That word surely describes Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz. He’s not a “visionary” Chief with his head in the clouds, but, rather, a Chief who is actually making his vision a reality on the ground in his City today.

I had the chance to hear part of that vision from Chief Schultz at the annual Integrated Justice Information Systems industry summit in Albuquerque on July 27th. The Chief covered a wide variety of topics, but I’m going to highlight just a few which inspired me.

3 minutes, 38 seconds

That’s the amount of time it takes the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) to respond to a priority one call. And that’s also the amount of time the Department has to collect a wide variety of data, analyze it and turn it into the vital pieces of information which the responding officers need to have, literally, at their fingertips.

What is this information?

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